First released in 1999, Suzuki’s SV650 now stands as one of the most heralded utilitarian commuter bikes of all time, with the famously bulletproof mid-sized V-Twin model affording immense versatility and performance relative to its budget-friendly price. Despite all the twin-cylinder cult classic has going for it, the naked bike’s appearance has never really been anything to write home about, which makes this street tracker transformation of this first-gen SV650 from Stoker Motorcycles so wildly impressive.
Built around a 2000 model year specimen and dubbed the “STR,” the Suzuki has been treated to a set of wheel covers fore and aft, a blacked-out belly pan with a 3D-printed grille, and Neken tracker bars with bar-end LED indicators, though the project’s piece de resistance is undoubtedly its single-piece tracker tail and tank (cover) combo which is crafted from epoxy composite and boasts a set of 3D printed intakes. Completing the fast-and-left-look is a set of aluminum side number boards and a matching front number plate with a single off-set projector headlight protruding out the front and a Motogadget Motoscope Mini tucked behind the top of the number board on the rider’s side. To see more of this absolutely stellar SV build — or any of Stoker’s other top-notch work — you can check out the shop’s website linked below.