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MV Agusta Brutale 1090R 'Phatos' by Officine GP Design

Italian customizer Officine GP Design introduces a pretty interesting ’special bike’ based on the 2012 MV Agusta Brutale 1090R and re-dubbed ‘Phatos’.
This classy model comes with a pretty evident 70s flavour to it, and is the brainchild of brothers Luca and Fabio Pozzato, whose common passion has been moulded since they were children grewing up in the family workshop.

More accurately, the nice Pozzato bros ran a sort of little survey first to better understand tastes and expectations of their beloved customers, and just a few weeks of work later they’ve come up with this unique bike, which conveys a sense of craftsmanship and passion (loads of which have been used for its cration) at the first glance.

Workshops GP makes raw and painted kits to customize a number of motorcycles, and the ‘Pathos’ is just its latest output: it doesn’t need any modifications to get fitted on the Brutale and can easily turn the already beautiful Italian bike into a vintage-looking beast.
Among the various bits required to create this machine, definitely worth mentioning are the Kineo rims, the HPCorse full exhaust system, the original paintjob, the rounded head-light with LED technology, the fine leather saddle and various caps, pegs and handles supplid by Rizoma.

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