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    Classified Moto XV920 Motorcycle

  • Stephen Wright

    1982 Yamaha Virago XV920R by Classified Moto named "XV920R6-R". I really like the modern cafe bikes.

  • Jose da Costa

    1982 Yamaha XV920R by Classified Moto, a custom motorcycle garage based in Richmond, Virginia

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Hah! Another bike with fork gaiters. I'm sure it is a trend... Really like the look of the Yamaha TR1 motor, and this is a nicely referential attempt at framing it. But why no mudguards...? Presumably designer doesn't intend anyone to actually ride it. Pity. Looks like it could be fun.

The ugly duckling becomes a swan: check out this amazing Yamaha Virago custom from Doc’s Chops.

É disso que eu to falando! A Classified Moto deveria ser consultora da Yamaha para lançamento das motos...

One of the coolest cafe racers I've seen in a while...

Can't get enough of this beauty. Its, unbelievably based on a Yamaha Virago, a shitty, camp old skool Harley rip off with a crappy engine... not no more