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There’s a very interesting idea behind this brutal-looking Moto Guzzi Le Mans custom, described by builder Davide Caforio as having a ‘false history.’ It’s a tribute to the endurance racers of the 1980s—a bike that the Italian factory might have built if it was competing against the Cooley and Crosby Suzukis, or Wayne Gardner’s Honda. It's one of our Top 5 Moto Guzzi Le Mans picks—see the others at http://www.bikeexif.com/top-5-moto-guzzi-le-mans

There’s a very interesting idea behind this brutal-looking Moto Guzzi Le Mans custom, described by builder Davide Caforio as having a ‘false history.’ It’s a tribute to the endurance racers of the 1980s—a bike that the Italian factory might have built if it was competing against the Cooley and Crosby Suzukis, or Wayne Gardner’s Honda. It's one of our Top 5 Moto Guzzi Le Mans picks—see the others at http://www.bikeexif.com/top-5-moto-guzzi-le-mans

Fallout by William Woods ~ Designed as a tribute to the classic chopper, the “Fallout” by William Woods is a concept motorbike executed with the street-fighter ethos of function over form. Combining a single sided swingarm with a Bimota sourced frame, the futuristic motorcycle creates an exclusive hub-centered steering for a steaming yet smooth ride.

Fallout by William Woods ~ Designed as a tribute to the classic chopper, the “Fallout” by William Woods is a concept motorbike executed with the street-fighter ethos of function over form. Combining a single sided swingarm with a Bimota sourced frame, the futuristic motorcycle creates an exclusive hub-centered steering for a steaming yet smooth ride.

Is brown the new black? This highly-caffeinated café racer built for a coffee company sure looks good. It’s a creative mix of CB250, CB360 and CB400 parts, and it took Christian Schwarzenlander of ExesoR Motorcycles over two years to construct.

Is brown the new black? This highly-caffeinated café racer built for a coffee company sure looks good. It’s a creative mix of CB250, CB360 and CB400 parts, and it took Christian Schwarzenlander of ExesoR Motorcycles over two years to construct.

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