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Motardone Officine Rossopuro Will Blow You Away

If anything, Officine Rossopuro is a nice synonym for "OMG, are these beauties for real?" and Motardone is just the right bike for explaining how things work when high-tech bike engineering and breathtaking custom creativity are mixed together.
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The name Motardone is a bit of a word game: it can stand for 'Motard One' or for a loving augmentative way to show love and affection for such and exquisite motard... because yes, we love it, too.

The Motardone Officine Rossopuro is based on a 2011 Moto Guzzi Stelvio but there's rather few things left in their original attire. For starters, the Motardone has a completely different tail, with a custom subframe painted in bright orange, a wonderful match for the Marchesini rims.

Since the rear half of the Stelvio was changed, Filippo Barbacane (Officine Rossopuro builder extraordinaire) also went for a ton of CNC parts specifically designed and crafted for this machine, and an ExtremeTech rear monoshock replaced the stock suspension.

New bodyparts in fiberglass and an impeccable paint job gave the Motardone Officine Rossopuro a noble, stellar attire, as well.

On the tech side, Millepercento was in charge of taking the Moto Guzzi Stelvio to the next level: an Air One fuel system was fitted to the Big Bore 1400 kit, and together with the 2-into-1 exhaust, the power reached 140HP, now tamed by radial Brembo brakes.

The Motardone is for sale, so if a killer motard is what you're after, dropping a line to Officine Rossopuro is the way to go.

 
 
 
 
 

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