In its current version, the 1250 Bandit does not (more) dream … If it is known that a slight upgrade is scheduled for 2015 , Cafe Racer that we presenting today reminds us that the “old” Suzuuki is an excellent basis for work .
Since 1991 and the arrival on the French market Bandit 400, the Japanese roadster has evolved with the times, even if one feels that today it looks more like a neo-retro roadster to a distinctly contemporary.
The latest development is getting old 2007 and had be to drop the legendary block air/oil to stick a block liquid cooling. If, seven years later, the Bandit does not attract the crowds, we must recognize that after seeing this preparation signed by Hans A. Muth and Daniel Händler designers, the roadster Hamamatsu is still delicious to watch once past the workshop.
For this project, called “Fat Mile”, the two men were exposed to the granny he grafted a front fork GSX-R, PVM wheels, Brembo brakes and four silent Cobra, the most beautiful effect. For the aesthetic side, a heartfelt tone, half-handlebars, a few pieces of leather back cover and a minimalist saddle monoposto complete the table. Pretty is not it?
Here are some more beautiful pictures of Suzuki GSF 1250 Bandit Fat Mile by Daniel Händler & A.Muth in gallery bellow.
Let me know your views about this Suzuki GSF 1250 Bandit Fat Mile by Daniel Händler & A.Muth.