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December 15th, 2015

Luxo-Mad Max Racer.

In this time where customized cafe racer and the builders who build them are emerging like forest-fire, Diamond Atelier and their beautiful creations haven’t botched a beat to claim their name in the race. Here we are about to feature a fully customized, hand crafted Suzuki DR650 which has been transformed into a superb café racer by Diamond Atelier. Let’s see how it went and what changes were made to transform the Suzuki DR650; which required quite solid amount of imagination they say.

With the freshly built engine which batters 50 hp, the classic ‘70s look have been restored and additional modern changes have been inculcated to make the rider ease through today’s city movement . A handmade mask in the front and and a cowl at the seat were added after a chassis make-over including the new tail. With the modified main frame, the rear got a fully customized suspension set and 17’’ racing wheels at both the ends accompanied with the aggressive looking seats and low-slung clip-ons.

With these mentioned changes in the bike, this nimble looking cafe racer which as emerged from the Suzuki DR650 looks minimal when it comes to parts which are usually seen or been noticed in a traditional cafe racer; however, make no mistake as this cafe racer which not only displays Diamond Atelier’s sweat and blood but their pinnacle of creativity and skill as well.

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Photography by Philipp WulkDiamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe left angular front Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe left profile Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer aerial view Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer chain sprocket view Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer front Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer pod view from rear seat Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer rear wheel view Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer right side profile Diamond Atelier Suzuki DR650 cafe racer left angular rear view

H/T: High Snobiety

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