Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Al'turn'ative Tuesday

note the close proximity of the engine to the front wheel in the photo above....one of the advantages of not using telescopic forks.

The original "Al-turn-ative Tuesday" post started with Norman Hossack. His brilliant work on alternative front suspensions was done in a small shop. This week displays another small garage project done in the Netherlands. It is an ambitious racebike project. Not only have they done their own version of Hossack's front-end, but they converted the Guzzi to chain drive so racetrack setup can be varied from track-to-track....that's right, racing a chain-driven Guzzi with their own front-end. Awesome.

Related: Paul's Fast Guzzi Page


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