Insan Motor Bekasi, an Indonesian Custom Motorcycle Company has transformed the Suzuki GSX-R150 sportsbike into a Cafe Racer.
Suzuki has unveiled a Custom Cafe Racer concept of the Suzuki GSX-R150 at the 2017 Indonesia International Motorshow. The bike has been extensively modified with 60 percent of the motorcycle’s parts being replaced.
One look at the bike, and the front reminds you of the Harley-Davidson Iron 883. The fairing has been removed from the 150cc motorcycle and there is fatter rubber at the front and instantly noticeable is the twin-disc setup. There’s a round headlight with an LED ring in it. The radiator gets body coloured guards.
At the side, there’s a shorter exhaust and since the fairing has been removed, the engine has been exposed. The custom GSX-R150 is every bit a typical cafe racer. The seats are all new and the handlebars are placed quite away from the seat. The rider has to crouch to reach them.
At the heart of this Suzuki is a 147.3cc single-cylinder, water-cooled, fuel-injected engine that comes coupled to a 6-speed gearbox, producing 19.17 HP of power and 14 Nm of torque. Suzuki hasn’t commented anything regarding the production of this custom GSX-R150 Cafe Racer, but there are rumours that this could possibly become a future variant of the GSX-R150 family.
Suzuki GSX-R150 Cafe Racer
– An Indonesian Custom Motorcycle Company has built this GSX-R150 Custom Cafe Racer
– The bike has been extensively modified with 60 percent of the motorcycle’s parts being replaced
– Suzuki hasn’t commented anything on the production of this custom GSX-R150 Cafe Racer
Source – Apipotoblog.com