KaffeeMaschine is a cafe racer garage run by talented bike builder, Axel Budde based out of Hamburg. This classic and elegant beauty Maschine 5 was built for Axel’s customer Thomas Gruner. This particular bike started life as a parts-bin-special ’89 Moto Guzzi Le Mans 4.
The engine and transmission got a total revision and now have brand new stock Le Mans 1000 specs (950cc, 81hp). Going down from the original weight of 240kg, Axel Budde managed to cut off 57kg of excess weight in order to create one of the most composed cafe racers in the long while. The modified fork is off a California with special stainless steel discs. The exhaust is Lafranconi, shocks are Ikon, and the rev counter is from MMB. Check out!