Moto Guzzi LeMans II by Wolf Moto

Feb 23, 2015

Category: Rides

We now take you to the small town of Drummond, a stone’s throw away from the Indian Ocean, on the east coast of South Africa. That’s where custom bike builders Kyle Scott and Chris Clokie, the men behind Wolf Moto, have just debuted their first creation, this 1980 Moto Guzzi LeMans II.

The bike was stripped down completely and given a new engine and a custom-fabricated 316-grade stainless steel exhaust system for starters. Rebuilt forks were lowered by 25mm and fitted with adjustable Ikon shocks, while the front brakes have been treated to Brembo twin pot calipers, and the tires are Bridgestone’s Spitfire 2s. A fresh paint job, LED lighting, and a new gas tank liven up the aesthetics, while the addition of an antigravity Lithium-ion battery and new ignition system bolsters reliability.

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