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One very lucky nephew receives a pony for Christmas…of the Moto Guzzi breed!

Chus Valencia is the founder of the workshop Kacerwagen, located on Spain’s southern coast. Their motto is simple:

“Tu sueñas… Nosotros creamos.”

“You dream… We create.”

We don’t know if Chus’s 4 year old nephew, Luca, ever dreamed of such an incredible gift, but what a Christmas pony he received. Below, we get thef full story on on this incredible kid’s flat tracker.

Moto Guzzi Flat Tracker:  In the Builder’s Words

(Translated from the original Spanish.)

A small Guzzi Pony lying in a shed happened to cross my life. It was seeing her and having a crush. It was just the bike I needed for the new project I had in mind for the gift of kings [Christmas gift] for someone very special, my nephew Luca.

I reached an economic agreement with its owner and took it home. The first thing was a complete disassembly. The chassis was sandblasted and left in bare metal, as well as all its components.

On the other hand I was clear about the concept I wanted to create, a “Dirt Tracker.” I started by looking for an engine, since I did not have it, I opted for a Franco Morini S6.

The subframe was made again by removing the double shock absorber and installing a swingarm with cantilever and mono shock absorber.

The tank was cut in half and reduced in size. The colín is made of totally handmade sheet metal.

The viscolastic seat and upholstered in alcantara leather.

The handlebar is from an old torch Derbi.

The front breastplate and the fender are of the same piece and built in sheet metal.

The tires I opted for a mixed Mitas.

The painting of the bodywork was painted in red with pearly white side numbers with an anthracite thread.

The exhaust pipe is an Arrow of a modified and adapted scooter. And this has been the result.


The Original Spanish…

Una pequeña Guzzi Pony tirada en un cobertizo que por casualidad se cruzó en mi vida. Fue verla y tener un flechazo.
Era justo la moto que necesitaba para el nuevo proyecto que tenia en mente para el regalo de reyes de alguien muy especial, mi sobrino “Luca”.
Llegue a un acuerdo económico con su propietario y me la lleve a casa.
Lo primero fue un desmontaje completo.
El chasis fue arenado y dejado en metal vivo, así como todos sus componentes.
Por otro lado tenia claro el concepto que quería crear, un `Dirtrack ́.
Comencé por buscar un motor, dado que no tenia, me decanté por un `Franco Morini S6 ́.
El subchasis fue hecho de nuevo eliminado el doble amortiguador e instalando un basculante con cantilever y mono amortiguador.
El deposito fue cortado por la mitad y reducido de tamaño.
El colín está fabricado en chapa totalmente artesanal.
El asiento viscolastico y tapizado en piel alcantara.
El manillar es de una vieja derbi antorcha.
El peto delantero y el guardabarros son de un misma pieza y construidas en chapa.
Los neumáticos me decanté por unos Mitas mixtos.
La pintura de la carrocería se pintó en rojo con unos porta números laterales blancos perlados con un fileteado antracita.
El tubo de escape es un Arrow de una scooter modificado y adaptado.
Y este ha sido el resultado.

Photography Credit

Abel Rodriguez of Nfoco DigitalFacebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Twitter | Web

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One Comment

  1. I dig it, I really like it but the dad in my thinks a 2t, even a small one would damage little ears running straight out the stinger. The pipe in general is pretty poor considering the time and effort in the rest of the bike. But as stated, I really like the rest and think it is awesome getting kids into 2 strokes instead of a boring 4 stroke.

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