Dotto Creations founders Francesco Iannuzzi and Gianluca Bartolini met while working for legendary design firm Pininfarina. Dotto's first project, the Biancaneve, puts the pair's high design chops on display. Starting with a 1979 Honda CX500 for its unique longitudinal v-twin configuration, the bike was first stripped completely bare and restored. The fork has been lowered and clip-on grips added for a more sportbike-like riding position, along with taller rear shocks. The centerpiece of the bike is the fairing that runs the length of the frame. A cutout at the rear is hinged to reveal the leather and Alcantara seat and creates a cafe racer-style tail when open.