Indonesian Custom Kawasaki KZ200 Looks Fantastic

Indonesian Custom Kawasaki KZ200 7 photos
Photo: Darizt Design
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Agus Darizt works in a bike workshop in Indonesia. Yep, there is not too much to say about this part of the planet when it comes to motorcycles, save for the fact that Indonesia, like pretty much all Asia is filled with small bikes and scooters.
Nevertheless, here we go with a nifty customized Kawasaki KZ200 (yes, a small one) outed form the Darizt Design workshop in Java.

While being incredibly modest, Agus calls his creations “attempts”. Despite this name, the bikes work fine and even more - they look great, and the 12th Attempt does not stray form the path. You'll most likely be surprised to learn that this bike is, in spite of its diminutive displacement (for European or US standards, at least), one of the biggest machines on the roads of Indonesia.

The engine has not suffered any modifications, but the rest of the bike did: the 12th Attempt now has large and eye-catching white powder-coated rims, a custom exhaust and a Yamaha FZ16 fork. The rear end has been loaded with dual aftermarket shocks.

The brass accents on the bike give it a somewhat steampunk or Art Deco feeling which is absolutely lovely.
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