‘28 Days Later....’
Moto Guzzi V50

'28 Days Later...' started life as an unloved Moto Guzzi V50, the headstock and down tubes were rescued from the original frame as the basis of the new bike, a Gasgas 270cc two stroke motor filled the hole in the middle while a home made girder front end dealt with holding the Triumph front wheel in place. A couple of rolled tubes formed a new back bone to locate the real wheel and create the space for the fuel tank. A new tank was made up and painted in a deep purple/gold candy finish, Moet kindly provided the filler cap. The chain run was eased with a skateboard wheel to match the BMX foot pegs, and the electrics were housed in a 1953 biscuit tin- 'By Royal Appointment to the late King George V' proudly displayed on the top. The bike was built in a a hellish month of intense evenings and weekends, hence the name '28 Days Later...'