Wrenchmonkees Kawasaki W650 Mistress
Here’s number 22 to roll out of the Wrenchmonkees workshop and she’s a beauty. The Mistress is based around one of my favourite parallel twins, the Kawasaki W650 and although it’s not a Cafe Racer it looks like loads of fun. This W is ready for off-road action with knobbly tires, MX style bars, MX style pegs and upgraded suspension. I’m particularly fond of the flat metallic paint and lighting bolt graphics, simple and full of style like everything the WM guys put together.
The Mistress was commissioned by Mistress Gentlemens Motorcycle Club a motorcycle club based in Lisbon. The club allows members to ride a selection of bikes they have in stock on a credits scheme including the Mistress. For more photos and details about the bike head over to Pipeburn or hit the play button below to see and hear her in action.
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