Honda Z50R ‘Mini Brawler’ By Droog Moto

Aug 23, 2019

Category: Rides

Droog Moto has proven time and time again that they know how to make a mean post-apocalyptic custom motorcycle. So when one of their customers, owner of their Kawasaki Ninja 650 ‘Moto 12,’ wanted to get a bike for his son, he knew exactly where to turn. And that’s how the Honda Z50R ‘Mini Brawler’ was born.

It’s not a stretch to say that Droog completely transformed the mini bike — which started its life looking a lot more like a Power Wheels than a Mad Max mobile. But we’re not even sure they knew just how awesome this little moto would end up looking until they swapped in the custom front end tracker plate and fender, solid aluminum wheel inserts, handlebars, and a new rear shock. Needless to say, the proud owner of this magnificent little beast is certainly in the running for the father of the year award. Let’s just hope his son knows how lucky he really is.

Learn More: Droog

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