Studio Motor began featuring custom cars and motorcycles in 2008. Their inevitable path to creating unique customs in 2014 is a testament to their passion for combining automotive art with performance. One of their latest masterpieces, the Studio Motor Kawasaki Ninja 650 Motorcycle, is garnering the recognition it deserves.
Kawasaki’s reputation needs no introduction, their Ninja bikes are a longstanding icon among rivals and enthusiasts. The Kawasaki ER-6N, also known as the Ninja 650, is a popular and reliable mid-sized commuter bike. Visually speaking, it has some room for improvement, which is why Studio Motor turned one into a project.
It takes big bolts for a custom motorcycle builder to attempt such a feat, but Studio Motor set out to give the Ninja 650 more stylish armor. After all, a ninja riding a twin parallel engine with a capable chassis surely deserves a sharper sword.
Starting with stripping the bike down, the first order of business was making room for an Ohlins Front End from Ducati. A custom subframe allows for the relocation of the battery and electronics housing. Brembo calipers on both wheels add a golden touch along with impressive stopping power.
Studio Motor’s in-house metalworking shines through the custom bike’s unibody style. Shaping the 3.2 mm aluminum plating to perfectionist standards, the Studio Motor Kawasaki Ninja 650 Motorcycle looks stealthy enough to know you don’t want to mess with it. This is a well-built machine, dark grey paint from Sikkens adds the finishing touch.
From handling and suspension upgrades to updating the lighting all around the bike, this redefines the popular commuter experience. Most importantly, the bike looks a lot better than a stock ER-6N. There is no doubt this motorcycle would be even more popular if they all looked and performed like this.
Feel free to visit the official site to see all the details behind this build. Who knows what they will do next?
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