Doc's Chops Yamaha Virago Is Simply Stunning [Photo Gallery]
There are just few things left to remember the old XV750 machine, but the new Yamaha is simply glorious: it boasts a compact, clean design, screaming function and form alike, and all with a promise for a nice ride, too.
Riding the BuzzSaw with a heavy hand may require to grab the handlebars really tight, as the short, flat seat offers no back support. The foot controls have been repositioned to the rear, offering a more front-facing riding position, and the low-swung bars can provide a good support point, but still, the BuzzSaw looks really mean and should be treated accordingly.
The build was designed by leading photographer Erick Runyon of ChopperShotz fame, who also did the cleaning, grinding, cutting, sanding and painting, while the actual fabrication and assebly was Greg Hageman's (Doc's Chops) deed. And yes, we believe it smokes any Ducati Monster looks-wise.
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