Shiro Nakajima is the CEO of a leading Japanese restoration workshop Ritmo Sereno. One of his projects café racer based on the Moto Guzzi, called Ritmo Sereno Guzzi. Several years have passed and Shiro felt it was time to upgrade since it was built. Now, it was decided to get rid of the excess part of the latter on his motorcycle, and he immediately began to look better than ever.
In an effort to bring the ease of motorcycle major changes have occurred in the rear portion thereof. The sub-frame and the wing are gone, replaced by a light seat and tail cowl from AMP Design. Continuing to facilitate total weight was modified fuel tank.
The front fairing has been replaced with the license plate, which also protects the tachometer. Exhaust cone and is now out on both sides of the rear wheel custom bikes. The final touch was the combination of black and cream to paint a motorcycle.
From Nakajima reporting, improved feeling of the motorcycle, it became faster and more rigid, significantly improved control of the bike in the corners. It looks like this is another winner from Ritmo Sereno.