New Release - Moto Bazzi Low Sled
Roxy has gone off and done it again. Lately, I've noticed she has been in a retro phase so to speak. Maybe she is old school to the core anyway, her bikes are. When I tripped over her shop, I drooled over the Iron Horse which is a trick bobber. You'll soon learn about another bike she has built but not today, today is all about her latest release the Low Sled.
The Low Sled is a big cruiser, a bagger and all of the conveniences such as speedo and stuff you don't need, well that junk is pulled off. Honestly, the Low Sled is the kind of bike you'd see a hardcore biker ride: less about flash and more about tough.
The announcement read, "The new Moto Bazzi Low Sled has just been released. Originally designed & built to be only available in Matte Black, the box now includes Matte Black, Gloss Black (like the demos in the showroom) & Gloss White (like the demo pic in the showroom)."
In her new releases, she has been good to provide some added value for the consumer by bundling bikes into different sizes and styles. You can read because you've made it this far unless you just come for the pictures. You get Matte Black, Gloss Black and Gloss White version and while I tested the gloss black, I think the matte black would have suited me more because it looks more rough.
This is a little thing when you go buy a bike. Take a look at the parts and I mean a close look. If you see painted prims and a high dollar price tag, go someplace else because you're getting ripped off. Not with Moto Bazzi! No painted prims or cut corners, instead you get a bike which looks like a bike in RL.
Riding is no less a pleasure. The bike is as smooth as Don Julio Anejo served straight. If you don't know what that is, I will pray for you. I was ripping the Low Sled around the Moto Bazzi test track with easy. The ride was intuitive and stable and what I like in a bike. It was also pretty quick in fourth.
I highly recommend a trip to Moto Bazzi. Spend some time there getting to know these great bikes and as Roxy is often inworld, IM her, she loves to talk about bikes and I know few people more knowledgeable about motorcycles than her.
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