Yamaha XS650 Custom built Cafe-tracker. Designed and built by renown San Diego custom bike builder Richard Pollock, of Mule Motorcycles, this bike is currently on Vic Club rego and done approximately 1,000k's since completion and arrival down-under.
While basically an XS650, the engine has been bored to 750cc, forks are from a Buell M2 Cyclone, and the Swingarm is mid-’80's Yamaha’s Radian roadster. Helping to give the bike its unique hybrid style is an aluminum Storz café-style “bread loaf” fuel tank, originally intended for a Harley Sportster, the tank needed its tunnel heavily reworked to mate with the XS frame. Because the owner wasn’t enamored with the usual kicked-up flat-track tail, Pollock grafted a rear frame loop from a Wood-Rotax with its minimalistic, tightly drawn bodywork. Both tank and tail looking like they were destined to be together, are finished in a simple paint scheme, a pearl-white and maroon take on the old Yamaha racing colors. Artwork on the gas tank is the company’s classic tuning-fork logo as envisaged by Salvador Dali. A fabulous looking bike and far less than a third the replacement value.
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