” There are three brands I always associate with the glory days of motorcycling in the 1970s: Honda, Triumph and Moto Guzzi. Four decades on, their bikes still have an enduring appeal for custom builders.
Honda may have lost its way in the charisma stakes of late, but Moto Guzzi still has a hotline to its past in the shape of the new V7 and California models. Adding fuel to the fire is a steady stream of high-profile customs: there’s Officine Rossopuro and Venier in Italy, Revival Cycles from the USA and Kaffeemaschine in Germany. ”
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