Bike Of The Day: Modified 2001 Yamaha XVS1100

Autovero Bike-Works in London has carried out a ground-up ‘Bobber’ conversion on this 2001 Yamaha XVS1100, leading to a totally modified bike. The bike is powered by a 1063cc four-stroke V-twin engine mated to a five-speed gearbox.

The modifications made to its look embody rebuilt and chopped forks with new seals, oil and fork gaiters, {custom} handlebars, new grips, and distinctive LED indicators situated on the bar ends.

Moreover, a bespoke custom-made wrapped exhaust system is put in, together with a vintage-style headlight and mounting brackets, custom-made rear fender and hangers, a {custom} rear gentle holder, and a side-mounted quantity plate.

The tank options AutoVero Bike-Works branding, and the bike has a custom-style solo seat trimmed in brown leather-based, with a floating pillion passenger seat that may be simply eliminated with out instruments.

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