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Monty by XTR Pepo

Monty by XTR Pepo

The "Monty" is the latest build from XTR Pepo, and as you can tell from the styling, this is the work of the same mind that brought us the Radical Ducati. Pepo has since branched out from Ducatis though, taking on other brands, so it shouldn't surprise us that the Monty started life as a 1978...

Published on June 24 2015, 19:59
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

If you are a Ducati lover and one who loves modern technology amalgamated with old and classy race bikes then be ready to drool. XTR Pepo brings to you the ultimate beast, the PANTAH. The PANTAH is a tribute to the Ducati PANTAH 1978. This classy bike has body work/ front bracket/ lights and... 

What happens when you take the unassuming French-built MASH 500 and give it the same Spanish treatment that brought us the Radical Ducati brand? Something certainly a lot less bland than the budget-friendly standard, that's for sure. Radical Ducati's Pepo has a new company, XTR Pepo, and he has... 

If there's one builder who perfectly blends race track styling into his road going motorcycles it's Pepo Rosell of XTR Pepo. However, to assume these street bikes are all show and no go would be a huge mistake. Pepo's work is backed by years of experience and his knowledge of motorcycles is... 

What's in a name? Traditionally names given to motorcycles by their manufacturers reflect a bike's character, but Suzuki's aggressively named Bandit missed the mark. Sure it sold well, but its performance was tuned for everyday rideability rather than unlawful behaviour. The inappropriateness of... 

Imagine this scenario: A bike magazine hands you a box fresh 1978 BMW R100RS and the concept rendering for a fantastic, space-age machine. They place at your disposal a shedload of the finest components from sponsors like Hagon, Akrapovic, Rizoma and Pirelli; along with a sleek timepiece from...