Yamaha SR400 ‘Lane Splitter 54’ By BCR

Jun 4, 2018

Category: Rides

One of the major benefits of riding a motorcycle – at least in places where it’s legal – is the ability to cut through traffic between cars. But not all bikes are super well-suited to it. This Yamaha SR400 from BCR (short for Benjie’s Cafe Racers), however, was specifically designed with that very activity in mind.

Appropriately dubbed ‘Lane Splitter 54’ – named for its width in centimeters – this bike was owner Benjie Flipprboi’s solution to his frustration with being stuck in gridlock in his pickup truck. And, as you can see from its super thin body, it’s the perfect bike for the job. But it isn’t just a purpose-built motorcycle, either, as it clearly has style in spades, as well. The bikes upgrades include a chopped down frame and new custom subassembly, a stainless steel tail section, a teardrop-shaped aluminum tank, and a whole mess of other little details that make this thing stand out brilliantly.

Learn More: Here

More From Rides

Featured Image

Auction Block: 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV

One of only 150, special-ordered by French industrialist Jacques Dembiermont.

Posted By

Jan 24, 2020

Featured Image

You Can Now Own This Custom 100HP Harley-Davidson Baja 1000 Racer Prototype

A purpose-built, Sportster 1200-based racer built for a Baja champion.

Posted By

Jan 24, 2020

Featured Image

Lexus’ GX Overland Concept Blends Luxury With Rugged Off-Road Travel

A plush, go-anywhere overlander based on the Lexus 2020 GX 460.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

The 15 Best Bolt-On Motorcycle Kits

A collection of the best customs-style kits that don't require any fabrication.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

This 310LB Carbon-Clad BMW Pays Homage To Battle Of The Twins Racers

A custom-framed BMW R90/6 dripping in carbon fiber components and bodywork.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

Auction Block: 1964 Porsche 904 GTS

A rare example of an early 904 fitted with a factory-spec six-cylinder engine.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020