LA CUPA… is this just an Italian name for a dark motorcycle or is this a name that tells about intriguing adventures, haunted houses and magic potions? Everybody, who hears such a name asks the same question, because it’s quite uncommon for a motorcycle. Mirco Balasso, Free Spirits’s friend, coworker and owner of C.M. Balasso told us that this new Triumph (T120) model, designed and built in the middle of England, gave him immediately a peculiar feeling; enthusiasm mixed to fear. Straightaway he said he wanted to ride the new T120 to study every single detail.Mirco had to wait for a very long time, but when he touched the footrest and grabbed the grips for the first time, it dawn on him; la Cupa is the perfect name for a slimline but strong motorcycles, dark and bright at the same time, modest measure but stately, a motorbike that you cannot gentle completely because she has her own soul. That’s a bike rich in oxymorons and Free Spirits does like it. That’s why Mirco and us are working on a full range of products, built expressly for her, just to make her ride more tenacious and cool.
A gentle colors match, an elegant and slim line which encloses the classic and British soul of a Bonneville. Here you are the new and so awaited Triumph Street Twin! This is the last creation of Triplebike – Triumph Vicenza, Free Spirits coworkers; they presented it at the eleventh edition of Tridays, from 23 to 26 June 2016 in Neukirchen am Größvenediger. A Triumph special rich in details and in accessories directly from the new Free Spirits range for Street Twin; these products were developed to improve the British two-wheels’ performances, functionality and look. It’s a unique and fresh range of products, which has just entered the market and which will amaze you and make you fell in love with it! Here below you can find all accessories we mounted on the new Street Twin with pictures and a complete description!
Here the evolution of our T12.2 into T12.2Evo MK3 presented at Motor Bike Expo. In addition to the graphic a lot of things are changed. Steven based the black-white-red graphic on Free Spirits traditional colors, with an extended rear. The livery mixes the symbol of Venice and Regione Veneto, the S. Marco's Lion with the English flag, the Union Jack: this is the extreme and completed summary between English tradition and Free Spirits art.
On the rear work two higher-performance Bitubo absorbers. The 320 mm disc brakes by Newfren comes with callipers and radial pump by Brembo. The CNC machined footpegs erase rise by 55 mm and move the back by 100 mm the foot position, similar to the geometry of Triumph Thruxton.
The engine guards made with plastic disperse the impact on several parts instead on one spot. Light steel 180° curved intake with conic airfilters bring air to the engine. The exhaust is a prototype with 45 mm stainless steel new mufflers. The DB killer does not affect negatively on Triumph T12.2 performances. A ECM Tfi unit is installed to optimize the engine modification and gas.
When can somebody be called an artist ? Is it necessary to be old enough ? Is it necessary that You have studied arts in university ? Is it necessary that You can earn Your money through it ? We don’t know. Moritz Bree is an eleven year old boy. Since he was able to hold a pencil in his hands he is drawing motorcycles. A stubborn little guy , with a right taste for colours and proportions. He is feeling at home in the world of customizing. Here nobody is asking about his age and gratuations. Passion for motorbikes shared with each other is what is counting in that world.
Beside this he doesn’ t mind, if he is regarded as an artist or not. He is just living his way of life with joy and passion. …because there are people who give support to him and let him do what he wants, who give a respect to his dreams and give him a platform to do his job. After the first successful colaboration with the ‘HARLEKIN’ project now Free Spirits and Moritz Bree proudly announce the second creative activity, called ‘WAMBO’.
A little grey elephant, who is carrying the right words on his neck.
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Triumph Scrambler, in which the mechanical part and chassis has been developped by us, while the graphics of the gas tank were painted by a 10 year old child, Mortiz Bree, Uli Bree’s younger child, mastermind of Triumph Tridays