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21 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
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15 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
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Not Art: Considering the Café Racer Craze

Not Art: Considering the Café Racer Craze

There's a small, circular sticker on the gas tank of my 1972 Moto Guzzi V7 Sport, right in the center where I can always see it, that reads: "NOT ART." I ordered it out of the Aerostich catalog many, many years ago. At the time, it was an adhesive-backed response to the seminal "Art of the...

Published on February 12 2013, 21:02
Source: blogs.motorcyclistonline.com
 

boast a 12% bump in horsepower and 10% better mileage than last year's models due to a thoroughly reworked 744cc small-block Guzzi V-Twin. Still, despite its show-stopping looks and retro heritage, the café-inspired Racer is ultimately a niche bike that should be admired for its presentation... 

Photos: Thomas Kinzer, Johnny DeVilla & Heidi Zumbrun Yes, the café racer craze may either be getting pretty tired or have completely jumped the shark, depending on who you talk to or your point of view. But there's a group of friends who have been getting together for a big Mods vs. Rockers... 

We don't need yet another class in the resurgence of café bike culture, do we? Nah. The evidence is there on the street: at every bike night and every rally, on boardwalks and boulevards from Santa Monica to Manhattan. Whether it's a restored CB, a classic BSA or even a stripped-down Sportster,... 

"Moto Guzzi isn't about getting there the fastest," explains Melissa MacCaull, Vice President of Piaggio Group Americas, the U.S. distributor of Moto Guzzi motorcycles. "It's about enjoying the ride, and getting back to what true motorcycling is really about. Moto Guzzi is approachable, it's... 

The Vintagent Press Release: Lucky number 13 for the annual "Motorcycles as Art" exhibition at the legendary Buffalo Chip during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally this summer is titled "Ton Up! – Speed, Style and Cafe Racer Culture," focusing on the origins and continued popularity of the Café Racer... 

Last time we featured the Portugese workshop Tricana motorcycles they had just completed their first Moto Guzzi Cafe Racer build. Today I'm visiting Jonathan's workshop again to reveal his latest Moto Guzzi based Cafe Racer build the "Mondego", named after the river that runs through his... 

For the second year in a row, Moto Guzzi Italia are hosting their 'Lord of the Bikes' series. The series sees a handful of Italy's top custom motorcycle builders to go head to head in an elimination-style build off using motorcycles from the Moto Guzzi range. It's a competition that welcomes...