I have owned a Black Kawasaki W which is really good as standard stock model but there are always certain things that just don’t seem quite right, at least to your taste. Standard stock stop and direction lights don’t look that great in general. So you start changing little bits here and there and by the time you know it, you would love to change the bike completely. Well the owner of this 2002 Kawasaki W650 didn’t waste any time. As soon as he bought it he gave straight to Macco’s Custom garage to make the bike a comfortable everyday ride and make it look a bit meaner but not too flashy. New tank, welding work on the frame, chocolate brown saddle, fiberglass fenders, mesh lined vents, Hago Nitro shocks, Tracker handlebars, Motogadget speedo, Bitwell footpegs…the list goes on and you can see nothing was spared for this beautiful custom work. I couldn’t have imagined such a transformation on Kawasaki W. Which really makes you appreciate the work and creativity that goes behind customizing bikes.
TRD: It’s far from what I’m riding at the moment, a rented scooter with a surf rack in Bali