Bringing out majestic royal custom built motorcycles is nothing new for Axel Budde, the man behind German custom motorcycle garage Kaffeemaschine. The new motorcycle called “Machine 17” is a classy, elegant take on a cafe racer that features custom built and handmade parts from the builder, along with top-of-the-line materials and parts that are available.
The “Machine 17” as the name suggests is Axel’s 17th build that has been ordered by a certain Marcel Hunter of United States. From every visible angle, Mr.Hunter has secured himself a classy piece of motorcycle build that simply is a step above everything else in fit-and-finish. Is is the perfect gentleman’s racer with huge charterer and bucket loads of style.
Weight: 182 kg
Engine: V11 engine, re-worked crank, cam, valves and ported cylinder head.
New oil cooler, new lightweight flywheel and a re-worked clutch. Completely rebuilt transmission.
Chassis: New shocks, upgraded front forks internals
Braking: Brand-new components and stainless steel lines, while retaining the original Le Mans III brake calipers
Carburetor: Twin- 40 mm Dell’Orto with electronic ignition
Instruments: Motogadget Chronoclassic
Control: Modified vintage Magura clip-ons with integrated turn signals and handmade leather grips
Exhaust: Handmade by Kaffeemaschine
Wheels & Tyres: Morad wheels with Bridgestone Battlax tyres.
“Machine 17” Moto Guzzi Le Mans III by Kaffeemaschine