No matter how big manufacturers are trying, they can not cope the imagination of the true masters for custom-made machines, and today’s story confirms that.
Just look what the London Workshop Death Machines did with the Moto Guzzi LeMans Mk2 motorcycle from 1983, discovered on one estate in Italy. It’s hard to see something like that.
It is named Airforce, in honor of Giovanni Ravelli, aviation pioneer, motor racing driver and founder of Moto Guzzi, born in 1887.
The aluminum body is handmade, and it looks sharp enough to shave with it.
As stated by the people from this workshop, every decision at work began with the question of what Giovanni would do.
“Giovanni Raveli was so quick that he was called” the Italian devil. “We hope that our work is worthy of his name. We wanted to honor one such a great man and I believe that we succeeded in that.”