The Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport is one of those wonderful motorcycles that suffers from one major problem – it’s a little on the porky side. With a wet weight well into the 500 lb range the Guzzi was challenging to ride, although those who have mastered it tend to consider it one of the best handling of the heavier sport bikes of the 1990s. The guys at Moto Studio customised one that was sitting in their shop with a strong focus on dropping its excessive weight while improving the handling. Modifications include a new aluminium subframe, custom fibre replacements for the fuel tank, cowling, fenders and exhausts, a new front suspension and new custom loom. The completed bike is over 100 lbs lighter than the stock model and it’s an utterly spellbinding example of a modern cafe racer.
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