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Officine Rossopuro Ipothesys, the Custom Moto Guzzi Griso

The Moto Guzzi Griso is already a beastly bike with a ton of character. However, it can still be improved and that's what Officine Rossopuro and Filippo Barbacane (the man behind the brand) thought, as well. And improve the Griso they did...
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The 2011 Griso 8V got its tail reworked on: the new one is lighter and has an extremely smooth, flowing line, while the integrated tail light adds just the right amount of aggressivity. The body parts are made in fiberglass and have a quick-change design.

The Ipothesys has also received a top-drawer pearlescent paint job in silver and dark red with black pinstripes. Other red accents, such as the tubes of the RAC 50 Marzocchi fork add further refinement to Barbacane's build.

On the tech side, this Guzzi received a set of magnesium Marchesini rims, Brembo Gold radial calipers, a Bitubo 4R rear monoshock and CNC machined footrests. The Ipothesys now breathes in through a single BMC conical air filter and breathes out via a set of dual slash cut pipes with menacing, racing looks.

Carbon fiber fenders are the last detail which complete the attire of the Ipothesys, an extremely cool modern take on the retro cafe-racer theme. Oh, and it's already sold, sorry.
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