Seeing this custom Moto Guzzi V35 Imola in 2017, the first thought was that it is a new creation studio of Officine Rossopuro , which are so fond of Guzi . But forced to admit his mistake, the author of this "miracle" has become a graphic designer and photographer working in the advertising industry by Marco Matteucci (Marco Matteucci). And who would have thought that a man who oils the never changed, could one month collect custom, able to compete with the already well-established shops.
Working on the main profession, Marco never stopped thinking about the construction of their own custom bikes, and when he turned up the opportunity to purchase four motorcycles Moto Guzzi, he did not hesitate, took all four. Today's Black Boot V35 Imola is the first of four bikes.
Work on custom bikes, as befits a real professional was launched with the full dismantling of the motorcycle and motor recovery, then was laid new wiring, replacing the drain for the dashboard, turn signals, brake lights and front. The seat was carried out by hand from the English leather with integrated stop signal in it. Next it was set at half-mast and a new steering wheel, and for good adhesion to daroga freshly painted rims were shod with tires Dunlop K82.
I am a designer Marco paid great attention to small details that complement the new style of the Moto Guzzi , for example: grips, support and straps that are battery mount are selected in a single tone with a seat. The fuel tank was painted matt black textured paint with a low reflectivity of light, and they made two eagles on the sides of the tank and the logo, located on the tank cover.
Very impressive work, is not it, but it's only a first draft and the fact that he stayed three pristine motorcycle, I would like to see that Marco would do the following.