A Custom Moto Guzzi Nevada 750 By Recast Moto

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Belarus-based Recast Moto aims to build bikes which celebrate classic design and the spirit of motorcycle riding. This gorgeous build illustrates the workshop’s mission beautifully. Starting with a Moto Guzzi Nevada 750 bike from 1999, the workshop created a classic-style scrambler full of character. The team de-tabbed the frame and modified the rear section for the new shocks, while also adding a pair of footrests for a passenger along with fasteners sourced from a Moto Guzzi V35.

The front features shortened original shocks, custom mounts for the carburetors, and a T&T speedometer. A gas tank from a Honda CB750 accentuates the bike’s elegant lines. The bike now boasts 18’’ spoked rims and Heidenau K60 120/90S tires. The distinctive grips come from a snowmobile, with their honeycomb shapes also found as a stylized pattern on the new leather seat. Black paint and brass details as well as a sleek logo complete the build. Photographs© Recast Moto.

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