Last night at a annunci di sesso pisa party at the Ace Hotel.
The 1950s-era canvas bags on the side are meant to be used for longer distances without bogging down the overall look and feel.
"Up front the stock headlight and instrument cluster were replaced with a classic 7-inch teardrop shell that also houses a small speedometer, and the rear sub-frame was modified to accept a compact seat Hammarhead said.He grew up riding dirt bikes.Better place your order now-the man plans to make only five of them.New York, Moto Guzzi and, hammarhead Industries unveiled the latest in a line of Guzzi Originals, a vintage-looking bike called the V7 Wayward cafe racer.A pocketed work shirt he wore underneath had the same stitching as bordello d&d a vintage military top; his water-proof waxed cotton day pack on the couch nearby is perfectly suited for riding without feeling overburdened.When we met he wore a waxed leather welder's jacket that has the patina and fit of something you know will get even better with age (the coat is currently sold out).
In the meantime, check out the other Guzzi Originals models here.
He says he loves riding because it lets him meet interesting people and see new things, which is why he holds launch parties for his bikes at art galleries and trendy New York hotels.That versatile seat, the heads-up positioning of the handlebars, and the lightweight design are well-suited for navigating urban traffic.It's built on the 2010 MG V7 Café Classic platform and part of a slew of new things from Guzzi including the V7 Stone, V7 Racer and Griso 8VSE.He also added performance fork springs, rear shocks and Avon tires.Aesthetic is important for Hammarhead, who isn't exactly what you'd expect as a lifelong dirtbike rider-or as a neuroscientist.James Hammarhead -a professor of Neuropsychology at the, university of Pennsylvania -designed the special-edition motorcycle, which he described as light and fast and simple: an air-cooled V-twin engine updated with a modern electronic fuel injection and electric start.