Sunday, 30 January 2011

Verona Expo snaps part 6

Evel Knievel's XR750, note the scaffold tube foot-rest.
On the other end of the scales, Jacapo Monti's new line in carbonfibre sprockets. The current prototype only lasts for 3 hours but a new diamond toothed version should last 5.
And 6' 3" aboard Alberto Narduzzi's flat tracker; just to show that even though there is big air above the engine ie. it's a little high for a race bike, it doesn't look daft (apart from the fact that I'm sitting on it). BP

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It looks like a wheelie machine with you on it, Ben!

/Marcus_of_MarcusMotoDesign

Anonymous said...

It looks like a wheelie machine with you on it, Ben!

/Marcus_of_MarcusMotoDesign

Anonymous said...

No, I don't stutter. Just a word verification issue... :-) /Marcus

stevie coles said...

i like to think jacapo gained insparation for his carbon beauty, from my wrought iorn pig!!!.
they're both black anyway!!!...