Suzuki SV650 “Moto 11” by Droog Moto

Mar 19, 2018

Category: Rides

Deep in the apocalyptic landscape embedded within the mindset of husband and wife duo that is Droog Moto lies an insatiable desire to ride uninhibited through a forgotten landscape – a desire that’s manifested here with this Mad Max-themed Suzuki SV650.

Simply dubbed “Moto 11,” this piece of art features, above all else, a one-piece handmade subframe from the duo. Additionally, we see an obvious front-end conversion now featuring an industrial LED headlight, an electronic speedo, new Biltwell grips, a custom tank, tracker plate and fender along with Metzeler Karoo 3 tires for good measure. Finally, a custom saddle, upgraded radiator, and custom exhaust round out the dystopian build. Best of all, they’re open for business and are happy to take that stock-built bike of yours and give it the “treatment” if you wish to add some apocalyptic vibes to the garage.

Learn More: Droog

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