Suzuki GSX-R 750 by Le French Atelier

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

Feast your eyes upon this incredible custom ’91 GSX-R 750 that has been created by Le French Atelier — a company that has yet to even launch. This 1991 redux has a custom tail end and taillights that give it a new-age feel while still, somehow, keeping it retro. The engine’s cylinder head was rebuilt to be more reliable, and then it was painted satin black. In fact, nearly the entire bike was painted using an epoxy satin black that gives it a sort of Batman look. But to give it a bit of flare, Le French Atelier classed it up a bit by using a satin grey for the tank and the tail.

The airbox for this Suzuki GSX-R custom has been replaced with conical K&N filters, and the slingshot carbs have been retuned. So when it’s all said and done, it looks like the designers at Le French Atelier know what they’re doing and could have quite a successful career on their hands.

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