K-Speed Turns Yamaha’s XSR155 Into An Off-Road Retro Machine

Sep 13, 2019

Category: Rides

Based in Thailand, K-Speed has a bonafide talent for turning compact two-wheelers into aggressive machines. Their latest project is the 2019 Yamaha XSR155 Trail Breaker, which was commissioned by Yamaha Thailand to showcase the brand’s new model.

The base model is packing a 155cc SOHC single with a 19 horsepower output and has a retro-modern vibe. It features a custom flat subframe with an integrated luggage rack, a beefy crash cage for the engine, and a military-inspired bash guard. To handle the dirt with more precision, the bike has tracker-style bars with custom retro-style switchgear and grips. Additionally, the XSR155 has Brembo calipers, YSS suspension, and spoked aluminum hoops wrapped in beefy dual-sport rubber to meet your off-roading needs. Lighting the trail ahead are side-by-side circular LED headlights, as well as LED spotlights on both sides of the SOHC mill. And the bike is dipped in a custom primer grey with a distressed finish to complete the off-road theme. Checkout K-Speed for more exemplary custom bikes.

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