A hometown favorite, a custom from Moto-Mucci caught our eye at this year’s One Motorcycle Show in Portland, and we thought you would like it too, so we snapped some photos of it.
The build starts off with a KTM 300 XC-W Six Days two-stroke dirt bike, and goes further by turning it into a rather fetching street tracker model.
The bodywork comes from aluminum, and it looks rather fetching around the sides, where it helps pull air through the radiators. The headlight is of note as well, where the housing is made from plastic using an additive manufacturing technique.
The rear subframe is also of note, and houses a custom-built tail light, which was machined from a block of clear polycarbonate and uses LEDs for illumination.
Things are a bit lacking on the handlebars, as you can see of course, with the throttle, clutch, and brakes needing to still be installed…but you get the idea.
Each year The One Show has no shortage of street trackers in its ranks, and this year was no different, but Moto-Mucci’s build caught our eye for its clean design.
Straight and to the point, the bike is utilitarian in its form, which also makes it attractive. It’s a two-stroke too, so that’s extra points on the score card. Enjoy the high-res photos below.
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