Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage

Jun 29, 2015

Category: Rides

Portugal-based Dream Wheels Heritage has unveiled a custom Yamaha XJ750, which usually doesn’t get the custom treatment. But their edition of the popular motorbike is quite impressive, as they’ve given it an all-new look and feel.

This Yamaha XJ750 is unlike any XJ750 we’ve seen before, as it now has a classic and sleek aura about it. The bike’s design sports a brown leather seat, yellow headlight with no reflectors to be seen, and a noticeably smaller tailpipe than your average Yamaha XJ750. It’s loaded with grays, browns and blacks, which helps give it a cafe-style feel. With this, Dream Wheels Heritage has taken a relatively dull hunk of metal and turned it into a stunningly designed motorbike. [Via]

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 2

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 3

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 4

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 5

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 6

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 7

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 8

Yamaha XJ750 by Dream Wheels Heritage 9

More From Rides

Dockers' Alpha Chinos Boast Four-Way Stretch For The Frequent Flyer

Helping you to travel the globe in comfort.

Posted By Chris West

Partner

This Ultra-Tough Luminox x Bear Grylls Survival Watch Might Save Your Life

Carbonox-cased timepiece made to conquer the great outdoors.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

NEC Turns Ducati’s Awkward ADV Bike Into A Classy & Clean Cafe Racer

Transforming Pierre Terblanche's ugliest design into a two-wheeled work of art.

Posted By

Feb 28, 2020

Featured Image

GFG Style’s 4WD Electric Hyper SUV Hits 62MPH In Under 3.5 Seconds

High-tech vehicle made for high-speed performance on any terrain.

Posted By

Feb 28, 2020

Featured Image

BRABUS’ 800HP Adventure XLP Is A Decked Out 4×4 That Deploys Drones

Devised to deliver aid and special equipment in dangerous, remote areas.

Posted By

Feb 27, 2020

Featured Image

What’s The Difference: Turbochargers vs. Superchargers

An easily-digestible look at the two main types of forced induction.

Posted By

Feb 27, 2020