Yamaha SR500 ‘Type 7E’ By Auto Fabrica

Jul 3, 2018

Category: Rides

Auto Fabrica is one of the premier names in motorcycle customization. They have a particular proclivity for re-fabricating Yamahas and flat trackers, and their latest edition, the Type 7E Yamaha SR500 by Auto Fabrica is truly a triumph for the custom house.

Auto Fabrica’s Type 7 Series is designed with adventure in mind, and though you might not want to muddy this moto, the Type 7E, built out from a powerful Yamaha SR500, is designed to explore the off-road world. Everything about the original Yamaha was altered; the engine was rebuilt and refined, the seat unit given a custom rear loop modification; custom fuel fillers have been added to further spartan-ize the minimalist aesthetic of this black-and-white beauty. Custom handmade sand-bent exhaust pipes run so high on the bike that it can ford shallow waters, and the rider can afford to get a little wet. With a lightened and de-lugged frame, this bike is built to truly fly.

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