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Retro-Futuristic Design Meets Modern Engineering

In 2019, the acclaimed Spanish customizer XTR Pepo unveiled a breathtaking build, the MONZA, based on a 2009 Moto Morini Corsaro Veloce 1200. Reflecting on this masterpiece, we see the hallmarks of XTR Pepo’s exceptional craftsmanship and design philosophy.

The MONZA showcases custom components like SP aluminum CNC-machined triple clamps and adjustable FG Racing clip-ons. Enhanced with Frentubo brake and clutch lines, the bike promises stellar performance.

Its front end, featuring a modified Suzuki RGV 250 fairing and a bespoke RC Racing water radiator, exudes aggression. The handcrafted XTR metal fuel tank and solo seat, mounted on a new rear subframe, highlight the bike’s streamlined silhouette.

Performance-wise, MONZA’s OEM head exhaust system, coupled with a Wolfman 2-in-1 tube and Spark megaphone silencer, ensures it sounds as good as it looks.

Pintumoto’s paintwork and Dante’s stickers complete this visual feast, reflecting XTR Pepo’s dedication to form and function.

Though not their latest, MONZA remains a testament to XTR Pepo’s skill in creating timeless custom motorcycles. For more of XTR Pepo’s incredible work, check out our previous features on the Ducati Monster 821 Pantah and the Custom Monster 1200S Siluro.

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Photography above: Marc Holstein | Studio photography: Sergio Cardeña Diaz