’94 Moto Guzzi V65 with 52 HP. After few test rides we decided to build this motorcycle in real cafe racer style. Bike supposed to be glued down to the road so we decided to lower the suspension and apply new, 6cm shorter and stiffer rear shocks, 10cm shorter springs in the front. That gave our machine a unique look and style. Original wheels have been replaced with 18″ from Moto Guzzi V75 Police edition. This solution gave us bigger range of tires to choose from and which have the best performance, even in the sharpest turns. We end up with Avon AM26 Roadrider 110 / 90-18 tires in the front and 120 / 90-18 in the back. Frame has been choped to fit cafe racer duck tail. Seat designed by us is made from orange waterproof synthetic material. New stainlees steel braided lines where used for the better braking. In Brembo calipers we changed brake pads to more efficient and changed brake fluid. Calipers were painted red to give a bit of character to our machine. Engine was painted with VHT structural paint that is resistant to high temperature. We replaced oil and filter, changed spark plug caps with terminals for NGK as well as spark plugs from the same company. After cleaning carburetors we changed the jets to bigger ones and installed the pod filters so that Guzzi properly responses to the throttle. Fuel tank has been painted in glossy black with an orange stripe and finished with VG logotype. Clip-on handlebars made by Ventus Garage by our own design gave the bike a classic cafe racer look. By this treatment rider has a comfortable position behind the bars and perfect feel of it thanks to Biltwell Kung Fu Natural grips. Exhaust system ends with no baffle mufflers which gives an unearthly sound of V twin engine. Lighting contains black Classic Bates 5 3/4 inch headlight, black old school taillight and turn signals in the handlebars. Whole electrical installation with gel accumulator has been hidden in the duck tail.