When we look at this custom Moto Guzzi V35C Diabola, we know that Venier Customs are onto something good. Directed by Stefano Venier and built by master mechanic Ivan Delle Vedove and his team, VC strive to keep the bikes in as original shape as thay can, so that one day you can take them back to stock form if you wish. So right there, you automatically rule out the fork and subframe modifications that are so popular in today’s custom world. No chopping or welding, just nicely re-modified stock bikes that keep their historical value.
On this particular build, Venier overhauled the engine, front fork, control units and electrics, while the brakes were reconditioned. The seat and the rear fender were custom-made from scratch and the stock handlebars were changed for nice Tommaselli ones. Custom brackets for the light, dash, license plate and various other stuff are also custom-made. But as we emphasized before, it’s not the parts list that matter, it’s the end result. And this bike is just simply stunning!