- Brat Style, Scrambler
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- Poole, UK
- Days listed:
- 7 days
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New Pro Build from Side Rock Cycles. Brat / Street Scrambler inspired.
Just completed and shot by Built magazine last weekend for next issue. Originally planned to show at Tobacco Dock (SRC bikes have been shown for last 4 years) the build got put back due to some extra customer builds.
The complete build is based around a factory mint 1995 Suzuki GN250 what was £2k as a donor (all fully checked) and then a full custom build inc hand made leather seat, matching leather grips, cream and red tank (that photos don't do justice). A lot of love, time, new parts and money have gone into this show piece bike. It should be a lot more but we have other bikes to build !
Spec details below and please ask any questions. The bike also is available to view at Coast cafe & bike shop ( wearecoast.com insta @wearecoast). Only 100 miles from London for a easy drive or train.
See more about Side Rock Cycles at http://siderockcycles.com
The bike has a great sound with a real fun ride. Has MOT, V5C and invoice (& MCN checklist) of the donor bike.
The new build included:
New, shorter rear frame loop fabricated and a new custom seat base made and covered in premium 'New Delhi' brown leather , with matching grips.
Re-worked fork internals to lower the front end to create a flatter stance.
New dual purpose , fatter , Bridgestone Trail Wing tyres.
Lightweight , brushed alloy mudguards.
Electrics relocated to custom under seat tray.
New lightweight Lithium Iron battery relocated under the swinging arm.
New Acewell speedo/tacho combo.
Micro LED indicators and LED tail light.
Re worked wiring loom.
New lightweight alloy 'Fat Bars' with billet alloy risers.
Oberon bar end billet alloy mirror and matching bar end weight.
Re-jetted Mikuni carb with SB cone filter.
New free flowing satin black with chrome end cap short reverse cone mega silencer .
Tank custom painted in pearlescent creme with candy apple red inlays and black border pinstripes.
- it took a lot of time with lots of cups of tea 1
The guys at Built mag loved it and I am sure you will too !
Mike & Pete.