Kawasaki Versys 650 ’13 "THE JERK" by Studio Motor
Kawasaki Versys 650 ’13 "THE JERK" by Studio Motor
24 Jul Custom
Sponsored by Moto Animals

One day customer came to the garage Studio Motor and brought his Kawasaki Versys 650. He asked what they would do with it. He didn’t want a Café Racer, He wanted a bike suitable for everyday life that He could also ride off-road. He wantedride it to the horse stable every day. Which gave them an idea to build a mix between a street and an off-road bike. The first step was the removal of the factory plastics, bodywork and not so cool, or classic windshield.


To replace the original bodywork the Studio Motor team handcrafted a new tank out of 1.2 mm galvanized steel. Its unique shape was designed to hug the flowing lines of the stock frame perfectly. Finished in metallic, candy orange with silver panels at the side tank it’s more suited to the bike than the factory tank ever was and features a signature style Studio Motor Design fuel cap. The only modification to the frame came in the form of a new tail loop.


The loop includes a passenger grab rail which supports a Scrambler style tuck and roll seat, which was also designed and built in house at our workshop. For a more retro look the stock exhaust was replaced with a custom 2-into-1 stainless steel header and vintage style reverse megaphone muffler. The original rims were then treated to a set of dual sport Avon Distanzia 120/70-17 and 160/60-17 for front and rear. The stock bars replaced by Pro Taper fatbar. Custom made fenders and a unique headlight and retro tail light combo were then all that was left to complete THE JERK. Overall, the style and paintwork was intended to remind you of the modern scrambler bike.


Specification :

  • Body Custom by STUDIO MOTOR
  • Painting & Airbrush by KOMET Studio
  • Pro Tapper Fatbar Handlebar
  • Custom Headight
  • Aftermarket Taillight
  • Avon Distanzia 120/70-17 & 160/60-17 (Front and Rear)
  • Custom Exhaust System by STUDIO MOTOR

Written by Donny Ariyanto







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