Axel Budde from Hamburg/Germany sent me another superb Guzzi. The “Kaffeemaschine” (coffee machine) company is
building unique cafe racers and bespoke bikes, based on the classic Guzzi V2-engine and frame.
The racer was built for an English customer – John Purser (JP).
The donor bike was his old T3 California. The wasted fat lady was reborn as a skinny supermodel (180kg dryweight) – only the frame lost 3kg of needless metal.
The engine was modified to LM 850 specs, ALL components on the bike are handcrafted. I even modified the few aftermarket parts, to match the optics.
Shocks are Ikon, fork is of a Le Mans 3 with new tubes and FAC dampers, minimal electrical system including a Motogadget instrument, electronic ignition and Dyna coils.
Axel from Hamburg (Germany) sent me this bike to publish on our blog.
He’s building Guzzis since 14 years, specialized in modifying Le Mans models for street and track.
Thanks for the link and looking forward to hearing from you soon.