Germany’s Kaffeemaschine are becoming well-known for their flawlessly executed Moto Guzzi’s. Their style is unique, clean, and infused with a cool, 70’s race bike appeal — all features you can admire in their latest build, the KM22.

Starting with a cleaned and modified 1974 850T model frame, this sweet ride features a blacked out engine that’s been borrowed from a Le Mans Mk IV and upgraded to produce a solid 97 horsepower. Fully adjustable forks from a Yamaha R6 provide a tight suspension, while a couple of modified Le Mans Mk V rims add even more vintage flair to this sleek cafe racer. Other bits include the carbon fiber body, a custom seat and tail unit with integrated LED rear light, Kaffeemaschine stainless exhaust, Magni-style tank, Le Mans 1 fairing, and a minimal Motogadget instrument up front.

Finished with a sharp Porsche Lava Orange graphic paint scheme, this vintage race bike is said to perform brilliantly on both the road and track.

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