Suzuki GN 125 Bobber by DuongDoan

Suzuki GN125 Bobber

Suzuki GN125 Bobber

So this Bobber was build by Matt Storms and as he stated, this bike is just for art! “For me is not sheltered to ride but rather a hot diggity that would be great in my home”. This is a Suzuki and despite the fact that Suzuki began off making looms for apparel they have made considerable progress from that point forward. They make autos, ATV’s, cruisers, and a huge amount of other stuff. This is one incredible organization and they additionally made the Suzuki GN 125.

 

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Suzuki GN125 Bobber

The Suzuki GN125 motor’s taken from the before GS 125 machine which turned out in 1984, so it’s safe to say it has substantiated itself after some time. A dependable single chamber that has enough power for city driving, in spite of the fact that it has a hard time on long extends as it comes up short on top end speed on the open street and on slopes can display an issue if on the off chance that you have to get to where you are going quick. This is a moderate mover, it is worked for looks. The Suzuki GN125 can be stroppy when beginning from chilly. Needs a lot of revs as most carburetor bicycles need in the driving rain.

Suzuki GN125 Bobber

So, lets take a look at this bobber over from front to back. This bobber was implicit Japan and originate from a long line of Japanese bobber bikes. It has an erratic stainless steel pipe Air Cleaner. This bobber additionally has on the off chance that you see a custom cruiser outline and a wild looking cleaned aluminum sprung tractor seat.

Suzuki GN125 Bobber

I wish I could give more points of interest yet the dialect for motorcycle is kinda huge. I used to live in japan while I was in the Navy however unfortunately I have overlooked the majority of the dialect so I can’t get substantially more in the subtle elements on this Suzuki bobber cruiser.

Suzuki GN125 Bobber

 

In case you want to create a piece of art too.

 

Take a look!

 

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