What we have here is a fabulous two-wheeler based on a 1985 Moto Guzzi V35TT, which was dubbed O2 Oxygen. Created by a company named Matteucci Garage, the custom bike has retained its original V-twin engine, and even though the engine has not received any major modifications, it does boast Marco Matteuci’s own aluminum trumpets with mesh ends. The back portion of the frame has been completely removed, while a series of one-off mudguards with light brackets have been added.
As for the fuel tank, it was created using traditional panel beating methods, and it flaunts a two-tone paintjob that immediately catches the eye. The cappuccino-colored Italian leather hide seat also deserves a mention, as does the short exhaust that complements the 349cc engine nicely.