If we talk about custom bikes, cars or any form of an object, it is usually to satisfy one’s craving for owning. The beauty of Café Racers lies on the uniqueness of the built, it is one of a kind, a unicorn to most. So when two ladies from the motorcycle world bolted together to build a bike that is destined for charity, you know it is a trifecta of wins.
The ladies in question are Sofi Tsingos (GT-Moto) and Alicia Elfving (MotoLady), who collaborated under the name ‘GT-Moto Lady’. These two set their eyes on a 2014 MV Agusta Brutale 800, a bike that has a considerable presence as their base.
But like any custom machines, heavily modified bikes need some expertise to maintain it so they decided to modify the silhouette and leave the mechanics intact.
“The bike is an amazing machine to begin with, and we didn’t want the winner of the raffle to deal with ‘custom bike pains’ from heavy modifications.”
For a chance to win this bike, go to this link. It will be raffled 14th May 2017.
St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital is chosen as the beneficiary of this charity due to its active cancer research facility.
For full info on the built, visit BikeExif.