Marco Yaya from Redmond, Washington is a car guy that I met at a classic car event. As all car guys we tend to fiddle with all things powered by combustion engines and Marco is not an exception. This full custom is his latest creation. If I had to pigeonhole this ride it would probably be a cross between a bobber and a board track bike.
Mixing different styles can be a treacherous area but Marco pulled it off. Regardless, we dig the all business style of course.
Marco is now working on some old school Benellis that will get the custom treatment. We can’t wait to see what he will come up with.
1971 Yamaha XS1 Engine (650cc) Parallel Twin (completely overhauled to new specs) Customized frame with hard tail rear section
Customized fuel tank and owner built seat.
Custom adapted 19″ rear wheel and 21″ front.
Custom built up and over exhaust system with custom silencer baffels.
Custom built wiring harness with cloth wires and battery-less ignition.
Custom built handlebars and controls.
In other words: ALL Custom
Thankd for sharing you bike with us.