Last year we saw an incredibly beautiful cafe racer Moto Morini K2, built by David from the studio ” Ad Hoc Cafe Racers “. Since then, the Spanish customizer had to alter a few motorcycles. The latest project is called the Spanish master Poptah and is based on the Cagiva Alazzurra 350.
The original bike Cagiva Alazzurra 350 was manufactured in the mid-80s and was a kind of tourist version of the Ducati Pantah. The bike was equipped with a 650-cc engine V2 with a 90-degree angle between the cylinder and the tubular chassis. By their nature, Alazzurra model 350 was actually a motorcycle Ducati, but under the Cagiva brand to start David took off and dismantled the engine cowling to get to the frame and to work with her. He redistribution frame and set a new tail. At the same time the engine has undergone major overhaul with replacement of many parts. The frame and swingarm Powder repainted in white. Many of the components and parts (seat, mirror, muffler) David found in his studio, so this project has turned out almost low-cost.
Other details of Cagiva Alazzurra 350:
Wheel morini, painted black
Engine, fork and exhaust also repainted
Fuel tank made of fiberglass, the work of Italian masters EuroPlast