2001 Husqvarna 570 by Moto Mucci

Jun 22, 2017

Category: Rides

Years ago David Mucci realized his current career path wasn’t for him. So after some self-discovery, he packed up shop and concentrated his efforts on motorcycle design – eventually starting Moto Mucci, a Portland, OR-based workshop and motorcycle design house pumping out finished projects like this custom Husqvarna 570 dual-sport.

Beautiful in both style and mechanics, this self-prescribed wheelie machine is a lightweight and nimble ride positioned for carving deep canyons and blazing the off-road trails of the Pacific Northwest. For Dave, the Husq 55hp water cooled motor was enough to work with but he knew there was something that needed to be done about the stock looks of the thing. From here, he lowered the bike about 4 inches and loaded it with custom springs, put together a custom subframe, replaced the stock tank with that from a 1973 Husqvarna CR360, and fitted a pair of 17” SM450R wheels wrapped in Shinko 705 tires to the dual-sport. The bike now also boasts a Mishimoto unit in the front for the radiators complete with a stainless guard and two LED lights making the bike look like a futuristic scrambler from another planet. Best news of all? He’s now taking requests for custom builds.

Learn More: Here

More From Rides

Featured Image

Pagani Unleashes Its Most Powerful V12 Ever With The Track-Bred 827HP Imola

The elite Italian outfit rolls out its most potent V12 hypercar ever.

Posted By

Feb 19, 2020

Featured Image

Hennessey’s Goliath Is A Hulking 700HP Supercharged GMC Sierra Pickup

Complete with sinister luxury styling and an off-road upgrade kit.

Posted By

Feb 19, 2020

Featured Image

Lazareth Is Putting Their 4-Wheeled LM 410 High-Powered Moto Into Production

Only 10 of the Yamaha R1-powered bikes will be released.

Posted By

Feb 19, 2020

Featured Image

Czinger’s Carbon Fiber 1,233HP Hybrid Hypercar Hits 60MPH In 1.8 Seconds

Another exceptional performance vehicle in an increasingly-crowded gallery.

Posted By

Feb 18, 2020

Featured Image

Pursang Is Being Revived Through These Fully-Electric Tracker Motorcycles

Four decades after Bultaco closed its doors, the Pursang name rises again.

Posted By

Feb 19, 2020