1st March 2013
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Beautiful #Kawasaki #W650 #streettracker
27th February 2013
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One of my favourite Kawasaki W’s ever.
19th January 2013
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It’s no secret I have a penchant for the bikes that come out of Japan. Here is another example of a W650 customised in the Japanese bobber style.
Built by Jet Custom Cycles
30th December 2012
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Found Dom on Instagram and loved some of the bikes he had posted. I asked for more pics and he says this is all he’s got. He doesn’t have a shop, he just builds bikes for friends!
There are some talented garage builders out there hey!
Follow my french buddy on Instagram by searching for “domscustom”
12th December 2012
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B) Please keep my riding buddies upright and let the twisty roads be clean and clear. I do NOT want to sew any R.I.P patches on my leathers. If we have to prang, please allow it to be at low speed with an audience so that everyone can point and laugh.
C) Please let there be cold beer and good conversation at the end of every ride.
D) Please give me the money to pay for the Himalayan Motorcycle Tour that I’ve already booked for.
and almost finally, if I have any brownie points left at all.
E) May I have some more power for the W650.
Yours, In excited expectation for the coming silly season.
(with apologies to Doc Hillbilly of MCR. Look forward to hitting the Himalayas with you mate)
16th November 2012
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Rasmus is the 39th most common name in Sweden. It comes from the viking spirit of the sea who is something of a trickster and either benevolent or malevolent. It seems that Rasmus is the same as every other god and is completely psychopathic.
What has that got to do with the bike you see here?
Not much, but it is the name of the Swedish dude who built it. I noticed the Kawasaki W650 on Instagram and asked for more pics. Unlike the mythical Viking god, Rasmus was a complete gentleman and sent me the great pics you see here.
I’ll let Rasmus tell his story…
“I bought it completely stock last autumn and started working on it during the winter. My first idea was to make it to a “street tracker”, but as the project went on it turned out more like a scrambler looking bike.
Many of the parts are “bolt on” but I have tried to modify each part to fit nicer with the style I try to achieve and to get good lines on it. I have done almost everything on it by myself. Of course, it never gets finished… next thing to do is to remove the kneepads from the tank to make it cleaner.”
I shall be following “sthlmretard” on instagram to see the progress of his W650.
19th July 2012
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Kawasaki W650 custom bobber by AN-BU custom
A walk around YouTube video can be found here. Nice sound!
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