The Moto Guzzi V7 is one of the bike that still look like a true retro bike with the big engine that give the bike a bulky stance, but what if you add a custom kit to make it more slick, more desirable, and better choice than a Café racer variant for the V7, Franco Penelope from Italy (after all it’s an Italian affaire) has developed a café racer kit (concept of course or CGI to be more precise) which give the Moto Guzzi V7 SABRE(the concept name) a new stance, and it is much desirable than the standard V7.
In MotorcycleRaw office we just love custom bikes, because it just show up the real potential of the bike, sometime we features old bike with a lot of modern component, sometime we features old bike with old design, sometime we just highlight pure concept bike, like this Kawasaki W800 café racer designed by Emre K Sagiroglu. This
We are heading toward the 2015 EICMA, and a lot of spy shot and rumors are in every corners on the internet, but there is one manufacturer who is really active in this moment: Ducati, for today we will not talk about teaser or rumors or something like that, we decided to show you what could be a Ducati in the artistic way, so as usual we pick one of favorite designer Tamás Jakus, the owner of Jakusa design take the Ducati Scrambler in the café racer territory, so let take a look on it.
We have some sketches from Slavomir Ozanik(Bratislava, Slovakia) about an old motorcycle brand, “Jawa”, however the sketches are treating one model: the iconic Jawa 350(634), which was transformed to be a café racer.
Italian motorcycle designer or customs builder are among the best in the world, if not the best, especially in term of design and fresh idea, the proof is in front of you screen: the Ducati “Sbranbler”.