Italian custom bike shop Ruote Fiere put together the Bazooka 110 Le Mans R and have struck on a design that’s worthy of the famous race’s name. The base bike, a 1983 Moto Guzzi Le Mans Mk3, was found in northern Italy where an attempt at customization was made in the 1990s. Fortunately, Ruote Fiere still saw the potential in the bike, despite the previous work that had been done to it. Of course, it’s not hard to see potential in Moto Guzzi bikes, something many customizers can attest to. The transverse v-twin engines and shaft drive make these bikes hard to pass up.
Ruote Fiere started by modifying the frame so that the engine could be mounted from above. They also redid all the electronics and the ignition, as well as new twin light fairing. The tank and seat were combined into a single piece, which helped to maintain the bike’s original Moto Guzzi lines. Ruote Fiere then dressed the bike in a simple black and white color scheme, which helps to reinforce the appropriateness of the name.