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March 29th, 2016

The Suzuki GN125 Vintage Scrambler from Unikat is a combination of passion for speed and visual art experience put together. The GN series from Suzuki was a standard motorcycle in the market since early ’80s in three categories, the GN125, GN250 and GN400. Here, Unikat has used a Suzuki GN125 to transform it into what they call it as a Vintage Scrambler. Unikat which specializes in cafe racer and scrambler styles is led by the multi-talented Grzegorz Korczak. Grzegorz is an educated cinematographer, a visual artist whose work were exhibited in the most important Polish Museums and has contributed as a special effects director to an Oscar nominated movie called ‘Rabbit a la Berlin’ as well. Hence, Unikat is into professional moto photography and has a motorcycle custom workshop in Poland as well.

Suzuki GN125 by Unikat Right Side Profile

For this Suzuki GN125 Vintage Scrambler from Unikat, there was technical renovation done on its air-cooled SOHC single-cylinder engine and was fit on the custom frame design. The fuel tank was relocated to make the custom seat to match the flow of lines. While the T-plate got Enduro handlebars in the front, the K&N high flow air filter and Shorai battery were snugged in the mid-section, a handcrafted exhaust and db-killer were fit in the lower section. The rear got the new custom suspension 18” wheel with powder coating as well.

Suzuki GN125 by Unikat Right Rear Three QuartersSuzuki GN125 by Unikat Motorcycles Front

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