When your 4 year old nephew wants to ride, you surely have to build him a bike, right? Well that is exactly what Gsus Valencia of KacerWagen did. His bike of choice was a Moto Guzzi Pony and what a perfect little choice it was. Now this is one lucky little kid.
Gsus first saw the poor little Moto Guzzi Pony rusting away in a shed and thought it was the perfect project to build for his nephew Luca. After reaching an agreement with the owner, the bike was back at his shop. It was stripped down and disassembled. The frame and other parts were sandblasted and done in a black metal flake.
The one thing that was missing from the bike was the engine. Gsus went on the hunt and settled on a Franco Morini S6 engine. Custom motor mounts were fabricated and the engine finished off with a modified Arrow Scooter setup.
Up front, he went with a set of old Torch Derbi bars that have been slightly modified. Using some sheet metal, he fabricated a one piece number plate and fender which look totally awesome. I love the high fender which gives it that motocross frontend look. The tank was also modified by cutting it in half and narrowing it a bit or that perfect fitment.
To finish the bike off, Gsus went with a red paint scheme and some pearl white side and front number plates. This might be one of the coolest little minis we have seen built and his nephew Luca is sure one lucky little dude. Be sure to head of to Kacerwagen’s website and social media pages to checkout some of their other cool builds.
Kacerwagen Moto Guzzi Pony Flat Tracker Photos (Courtesy of Abel Rodriquez)