The German company Kedo, is a leading specialist in the European market for motorcycles Yamaha SR500 in the person of Daniel Dorittsa, addressed to no less well-known specialist on bikes Moto Guzzi Axel Budd from the workshop Kaffeemaschine , so he created a custom, but withdrew them from their principles and I took as a basis SR500 .
Axel, who according to his work, is in favor of a minimalist, decided to create a well-functioning and of the past all the possible conversion of its 35-year history of the motorcycle – a cafe racer style late seventies.
The first thing that has been made is the new aluminum fuel tank and seat, passing in the wasp tail cafe racer. This was followed by a modification of the frame under the new details. All the basic elements of the bike were replaced manually created in the studio counterparts.
As a result, the motorcycle dropped in weight to 130 kilos, and power up to 40 hp, ensuring rider maneuverability and a lot of fun to travel at this cafe racer that Axel Budd dubbed as the «Mezzomille» literally "thousands of sex ". The time spent on assembly and production of details, in general, is 350 hours.