Darizt Design 16th Attempt, a Bike to Fall in Love With [Photo Gallery]
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Small-displacement motorcycles tend to be skinny and their looks does not impress too many guys. However, seeing the 16th Attempt by Darizt Design will turn a lot of heads, since it's a rather rare occasion to contemplate such a powerful, race-inspired approach to a small bike.
If you're looking for the original Kawasaki parts, they're nowhere to be found, as the Darizt 16th Attempt is almost entirely changed, head to toes. Custom tank with a classic cafe-racer lines, custom fork with a single monoshock, a totally naked design and a completely redesign frame make the original Kawasaki unrecognizable.
The rear part of the frame misses completely and the rear fender was minimized to a diminutive one, while the front one was eliminated completely. We just love the seat design with a direct-mounted horizontal shock absorber and slim profile, while the fat front tire screams aggressive attitude.
Intelligent wiring and cable routing maintain the very clean and neat aspect of the Darizt 16th Attempt and we can only hope you'll enjoy the photo gallery at least as much as we did.
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