Koolt Creations Built An Ultra Minimalistic Motocross-Inspired Dirt Scrambler Moto

Founder and proprietor of Koolt Creations, Stefan Lantschner is a Barcelona-based custom motorcycle builder that was raised on a farm in Northern Italy. His childhood love for all things BMX and dirtbike has hugely influenced the character and design of his two-wheeled works as an adult, with a distinctive, clean, and minimalistic style that wonderfully blends form and function. And this influence and signature style is on full display in Koolt’s latest creation, an awesomely-tidy, blacked-out scrambler with an unmistakable MX-theme.

Starting with Yamaha’s XT600, very little of the dual-exhaust-port donor remains in play, save for the front half of the chassis, the swing-arm, and the 595cc SOHC single. Bespoke framework and a perched subframe now accommodate a single-piece tank and side number plate combo, along with a monoposto saddle. A skid plate, two-into-one high-mount exhaust, and a custom carbon fiber front number board all further the motocross theme. Pedal rotors, Magura controls, and toothed foot pegs all allow for improved rideability, too. A blacked out paint job and flat track-style tires complete the package. To see more of Koolt Creations work, you can check out the shop’s Instagram page linked below.

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