"The Tonti bike is a 1975 850t chosen specifically because it was the only Guzzi that came with the twin-leading rear drum brake....which made it the least desirable model at the time it was made, but the best for the parts stash I had in the shop to build what is ostensibly my personal dream bike,"said Alan Stulberg of Revival Cycles.
Huge thanks to Revival Cycles for creating such beautiful bikes and representing the essence of Moto Guzzi so well.
Watch a video of The One Motorcycle Show here.
Last weekend, Thor Drake of See See Motorcycles brought The One Motorcycle Show to Austin, TX, to celebrate motorcycles, art, music, and design. During the 3-day event, the show had a myriad of bikes showcased along with the '21 Helmets Exhibit.'
"Revival Cycles" of Austin, Texas was the hosting shop that put on the show and designed two bikes, a 1975 850t and a 2010 V7 Classic. "However you look at this pair, as either similar or very different, I think the time and grueling hours we spent transforming them was worth it and completing them simultaneously proved to be our biggest challenge yet and I'm pleased to say that we pulled it off. We are all excited about the One Motorcycle Show Austin, but we're even more excited to have finished these in time for the show." said Alan Stulberg of Revival Cycles.
A few of the highlights at the show was the Moto Guzzi V7 Wayward bike which was designed in collaboration with James Hammarhead of Hammarhead Industries, and a beautiful Moto Guzzi V7 Stone designed by Moto Guzzi Austin/AF1 Racing.
For more photos visit the Moto Guzzi Americas Facebook page.