The Zaeta with a Confederate Hellcat and Wraith
The basis is a J&M frame. More details to follow.
Graziano can really ride. No surprises, having won 250 GPs. And he loves to ride.
Graziano's steel toe caps. The concept is to slide left and right, hence two steel shoes. But Graziano trails his foot, not a lot of good if the front goes. Also, it's not pure dirt track, it has a front brake too. I didn't even think about using it.
Rally car helmet and 3M safety goggles.
The Giavera track building
Sideburn fan Peter from Hungary (in Rossi lid) waits his turn to test the bike.
I had 24 hours in Treviso, Italy late last week and had an amazing time, visting places and having a test ride on the Ouroboros Zaeta project - more details soon. Huge thanks to Alberto Narduzzi, Raffaele P, Marco, Paulo and all involved with the Ouroboros Zaeta project. I'll keep feeding stuff up from the flying visit over the next few days. GI
GI and GR