The other day we had a pic of a Shovelhead getting dirty.
Mike sent me a pic of how he cleans his SR500
"Rex, loved the pic of the ‘Hog in the mud’ the other day. But you know, if you’re gonna get your bike dirty, you better be prepared to clean that bad-boy off ! Here’s how we do it up here ( my long-suffering SR was the victim ).
Best part? There was a fence, just off camera, with a hole, and an abyss, and I could see bugger all once I hit the water. Would I do it again? You bet!
Hope all is well with you. Counting the days ( the weather is NOT cooperating) before we get rolling again.
Cheers, Mike C”
A customised Yamaha SR400 by Gasoline in Sydney. It’s got some nice lines, what do you guys reckon?
It’s always good to see a well put together Street Tracker.
SR400/500’s are a great base for a street tracker, especially around the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia where the 400cc single would be classed as a big bike and certainly stand out amongst a sea of scooters.
The bike was built and the pics taken by Justin Stewart who is based In Phonm Penh.