Well done to Michel Szozda and the crew at Cool Kid Customs for making the pages of BikeExif with their GSXR 750 Slabby 'Neo Tokyo'.
In case you don't know, BikeExif is probably the world's foremost custom bike blog and to appear there is a worthy achievement. I've recently started reading BikeExif again after a long absence because it really is a high quality publication and I was genuinely missing out.
So why did I stop reading BikeExif?
Well y'see, the comment section is haven for opinionated trolls who consider themselves to be paragons of good taste and design excellence who think every bike should conform to their ideal of a cafe racer.
And after reading an informative article and looking at the accompanying high quality photographs I would automatically start reading the comment section. And after reading about ten comments, my blood pressure and temper would rise until I was ready to punch someone.
Every fucking time.
Even though I would promise myself that this time, I wouldn't read the comments...
Okay, enough already. This article isn't about me, it's about Cool Kid Customs' bike and their achievement. This bike has appeared before on MERCENARY in various guises up to the ultimate version you see here and I've enjoyed watching that journey. And I can honestly say this is one of my favorite bikes, ever.
So head on over to BikeExif and read the article, look at the pictures and maybe just this once, read the comments... https://www.bikeexif.com/custom-suzuki-gsx-r750
Images Duy Vu Dinh via BikeExif
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