Publicado por Alex Ramon / / Etiquetas: Cafe Racers /
Vibrazioni Art Design, an Italy-based boutique firm with a knack for creating pieces like furniture from repurposed branded oil barrels. Their latest endeavor is this reworked CB750 featuring original logos from Pennzoil.
In paying tribute to the XS 650, Yamaha has joined forces with Japanese bike builder Shinya Kimura to produce the new retro-styled XSR 700. The bike joins the company’s sport heritage line, with the motorcycle boasting an overall old school aesthetic. The seat has been done up in supple textured leather, as the rear sub frame can conveniently be customized. An aluminum tank rests in the middle of the bike, which comes in weighing at 186 kilograms.
Just because the new XSR 700 features a retro appearance, that doesn’t mean it’s without some necessary high-grade tech. Such electronics are safe from harm, positioned behind a trick mesh cover. Furthermore, the motorcycle welcomes Pirelli Phantom tires that both look good and provide for a smooth riding experience.
Fans of Yamaha should also check out their recent collab with Iron Heart on this custom cafe racer.
This bike was commissioned by Uli Bree, the Tridays mastermind, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the event. That’s why the name of the bike..”Tri” for Tridays and “Ten” for the 10th anniversary.
The Tridays is one of the greatest Triumph events in the world with thousands of enthusiasts of the english brand who stays 3 days in an small town in Austria enjoying concerts, races, tours, beer and friendship,..