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Free Range 920

Our love affair with the admittedly uncool Yamaha XV has come to an amicable end. I don’t see us buying up any more of them for Classification, but the last few in the line have been kind of a blast. Like this one. Built for Kristian Niemi — an amazing chef and owner of BOURBON (bourboncolumbia.com) and ROSSO TRATTORIA (rossocolumbia.com) in Columbia, South Carolina, the old 920R got the Level 3 treatment and is ready for adventures on or off the road. We took our standard front end swap a step further and fitted spoked supermoto wheels front and rear. The stock XV swing arm is retained, but we upgraded to a tasty Progressive Suspension 465 shock with Remote Adjustable Preload. Some chunky tires, a cool old leather seat and a repurposed cargo basket complete the vibe. Look for Kristian running his culinary errands on this beast down south.

Specifications

  • Donor: 1982 Yamaha XV920R
  • Front end: 2005 Kawasaki ZX6R with CM front end conversion & upper clamp
  • Front wheel: Warp 9 17” supermoto
  • Front brakes: 2005 Kawasaki ZX6R caliper and rotor
  • Swing arm: Stock XV920R
  • Rear shock: Progressive Suspension 465 Series shock with Remote Adjustable Preload
  • Rear wheel: Warp 9 17” supermoto
  • Tires: Shinko 700 Series (front), Kenda Big Block (rear)
  • Tank: Modified XV920R
  • Exhaust: Custom stainless
  • Gauge: Acewell Digital
  • Seat: Custom. Upholstered in leather by Roy Baird, RVA
  • Battery: Shorai Lithium Ion
  • Chain: DID gold X-Ring
  • Extras: Removable cargo basket


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