2nd May 2013
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Saw a sweet little Honda on Instagram and asked Yandra for some pics He’s done well, real well…
"This Honda was my first motorcycle, and there is a lot of story behind every scratch and dent. Up to some point, I hate the look of it but I don’t want to sell it either. So then I decide to customized and give it a new look.
This streettracker-look motorcycle use the original engine and frame from a 2001 Honda GL200, or also known as Honda Tiger in Indonesia.
The only changes on the frame, was cutting the rear end frame and make a loop. I use an old Honda S90Z gas tank found at the local flea market. Custom made rear fender, front fender, seat and mufler. Lights, wheels and tires are aftermarket product.
This motorcycle still needs a few more detail work, but for now, “Jack” is ready to hit the road..
13th January 2013
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Saw another great bike on Instagram and asked for pics.
I find it amazing what the Indonesian shops are producing out of such “humble” bikes. Deus
have made some nice trackers out of GL200’s but this garage built cafe racer by Rio of Twenix Motorcycles is the best I’ve seen. What do you reckon?
"My name is Rionasta
I live in Indonesia, my workshop is in my garage, and I have build couple of bike.
fyi, the bike is Honda GL 200, in here we call it Honda Tiger.
The gas tank & body of the bike is fully made by hand, using iron and hammer. :)
because it’s not easy to find special tools for custom in here :(
The owner call his bike DOLORES, it’s mean pain,
when he get this bike, he has lose his Father. His Father said “your bike would be amazing, and I’ll see from the sky” before he left.
the Number 7 mean Lucky Number Seven, because he always get luck with that number. :)
Search for “RIONASTA” on Instagram
23rd September 2012
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A great custom bike by Daritz Design from Java Indonesia. India and Indonesia are producing customisers that are bringing some new ideas to the table.
This started off as a stock Honda GL200. Not much info on the Daritz site but in searching for the bike I found it appeared on the infamous Bikermetric blog (check it out) with a whole lot more pics. Thanks Trent ya bastard. :)
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