With enough power for both street and freeway, a competitive MSRP, and a bulletproof reliable mid-sized parallel-twin, Kawasaki’s Ninja 650 (or ER6N), is an incredible choice for riders seeking a reliable utilitarian bike. And while the Ninja 650 admittedly has a lot going for it, its appearance isn’t on its list of strong suits. Knowing this Jakarta-based custom motorcycle shop, Studio Motor has routinely been transforming stock these 650s into lust-worthy one-off works. Dubbed the “Silv Tracker,” the Indonesian outfit’s latest bespoke ER6N builds on Studio’s previous 650 projects, implementing a few key changes that radically transform the no-frills commuter bike.
While the suspension, wheels, and frame have been left stock, the factory subframe has been replaced with a stout unit that now supports a bobber-meets-scrambler-style seat while the original tank’s been swapped out for a knee-dented item wearing a Monza-style cap. Custom black radiator shrouds further clean up the build’s silhouette, too. Rounding out the build is a set of bar-end LEDs, a staggered dual LED headlight arrangement, a beaked front fender and rear hugger, a custom two-into-one exhaust, and knobby Shinko rubber. To see more of Studio Motor’s work, you can check out the shop’s website linked below.
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