1982 Yamaha Virago XV750 Buzz Saw by Choppershotz

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Minimalistic design elements once again reign supreme with this custom 1982 Yamaha Virago XV750. Owned by Erick Runyon of Choppershotz, he sought out the assistance of Doc’s Chops to help customize this beauty, a bike he calls ‘Buzz Saw.’

The motorcycle has been upgraded from top to bottom, and is equipped with a carb from Harley Davidson Sportster 1200. Erick loves the look of fat dual sports tires, so he decided to do a rear tire conversion to the front wheel. Powder coated black wheels and a modified Dime City tracker style seat finish off the look. [Via]

1982 Yamaha Virago Virago XV750 Buzz Saw by Choppershotz (4)

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1982 Yamaha Virago Virago XV750 Buzz Saw by Choppershotz (2)

1982 Yamaha Virago Virago XV750 Buzz Saw by Choppershotz (1)

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