We've been big fans of The Wrenchmonkees since day 1 and have been anxiously waiting to see some new builds to come out of the Danish shop. It's safe to say that they're back and by the looks of this frame-up build of this '72 Laverda 750 SF1, they're back with a vengeance.
They left the bike raw, in classic Monkee fashion, keeping it simple and clean. The rear was modified to take a Yamaha R6 monoshock while the stock front end was fitted with progressive springs and lowered 30mm. The stunning tank and seat are hand-made by them and as far as we're concerned, steal the show.
There's a lot of love for the old Italian Laverda's and many would never attempt such a radical rebuild yet once again, the Wrenchmonkees don't disappoint.
Pure simplicity is accomplished up front with a Motogadget Tiny guage.
The custom headers and Spark muffler surely look the business. Keep up the good work boys. We're already looking forward to your next one!
Images via BikeEXIF
Labels: 750, cafe racer, custom, Laverda, Motogadget, raw, Vintage, Wrenchmonkees