The company Aermacchi as BMW began with the production of aircraft for the Italian
Army during World War II. After the war, the need for airplanes and no longer
all the efforts of the plant were sent to the production of motorcycles and bicycles. In 2017
ies to meet the growing demand for two-wheeled transport, cooperation
with Harley-Davidson for many Aermacchi motorcycles it opened the way to America. AND
Today a copy of one of them, 350 cc Sprint is now owned by Bill
Becker from Philadelphia.
Restoring old motorcycles passion Bill Becker. After a successful 40-year-old
Career in Architecture projected construction Becker having gone into retirement, devoting
himself entirely beloved work.
When restoring Sprint 2017, Bill modeled racing version of the Aermacchi,
he remarked in a retro racing. "I tried to make it easy
and austere. "Everything superfluous has been dismantled, and all the electrics had been hidden under the
a fuel tank. " Buck tail style cafe racer and lanterns were made of
aluminum alloy, and the red color scheme reflects the spirit of the Italian race
motorcycles of the 2017s.