Suzuki VanVan 200 ‘Wave’ By Officine GP Design

Sep 18, 2018

Category: Rides

It’s certainly not a necessity for a custom motorcycle builder to imbue their bikes with unique lifestyle-based design, but it also doesn’t hurt — at least when it comes to making them stand apart from the crowd. And that’s exactly what makes the surf-inspired Suzuki VanVan 200 ‘Wave’ by Officine GP Design so memorable.

Done up with wood accents under the headlight, behind the seat, and bolted onto the tank — which mimic the look of an old-school surfboard down its length — this custom scrambler is dripping with endless summer vibes. But, let’s be honest, it would still be a brilliant bike without those additions — thanks to a gorgeous shades-of-gray paint job, its modern LED lighting, that black trombone exhaust, and an absolutely stunning aged leather seat. Whether cruising down PCH or just tooling around the city, this bike is sure to turn some heads.

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