Taverne Motorcycle Garage shows off its sleek custom design of the all-time favourite Kawasaki ER-6N.
This custom Kawasaki ER-6N or Ninja 650 is set to capture your hearts. The model has been a fan-favourite since the 2000s and is the perfect ride for anyone that is seeking for something more practical and convenient. Not to mention, its economical nature garners a lot of attention, as quoted from Pipeburn. France’s Taverne Motorcycle Garage took on this Kawasaki and gave a new and refreshed design to accentuate its size and nature.
Kawasaki Street Tracker: The Build
According to sources, Taverne Motorcycle Garage featured a Daytona 955i at the front-end. It then further included a single Beringer disc setup complete with a custom rotor. The radiator went through an update and the bike now comes with a stainless steel GP-style silencer from SC-Project.
The exterior of the bike went through a slight change, with the factory subframe being replaced with a new one-off unit to support the tail section. The garage built a handmade tracker tail section to include the number plates to the sides. The bike also features LED running lights.
Kawasaki Street Tracker: The Paint Scheme
To top it off, the garage finished the exterior by coating the chassis, subframe, crash protection and swing-arm in white. They then featured some dark sparkle metallic green accents in the stock rims to retain the Kawasaki signature look. Parts of the bike also comes with laters of white, silver and neon green accent lines.
The seat is made from the same perforated leather that was used on the ER-6N’s one-off saddle. The garage also used the same leather for the frame’s lower side covers. Accompanying this is the green hoses and brake lines, modified levels and the Michelin Anakee Wild Tires.
The visuals of the Kawasaki definitely lives up to the satisfaction. Taverne Motorcycles retained the bike’s overall vibe but upgraded the details to give it a modern and futuristic element.