120 deg twin racer from 1933. Bevel drive cams. 30 yrs before Ducati
Findlays racer designed Carcano. Lacked stability round high speed turns because of the dustbin fairng
Dutch bott race bike. Double overhead cam, 4 valve heads, single sided swingarm
Same bike. Close up of 4 valve head.
Same bike. Close up of single sided swingarm.
John Y's lovely 1000cc, 36mm carbed S3 replica (sigh).
Bike started as a LeMans3. England 1998
Motomax performing the ritual before leaving Mario on the sidestand.
Pete R as seen in 1984 outside the Guzzi factory at Mandello on the 'original' Pus Bucket.
John Y shows his serious side at the Grenfell Christmas party.
"You're broken down where? Tee hee!".
Pete can repair almost any bike with this one special tool.
Pete 'hard at work' on his LM2.
Anyone want to buy a 'little-used' uni joint?! This incredible example came out of Roper's LM2.
Rob Johnson's racer resplendant in 'Telaio Rosso' livery at Auto Italia 2002.
Rob, Pete and interested bystander admiring the machine.
A selection of Guzzis that turned up on the day, ranging from Falcone to Daytona.
Rob Johnson (left), next to Pete Roper. Different generations of Guzzi in the foreground (including John Y's Falcone).
Locky and Kim Campbell's lovely.V7 packed for Bathurst in 1987.
Same bike, 14 years later, returning from the 2001 Ruptured budgie.
Two proud owners. Nutters (right) and friend with their well deserved trophies.
A good idea, and a better one. Nutters Mk2, and his mate's Mk1
Bart and his very tasty Mk4 LeMans
Engraved number plate is very classy.
A closer look at the beautiful red thing
Barry's Cali #2
Lawrence's Cali Mexicana aka EV80
Bikers Classic meeting in Francorchamps (Belgium 2008))
Barry's Cali 2
Michael's Le Mans
Facone tipo vecchio (Type old) - German Falcone Club 2007
Phil Brennan's Sport 1100 has a run in with a Black Cockatoo