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Wrenchmonkees Moto Guzzi

Moto Guzzi 850T cafe racer by Wrenchmonkees
The latest machine to roll out of the Wrenchmonkees’ Copenhagen workshop is this deliciously dark 1974 850T. The look is roughed-up café racer, with deep green paint and matt black detailing by artist Cay Brøndum. The tank is an aluminum racing item from WBO, the rearsets are from Tarozzi, and the shocks are Bitubo. The usual Wrenchmonkees attention to detail is present, with re-routed and well-hidden cabling. Even the bars look clean: when the new Brembo master cylinder with integrated reservoir is fitted, the bike will be complete. See more pictures on the WM blog—or check out our coverage of other motorcycles given the Wrenchmonkees treatment, including a Triumph T120, a Honda CB750 and a BMW R80.

  • i love this bike! it has to be one of the best looking early guzzi’s around, simple, clean, straightforward, and uncomfortable haha what i wouldn’t do to have one!

  • rob

    anyone know where the battery might be?

  • mingh

    Beauty! If the rims were black it would not be unfamiliar to Deus’ Grievous Angel.

  • the battery is in a box suspended beneath the transmission

  • Boehler

    Does anyone know how the gashandle works?

  • PB