1992 Yamaha SR 250 Neo Racer

This is my second SR 250 Special. The first was a bobber, and with this one I wanted to prove that I could achieve an absolutely different result with the same base.
I really wanted to build a café racer, but wanted it to look completely different to the rest I had seen, with a neoclassical flare to it.
And of course, I wanted it to go faster and perform better than stock.
The fiberglass parts were the hardest, as a one man band and trial and error method, the front fairing took 3 takes and the tail 4 to get them perfect.
And of course homologation, as this bike had to be (and is) 100% street legal. Spain is very tough on custom bikes, even more than Germany, believe it or not…
Mod list:
– Handmade front fairing (from foam blocks to fiberglass).
– Handmade tail (from foam blocks to fiberglass).
– Integrated LED strip tailight.
– Modded windshield from a 2014 Yamaha YZF125.
– Front fairing handmade brackets.
– Classic bike headlight.
– metal headlight “X” shape protector.
– relocated speedo.
– Handmade idiot lights.
– Aluminum bolts.
– micro led flush front blinkers.
– FEHLING clip-ons.
– Forks internally modded (spring rate and rebound).
– HAGON shocks (custom units).
– HEL Braided brake line.
– bar end mirror on the left.
– Front mudguard heavily modded and polished.
– Full engine rebuild.
– High flow air filter.
– IXIL vintage exhaust.
– Simplified wire harness.
– Modded subframe.
– Aluminum footpegs.
– Handmade seat, upholstered in black waterproof leather-simil.
– Fiberglass battery box.
– Rear mudguard from a scooter, heavily modded to fit.
– handmade License plate bracket, can be detached with 4 screws in 2minutes.
– mini led Rear blinkers.
– Chainguard lightened and shortened.
– Pirelli classic tyres.
– Powder coated chassis, and rest of metal parts.
– Bodywork and rims 100% paint (no decals)

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