Yamaha XV750 by Moto Adonis

Jul 10, 2017

Category: Rides

Based out of Roosendaal, Holland Moto Adonis specializes in Brat Styles, Cafe Racers, Scramblers, Trackers, and Bobbers. Quite the bag of tricks if you ask us. But it’s only when we saw this XV750 that we became true believers of what the Dutch workshop was capable of behind closed doors.

Here, they started by swapping the more industrial front end of the stock bike for that of a 2012 Yamaha YZF-R1 – including the forks, wheel, and brake system. From here, a Benelli tank was mounted into place and then the time came to rebuild the subframe. They also fitted the bike’s saddle to comfortably nestle at the mouth of the new fuel tank and outfitted the rear end of the bike with a LED strip for lighting along with blinkers and a keyless ignition system compliments of Motogadget. The keynote piece here, however, has to be the custom exhaust, hand made from 40mm stainless steel that winds its way around the engine and feeds into the bike’s GP muffler helping this ride roar to life with every throttle.

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