Yamaha has concentrated a lot on the Yard Built concept. This time Yamaha and JvB-moto from Germany unveiled the ,,Super Seven” based the new XSR700 classic roadster. This again shows the broad range of possibilities that the MT-07 platform has to offer when aiming for unique custom builds.
JvB-moto’s Super Seven has only exterior modifications with the frame left untouched. Many components used on the Super Seven were manufactured by the JvB-moto’s garage like the custom retro headlight, side panels, or seat. Also the Daytona Speedometer is held in place by mountings manufactured by JvB-moto as well.
Fuel tank has been striped down of paint for a raw approach. Side engine covers are sandblasted along with other small parts for perfect finish. The LSL handlebar is held in place by custom made risers. Front forks are stock but they wee also modified.
The best part is that all components provided by JvB-moto for the Super Seven will be available as add-on parts for the Yamaha XSR700.