Customizing motorcycle becomes the favorite of many auto lovers. Through this customization, the bike lovers can get their dreaming motorbikes. Actually, every type and model of a motorbike can be customized to your taste. You just need to play up with your scheme and creativity. When you can match up those aspects, the dreaming motorbike must be yours.
Through this article, we are going to share an interesting reference for custom motorcycles. We are going to help you in redesign the standard motors to be more classic and classy. This is such a trending style that must be your favorite. Through this style, you must be the center of attention on the road. In this project, Yamaha SR400 and BNW R75 will be the custom object. So, let’s check this out.
Yamaha SR400 is classified as a cruiser. Through its enticing original design, it must be a wonderful object for custom motorcycles. This motorcycle series has aggressive and macho style. It is surely manly that can maximize your riding performance. Yamaha SR400 is also accepted to be a convertible bike.
This motorbike has a high specification that must be outstanding in touring. The lightweight of this motorbike can enhance your maneuver and handling on the main road. Actually, this is an old production motorbike series. The first generation of Yamaha SR400 was introduced and launched in 1978.
The original design of its first generation is absolutely classic and classy. However, this motorbike series is very rare to be known. In this project, you can take 2009 Yamaha SR400 series as the custom object. It has a similar framework that can be also made over like the legendary series.
Gasoline Custom Motorcycle is a Sydney workshop which has been successful in recalling the legendary era of Yamaha SR400. The 2009 Yamaha 400 is modified to strengthen the legendary concept by redesigning some essential aspects. The customization starts by making the handlebar in low setting. The height of this handlebar is almost equal with the fuel tank. Through this handlebar, the classic style is exposed.
The bodywork is redesigned to be simple with a null accent. The silver sterling on its simple classic body design will bring the classy taste on this bike. The project also deals to eliminate the original rear stuff. The headlight and taillight are replaced by the smaller ones. The rounded shape of those lights must be a brilliant concept. This project also emphasizes the original framework to be explored. The frame is painted in black to strengthen the macho style. The short and curve saddle adds the classic sensation. The wheel comes to be larger with 18 inches radial tires.
BMW R75 is also categorized as a legendary cruiser bike. It has a handsome and macho style of its original bodywork. This motorbike series has made a long period in this automotive industry. The first generation of BMW R75 was released and introduced in 1946. At the first debut, this motorbike is designed for the military vehicle. It has strong and tough body composition which is powered by the aggressive engine.
As the time goes by, this legendary motorbike comes to be a sensation trend. If you can get this motorbike series, you must be the center of attention. It can be modified and customized in more enticing and classy concept. Clutch Custom Motorcycles has been successful in making over the old BMW R75 to be a classic and classy motorbike. Clutch is a Paris Garage which is the specialist in customizing the classic bike.
The concept of this project is combining the classic style with the modern one. The handlebar comes with the lower setting as the characteristic of the classic model. The fuel tank is revised to be larger. This tank is colored in sparkling navy blue which must be attractive and stylish. Brown upholstery leather makes the classic taste to be more vicious. The tire rings are chromed in glossy black. The larger tires are also applied on this classic motorbike. Small lights on its head and tail maximize the legendary concept of BMW R75.
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