Yamaha Virago XV750 by Doc’s Chops

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

We’ve watched the 1980s era Yamaha Virago gain immense popularity on the custom motorcycle scene over the past few years with some of our favorites coming from the teams at Choppershotz and of course Doc ‘s Chops.

Greg Hagerman of Doc’s Chops once again delivers a smash hit with his intricately crafted XV750 motorcycle. The bike is sleek and simple, yet features extremely unique characteristics. The bike was built for season 2 of the Cafe Racer show on Discovery Channel. Among a slew of improvements which include adjustable, air-assisted shock in the back, new subframe, wasp inspired seat, the bike’s engine has been left alone for the most part aside from K&N filters and a high flow Mac Performance exhaust system.

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