Here are photos of Zephyr 750 from Germany, which I received from my client recently. Surely, the most noticeable about this motorcycle is the fabulous painting made by airbrush artisan according to the design of Zephyr owner. Despite its apparent simplicity, yet being made with silver leaf and airbrush, it steps over the edge between ordinary motorcycle paint and art. And for sure, there is a spirit of everlasting classics around vintage Kawasaki-Meguro emblem neatly fitted in paint scheme. Moreover, I wish to draw your attention to a solution with an emblem on the tail.
There are a lot of CNC and custom parts added and handmade. Between them are: my favourite 8″ headlight, handmade side covers and bracket for gauges, CNC-ed headlight holders and sprocket cover, end bar mirrors, 3in1 turn lights (so rear ones have a function of tail and brake lights), exhaust mufflers, and so on and so forth. All these things were meticulously selected by the owner of the motorcycle, and they all made his Zephyr unique and special. In my turn, I am proud to take a hand in this beautiful motorcycle by making the kit for it.
Yep, one more thing. The spoked wheels deserve particular attention. They are remarkable, because they were installed on this Zephyr 750 in 1993, three years before Kawasaki Heavy Industries started to do this very thing. The spoked wheels’ conversion was made to order by the dealer from which the motorcycle was purchased. This conversion includes WIWO hubs and Akront aluminum rims. What I like most in it is that it looks neat, it’s bolt-on and it utilizes the original brake disc. It’s damn cool now and I couldn’t even imagine how cool it was back in 1993.