Yamaha Virago by Doc’s Chops

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The aftermarket bike scene has been exploding over the past few years, and Greg Hageman adds another impressive bike to the list. Although the original Yamaha XV920 is nothing much to look at, Doc’s Chops refined Yamaha Virago is a spectacle.

The bike has been outfitted with a new rear subframe along with a MotoLanna seat that was originally crafted for a Yamaha SR500. If the tank looks a bit special that’s because it has been sourced from a 1967 Wards Riverside Mojave. Greg Hageman proves once again that he has a special talent for transforming old run of the mill bikes into unique pieces of art.

Yamaha Virago by Docs Chops (4)

Yamaha Virago by Docs Chops (3)

Yamaha Virago by Docs Chops (2)

Yamaha Virago by Docs Chops (1)

More From Rides

Featured Image

Novitec’s Lightweight Carbon Tuning Pack Boosts The McLaren GT To 697HP

Taking the car's 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 to new heights.

Posted By

Aug 7, 2020

Featured Image

Roland Sands Just Built A Nitrous-Boosted 2021 BMW R18 Dragster

1.8L Boxer-powered Bavarian two-wheeler that's built to go fast.

Posted By

Aug 7, 2020

Featured Image

Auction Block: Electric Porsche 356 Speedster Replica

A fiberglass-bodied replica now powered by a Tesla battery modules.

Posted By

Aug 6, 2020

Featured Image

Wilco Lindner Built The Ultimate Pint-Sized Two-Stroke Mini-Moto

A 50cc Derbi engine tuned to four-times its stock power output.

Posted By

Aug 6, 2020

Featured Image

Volkswagen Unveils The Utilitarian Caddy Mini-Camper

A mobile living platform for the emission-conscious traveler.

Posted By

Aug 5, 2020

Featured Image

The Carbon Fiber 3D-Printed ‘Superstrata’ Is The World’s Most Advanced Bicycle

A regular or pedal-assisted bike that's 61-times stronger than steel.

Posted By

Aug 5, 2020