The spareness of the engine continues on to the bodywork, which was fabricated in-house at Moto Studios. Highlights include that wide fuel tank (with a gorgeous gas cap), an airy, suspended tailpiece, and a custom black leather seat. A flush-mount headlight sports a grille built out of machined Guzzi parts, and Renthal bars are dressed with a Motogadget tach and Domino parts. The stunning black wheels are shod in Allstate Dirtman tires. So if you can’t tell where the Guzzi look ends and the Moto Studio feel begins in this custom, well, Bruce McQuiston would tell you that’s exactly the point.