California-based motorcycle design company JSK Moto managed to craft a truly breathtaking custom motorbike by taking a 1990s-era Yamaha GTS1000 and tweaking its design and engine features to bring it in line with modern motorbike requirements.
Dubbed the 'Project Rhodium Omega,' this particular custom motorbike features laser-cut side vents and specially commissioned swinging works that give it a wonderfully feline appearance. Elsewhere, the motorbike comes with a refreshed steering mechanism whilst getting rid of the automated braking setup in order to decrease the vehicle's overall weight and enhance its overall aesthetic. A new and improved radiator and air intake system further optimizes the two-wheeler's performance.
This elegantly redesigned custom motorbike, which took nearly three years to build, speaks to the enduring appeal of rejuvenating and refashioning iconic automotive offerings for the modern enthusiast.