Moto Borgotaro in collaboration with Union Garage NYC put on a one-day motorcycle event in Brooklyn, NY showcasing some of the best examples of the original Italian sporting bikes of the 1970's.
The Laverda SF’s moniker is Italian for Super Freni, or “Super Brakes.” Laverda originally developed the dual leading shoe drum brakes for the first SF sereies in its own factory—a rarity when most other companies were outsourcing such components. Later it would sport dual discs and be known as an SF2.
It lacks the stock fairing and pared down racer disposition of the SFC (C stands for Competizione) but in the exchange the SF is a thoroughly more rideable motorcycle. FIrst, it’s road legal. But moreover as a naked bike its appearance belies the thunderous 750cc motor that is the very same power plant the SFC starts out with.
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