Summon a Moto Guzzi into your mind and you tend to think of a large motorcycle with even bigger cylinders hanging out the side and something that’s carrying a bit of weight. So while they’ve played with small bikes and mopeds in the past, they have at their heart a big bike philosophy, hell they even built a V8 engine to go Grand Prix racing. But in amongst the bruisers have been some lightweight machines that deserve our attention, even more so when the JM Customs team from Scotland have waved their magic wand over one. Their latest build is this gorgeous 1984 Moto Guzzi V65 SP scrambler that is ready to rip it up on the Irish back roads.
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Written by Martin Hodgson
With the Northern Hemisphere riding season now upon us, builders in the top half of the globe are unveiling their latest creations. Those looking to make the most of the summer sun and the conditions that surround them will surely have spent the winter producing just the right bike. Enter Scotland’s JM Customs who’s hit the brief out of the park with a stunning Moto Guzzi Scrambler. From the bones of a 1986 V65 Florida ‘The Flying Scotsman’ is ready to shred the streets.
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