Norman Reedus’ Yamaha XV920R Motorcycle by Classified Moto

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Daryl Dixon is easily the most badass character on The Walking Dead, and someone that badass deserves an equally badass motorcycle. That’s why Norman Reedus teamed up with John Ryland of Classified Moto to build this custom work of art.

With some input from Reedus, the team at Classified went to work using a Yamaha XV920R motorcycle as the base. The vehicle was built specifically for the backroads of Georgia (which is where The Walking Dead is filmed), and has been outfitted with a set of Avon Distanzia Dual Sport tires, a fully rebuilt Yamaha V-twin engine, a Benelli Mojave 260 fuel tank, and a whole lot more. Although it’s not quite as post-apocalyptic as Daryl’s custom Triumph from the show, it’s definitely menacing in its own regard.

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