The Suzuki GS1000, a visually striking motorcycle, has undergone a two-year cafe racer-style rebuild. The custom GS1000’s frame was specifically crafted to accommodate the bespoke seat, and the swingarm was modified to fit a larger rear wheel. The wheels, featuring lightweight Akront spokes, are equipped with a mix of Pirelli and Continental tires.
It cruises on shortened front fork legs and YSS adjustable rear shocks. The front mudguard is a custom creation made from aluminum, painted in a gloss black that matches, while the rear cowl is fabricated from steel. Stopping power is provided by the original brake calipers.
The engine showcases a run-in Wiseco big-bore piston kit, open carburetors, velocity stacks, and a Delkevic UK straight-through exhaust. Additional equipment includes a Honda CB750 fuel tank, custom foot pegs, all-new bearings, Kellerman three-in-one mini indicators, a concealed wiring loom, a custom headlight, and clip-on handlebars with custom CNC brackets and Barracuda Motorcycle Accessories bar-end indicators.