Yamaha hosts a highly successful Yard Built program in which homegrown bike outfitters get the chance to put their talents on display with a stock Yamaha bike. This go-around utilized an XSR700, otherwise known as the Universal Japanese Motorcycle, and bike builders JvB-moto delivered the goods with an insane-looking Scrambler version providing the standard XSR700 with a rougher exterior.
Known as the Super 7, this urban warrior of a bike now features side covers that hide the majority of the subframe mounting points and exposed bolt holes. The bike also looks much more aggressive thanks to the bobbed fender and a dirt bike style tail. The engine is a 689cc parallel twin and a well-matched 6- speed gear box that keeps the bike pulling with gumption throughout the ride. JvB-moto hooked this Scrambler up with a new exhaust and Italian Borrani wheels that allow the stock suspension to function at optimal capacity as well. It’s a simply beautiful Scrambler that’s completely street legal while boasting an off-road ready aesthetic. A job well done no doubt.
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