Sameiros Motors S1 Tracker, a Skinny Honda Beast [Photo Gallery]
The donor bike was an '88 Dominator, but the actual machine retains little from the original build, as the Sameiros brothers have changed pretty much anything they could. We totally loved the light air of the bike: with the airbox gone and the filter replaced with a high flow conical one, the rear of the bike remained as clean as it gets, and with the new subframe, things are even better.
The shortened frame adds a very sporty stance to the bike and the retro flat seat is a great match for the whole build. Everything seems to be diminutive about the S1, especially the tank, sourced from a '52 100cc Terrot machine, and the miniature front fender. The knobby tires add a nifty contrast with the careful, minimalist build, and look almost brutal when compared to delicate attire of the S1.
The wrapped pipes end up into a Wrenchmonkees Muffler Shorty silencer and we could vouch for a glorious sound, just by looking at it. This bike got nicknamed “Loose the Wheels” and judging by its powerful character, we daresay the Sameiros brothers can really do great things from now on, as this debut machine is really, really nifty. Seen on Vintage Racers.
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