When looking to build an MV Agusta-based cafe racer, that Switzerland’s Tricana Motorcycle‘s have drawn inspiration from the Italian brand’s illustrious race machines from around half-a-century-age. First founded in 2016, Tricana is a Swiss Italian motorcycle dealership that also has one serious knack for whipping up the occasional one-off project. Headed up by Jonathan Natario, the outfit’s latest bespoke creation is constructed around a 2013 example of MV’s full-faired F3 675 and has been dubbed “La Rouge”.
The project was commissioned by a client that had requested a cafe racer, so plans were drawn up for a pretty standard build with clip-ons, a round headlight, and a cafe-humped tail, though over time, Jonathan suggested to the customer that Tricana could do a bit more, and from there things morphed into the machine you now see before you. After viewing this stunning bike you should check 10 world’s fastets motorcycles.