UMC-052 FAT TRACKER Commissioned by Moto Guzzi USA
UMC-052 FAT TRACKER 2017 Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber
The Fat Tracker is a slim-bodied fat-wheeled street tracker powered by Moto Guzzi's torquey V9 motor with a high-mounted straight-through 2-2 exhaust system. Perforated aluminum heatshields are attached to a custom unibody painted in metallic green referencing the 'Verde Legnano' color of the iconic 1971 Moto Guzzi V7 Sport. Shortened forks hold an illuminated number plate with integrated hi/lo spotlights. Modified controls hold upgraded switchgear, a LED speedometer, and a prominent 'start' button. Interchangeable 140/70-16 tires are fitted front and rear.
Controls • Moto Guzzi V9 top bracket, modified • Suzuki GSXR clip-on bars, modified • Oury grips • Posh Factory switches, internal wiring • Magura HC1 brake and clutch radial masters • Goodridge Sniper brake and clutch lines • Race start button, integrated into top bracket • Motogadget Motoscope Mini LED display, machined into top bracket • Agostini rearsets, anodised to match frame
Electrics • Motogadget m-Unit • Motogadget m-Button • Motogadget m-Lock keyless RFID ignition, integrated into seat • Antigravity XPS SC-1 lithium ion battery • Magneti MarelliMIU-G3 single-body EFI unit with filter pod • ABS removed • O2 sensors removed • Motobox custom-built LED tail light array with integrated turn signals • Motobox custom-built illuminated headlight panel with integrated turn signals • Twin Vision X Mini-Solo 500 lumen hi/lo spotlights
THANKS TO Patrick Flynn, Piaggio USA Jessica Raya Nate, Diepenbroek Fabrications Simon Waterfall Emil Lindstrom, E'SE Engineering Peter, Magura USA Jay Abate, motojrefinish Josh Alvarez, Motobox Turk, Turk's Shop Sean & John, Goodridge USA Dan, Acker Leatherworks Victor Wilkens Dustin, Graphik One Randy, Purrfect Color Decals Felicia, Heidenau USA Erik Jutras, photographer (@mr_pixelhead) Chad, Sudco Int'l Stefan, Radical Guzzi Dana, SPD Exhausts Hagon Suspension Elliot, Champion Powdercoaters