One fateful day a young man laid down his Daytona 675 on the streets of Houston, Texas. Shaken but not stirred, he limped the bike home and parked it for a spell until stumbling across Classified Moto. There began project “Doomsdaytona”. Our customer, AJ, said he was tired of trying to enjoy a sport bike on the rough roads in his hometown. He wanted something a little more apocalyptic. The 675 is way more technologically advanced than most of our platform bikes, and, knowing our limitations, we agreed to leave alone the things that worked well while giving the machine a complete aesthetic transformation. First in our sights was the fuel tank. The large “wings” were shaved off and the sides reworked, resulting in some visual weight loss — and an actual loss in fuel capacity. To counter this we came up with an underseat auxiliary fuel tank that connects via quick release to the main tank to let the rider put a few more miles between him and the zombies. Big, knobby dual sport tires, motocross bars and a dual light setup round out the look. Oh, and the thing is still frighteningly fast, making the Doomsdaytona another reason not to mess with Texas.