'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...'