I fidanzati della morte
Gilera 500, four-in-line engine. 1956? Indeed a Gilera 4C - but I wouldn't know 350 or 500.
Bienvenue Didier, on commençait a croire que les extra-terrestres t'avait enlevé..
By the big flywheels, two Falcone, I think. Falcones, '52 onwards Aren't these similar as /vehicle_889468-Moto-Guzzi-Airone-250-Sport-1956.html ?
They are similar but I think the Falcone 500 has a bigger flywheel that hides more of the gearbox, BTW, sent you a PM on the Forum. Thanks
Others with similar front design A very individual take on a Dolphin fairing, some poor sod of a tin basher spent hours with a tree stump and some hammers on that. NSU Sportmax or Rennmax.
Assuming it's running in the 500cc class, this will be based on an R51/3.
Engine looks more like a Gilera single.
Tu as raison, Alessandro. 1953+, Gilera Saturno Cross. So, not 'Moto Guzzi' anymore, and switching form, a-hem, 'racing' to 'all-terrain sports'.
Indians seem to be the weapon of choice for the wall of death. Low C of G and lots of torque? Indian Scout http://silodrome.com/indian-scout-wall-of-death-motorcycle/
Indian, not Indiana.
A flock of Guzzi Zigolos Agree
Notice the airplane