In 1967 Laverda presented the two-cylinder 750 SF (Super Freni), a creation of engineer Luciano Zen. From 1970 the SF 750 was supplemented by a match consumer version, exclusively for private racers: the 750 SFC (Super Freni Competizione). While features like clip-on handlebars, sports fairing and a session with tail obvious choices were, it was the front and rear-mounted 230 mm double ridge Laverda drum brakes which made the difference. These were designed to absorb the excess energy produced by the new engine. The 750 SFC won between 1970 and 1974 every endurance race in Europe, with the exception of the "Bol d'Or", where in 1970 and 3rd in 1971 and 2nd ended.
|Number of Parts:|