Undeniably one of the most robust bikes Kawasaki introduced in 2006 was Ninja 650R/F.
The faired sibling of naked ER-6n has a 649 cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke para twin motor effectively made 53 kW (71 hp) @ 8,500 rpm and 66.0 Nm (48.7 lb-ft) @ 7,000 rpm torque.
Later in 2012 Kawasaki dropped ‘R’ from the Ninja 650. The well built mid-size commuter was famous for its performance.
However, never appreciated for its age-old looks Alex Gao of Cowboy’s Company took advantage and recreated to a sleek retro custom.
Taipei based Gao resurrected the old age base to see the custom gets into the perfect mould.
The build gets the hand made aluminium tank with slightly narrow leather step seat. The neat alloy covers support the tank. All this is hold by a custom made thick subframe.
Further, to enhance the retro, the custom gets vertical asymmetrical headlight while the rear comes complemented by a small round tail light sits on the rear fender.
Another excellent match to the design is two thick pipes with the chubby stainless steel exhaust.
Gao offers two custom setups for the cockpit: the silver swing arm, green fuel tank, silver frame and subframe.
The other option comes with logos, classic tires and radiator guard.