It’s a powerful bike and therefore we choose to use tires with a lot of grip; Supermotard rain tires (the Heidenau K73). These tires, together with the wide Renthal handle bars and the sporty seating, make the handling of this bike completely different. Instead of a race bike for highway use, it is a bike for city use and winding roads now.
The aluminum fenders add to the looks and allow for usage in Dutch weather: rain.. The seat is made by Toni’s Custom Works and the stitching in the seat matches the profile of the tires.
The speedometer is a Daytona Velona digital speedo; a cool and clean speedo with enough information for any biker (odo and speed).
The paintjob of the fuel tank is done in-house and because it is a bulky fuel tank with a wide frame below it, the black striping is made so that it looks like the box-frame continues through the fuel tank.
The original colors we had in mind for this fuel tank were vintage red, white and blue. But then Henrique walked in, wearing a green jacket and a green jumper and his only comment on our color choice was ‘And what about green?’. So green it is!