Moto Guzzi California by Venier Customs

Sep 30, 2015

Category: Rides

It’s hard to be impressed by a 700 pound hunk of metal, but sometimes a motorcycle’s design is just too impressive-looking to pass up. Take the Moto Guzzi California by Brooklyn’s Venier Customs, it’s a curvaceous take on standard cruiser.

This highly modified California Guzzi has bodywork that is almost entirely hand-made, including the tank, fenders, side covers and seat. It has a new headlight bucket with the stock light and speedo. The tail light has been upgraded to LED and integrated into the seat, with the rear turn signals embedded in the frame rails. The majority of the running gear, however, has been basically left untouched, excluding an engine re-tune, of course. Although it’s a colorless venture, this Guzzi is one that deserves your eyes.

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