Suzuki cafe racers, scramblers and trackers
A selection of the best Suzuki-based custom motorcycles, from sleek cafe racers to Gixxer restomods, plus scramblers and street trackers. See more at…
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As the all-black paint job implies, this Katana means business. But then again, that's how dB Customs likes to build 'em.
If there's one word to describe Holger Breuer's bikes, it's 'crisp.' Here, he's turned a tired old Suzuki DR650 into a slick city scrambler. [Image by Emayat Wahab]
Big or small, K-Speed customizes them all. The Suzuki GD 110 is a skinny little commuter bike — but they saw potential for more. So they turned it into a cheeky custom, full of attitude.
The first-gen Suzuki GSX-R1000 is over 20 years old already — so Team Classic Suzuki is taking it racing in the European Endurance Cup. Take a closer look at their new race bike, now headlining our latest Speed Read at BikeEXIF.com.
Make superbikes neon again; that's what HAXCH has done with this Suzuki GSX-R1000. Builder Marc Bell has redressed it in bodywork that takes inspiration from older slabside and slingshot Gixxers... earning it the nickname 'The Slabshot.'
Spain's Bolt Motor Co. has turned Suzuki's biggest single into a svelte street tracker. It's the Kevin Schwantz RGV500 Lucky Strike-inspired livery that does it for us.
What happens when a legendary Japanese workshop customizes an iconic motorcycle? Magic, that’s what. This Suzuki Katana comes from AC Sanctuary, and mixes retro cool with modern tech.
A boxed aluminum frame, round headlights, three-spoke wheels and and bold graphics; nothing epitomizes the dawn of the 90s like this modified Suzuki GSX-R750 from the Dutch workshop Cool Kid Customs.
"Though it may not seem like it, the Suzuki DR350 is the perfect platform for an 'adventure scrambler.' It has a strong six-speed gearbox and a single-cylinder thumper with enough oomph to get my 200-pound ass to the ton (downhill)." Read how Gregory George Moore turned his little DR into a very stylish custom scrambler.
This Suzuki GS500E is from Earth Motorcycles of Slovakia, and it's clean enough to eat off. It's been given new bodywork and GS1100 forks, and the engine has been totally rebuilt—and vapor blasted for that factory-fresh look.
Victor Wilkens of Seattle, Washington has gone all-out with his custom 1986 Suzuki GSX-R750. This retro superbike now wears a slew of mods—including a Bandit 1200 engine swap for extra power and an appropriately bonkers livery.
Less weight, more power and extra style. This custom Suzuki GSX1400 from Australia's Purpose Built Moto is an absolute beast.
This Suzuki GSX 1100 swaps the angular Katana silhouette for smooth, classic sport tourer lines. A brave move by the Imbarcadero 14 Venice workshop, but to our eyes, it looks terrific.
Is there anything cooler than a VanVan with a cooler? This brilliant little beach cruiser comes from the minds behind the flat track magazine Sideburn.
Edi Buffon is known for his wildly imaginative customs. This Suzuki GS650 bobber is a typical Machine 1867 build—with radical looks, and laden with complex solutions to non-existent problems. And Edi built it without spending a dime (well, almost).
This elegant custom Suzuki follows a template that the Japanese workshop Heiwa has developed over the last few years. It’s based on the humble TU250 Grasstracker Big Boy—a 250 cc single-cylinder commuter with classic charm.
With a rebuilt motor, and upgraded suspension and wheels, this little Suzuki GN250 scrambler from Purpose Built Moto is big on fun.
This cheeky Suzuki GN250 bobber isn’t the usual style of Buenos Aires workshop STG Tracker, but that didn’t stop them from having fun with it. Their client only had a few requests, so they looked to the East, drawing inspiration from the Japanese chopper and bobber scene.
HB-Custom tastefully inject some café racer style into the classic Hans Muth Suzuki Katana.
Slavo Danko of Free Spirit Motorcycles does things his own way. Which is why this incredible, supermoto-inspired Suzuki GN250 went through multiple redesigns—and took four years to build.
Australian custom builder Cheyne Speak has captured a little bit of that 90s graphic vibe with this Suzuki TS185 street tracker, and we’re all for it.
Our Editor's Choice of the top ten customs of 2021 is out. Here's one of the picks: A Suzuki SV650 street tracker from Stoker Motorcycles of Helsinki.
Team Classic Suzuki are back, with a 1996 GSX-R750 SRAD built up for classic racing events. This SRAD started life as a retired factory endurance racer, and now features a slipper clutch, a magnesium offset sump, a close ratio six-speed gearbox, and a factory Yoshimura exhaust system.
It's as if the last 100 years never happened. The Arizona workshop WYLD has traveled back in time with this modern reinterpretation of a classic 1920s board tracker—powered by an aircooled Suzuki 250cc engine.
It's a miracle this custom DR-Z400SM got built. But despite a pandemic, a house eviction and a life-threatening tumor, Sebastian Achaval succeeded brilliantly.