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This transformation comes to us from Leonardo Gil Vergara. This is his first Cafe Racer build, and we think it turned out great.

Here’s some information in this own words.

This is a Suzuki AX4 GD110 2010. I changed the exhaust, tires, seat, tank, handlebars, grips, mirrors, controls, directional, stop, filter, battery, and CDI. Leonard lives in Mexico City. Please share your thoughts on his creation.

cafe racer bike of the week

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6 replies
  1. Jason
    Jason says:

    Just had to pin this. Man oh man! Leonardo! What a cooool bike! For real. I spend my days researching bikes and checking different bikes out, but this is the coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. It’s amazing the foresight you have. Did you know what u wanted to do and did it look like this in your head? I’ve seen millions of chopped bikes, but this one truly speaks to me! Great job bro! I’d love to pick your brain! I’m gonna try n find u on Facebook, my name is Jason, from Bangor, Maine! So so cool. Is that an entirely new tank?

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  2. Leo
    Leo says:

    Hey Mate, great Job! Very refreshing to see some creativity around :-). I also enjoyed working with small bikes, they are easy to work with and lots of fun when you are ridding them. Have you consider to use a smaller seat and perhaps chop a bit the rear frame?

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