Rev your engines so the motor rumbles, echoing into the wide sky off the peeks of the Largurian Mountain range. The race is on!  And here is the front contestant Gilera 175, an original design from the historic Milano Taranto motorcycle race dating 1937 to 1956. Hugo Gallina of Vintage Italian Restoration has taken the time to carefully piece back together the genuine glow to this beauty built specifically to manage the reviving track this July, open for anyone to participate. The engine holds a 4-stroke single cylinder vertical.  All the exterior is either restored from the original bike itself or a precise replica from the 1956 body, seat, fuel tank cap, headlight, and speedometer. It has thrilling ride written all over it, a tribute to the fun and competitive spirit of this great Italian race.

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