Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer Gallery

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  • The use of Bi-single arm makes it look weird, beautiful and, of course, original
    This makes both ends have single-sided swingarms that are wrapped around 17” Triumph Daytona 955 wheels
  • The chassis is heavily modified and has been moderatley cut short
    to accommodate the single saddle and a straight exhaust piece
  • The extend exhaust can get the Lazareth mark with the integrated LED brake light
  • The bodywork that falls on your eyes is all made of carbon-fiber
    including the panels, tail hump, belly pan and the outer shell of the aluminum fuel tank
  • Custom built TFX Suspension units find their place horizontally, mounted in "double floating system"
    ensures progressiveness and improved efficiency.
  • The tank section deliberately tapers to show a glimpse of the velocity stacks
  • The cockpit sports drag bars, bar-end mirrors, and an Acewell digital speedo
  • Naturally, Lazareth has equipped a host of high-performance parts
    like the Brembo brake calipers and a smattering of Rizoma parts all across the build
  • If you wish to take charge of this, get out a cheque for $53,000
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    The use of Bi-single arm makes it look weird, beautiful and, of course, original
    This makes both ends have single-sided swingarms that are wrapped around 17” Triumph Daytona 955 wheels
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    The chassis is heavily modified and has been moderatley cut short
    to accommodate the single saddle and a straight exhaust piece
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    The extend exhaust can get the Lazareth mark with the integrated LED brake light
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    The bodywork that falls on your eyes is all made of carbon-fiber
    including the panels, tail hump, belly pan and the outer shell of the aluminum fuel tank
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    Custom built TFX Suspension units find their place horizontally, mounted in "double floating system"
    ensures progressiveness and improved efficiency.
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    The tank section deliberately tapers to show a glimpse of the velocity stacks
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    The cockpit sports drag bars, bar-end mirrors, and an Acewell digital speedo
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    Naturally, Lazareth has equipped a host of high-performance parts
    like the Brembo brake calipers and a smattering of Rizoma parts all across the build
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
    If you wish to take charge of this, get out a cheque for $53,000
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer
  • Monsieur Lazereth and his Yamaha R1 Cafe-Racer