Moto Guzzi TTre Rossopuro by Filippo Barbacane
The TTre in the bike’s designation is a reference to Guzzi’s classic T3 nomenclature and the Isle of Man TT. As an SP, this is one of the last Guzzis to use the Tonti frame. Initially, the bike also featured a large windshield and a lower fairing, with cutouts for the V-twin cylinders.
Barbacane needed about four and a half months to complete the bike, which is finished in brown and cream paint applied by Carrozzeria Melideo. The 45 mm handlebars are adjustable, and the cone-shaped exhaust comes from Megaton.
According to twowheelsblog.com, the front fork measures 45 mm and is from Marzocchi, while the rear suspension is made from two Asatek springs. The tubeless wheels measure 17-inches and the brakes are from the Brembo Serie Oro range with twin, 320 mm discs. The small saddle is completely handmade, as is the rear fender.
In addition to that, the foot controls, instruments, and even the license plates are custom made by Officine Rosspuro.
The SP as a sports-touring model dates back to 1978. The V-Twin in the SP is 948.8cc. Bore is 88mm, stroke is 78mm. Cylinders are angled 90 degrees apart, sticking out to the sides of the motorcycle.
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