Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design

Suzuki GSX-S750 Zero by Officine GP Design

What would be the best award for a custom bike building garage? What would give the most satisfaction to a bike builder? I think it would be the moment when a big motorcycle manufacturer asks You to build a custom, based on brand new bike they release.

And this is the story of this Suzuki GSX 750S. To be completely fair – I wouldn’t call Officine GP Design a “garage” as these guys are a well-recognized workshop. They specialize in Italian bikes mods. But regardless of these kind of details, it happened – Suzuki asked them to build a custom, based on their most successful model.

And the result is, as You’d expect, stunning. It has everything.

Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design

The design

Fairing based on a bubble visor from a helmet and a cool headlight with modern touch of LED. The rear end is pretty old-school squarish tribute to old sport bikes.

Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design

Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design

The performance

The wheels are 17″ OZ Gas Titanium with Michelin Power RS tires. 120/70 in front and 200/55 in the rear. Massive swing arm, the titanium exhaust and a double fuel cap is a nice touch to connect with Suzuki GP history.

Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design

The details

Paint is Suzuki blue. Accessories are from Lightec (rearsets, protectors etc). I believe that Suzuki is very pleased with the result 🙂

Suzuki GSX 750 “Zero” by Officine GP Design

Source: http://www.officinegpdesign.it/

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