Workshop Boneyard Kustoms is located in South Australia, its main activity resurrection motorcycles discarded in a landfill, mostly Japanese motorcycle 70s. Manages workshop Tvigden Heath (Heath Twigden), whose life is inseparably connected with motorcycles.
Construction of custom bikes started with buying on Ebay Yamaha DT250. the motorcycle was in poor condition and had no choice as to sort out all the bike from top to bottom. To give the bike an aggressive look of the subframe has been completely digested, eventually became the custom later. The front fork of the Suzuki TS185 was also lowered, from the same motorcycle got spetsovannye, chrome wheels. The exhaust system was designed and recreated the sound and now it resembles a swarm of buzzing bees. In conclusion, custom bike was painted in a color close to the original.
According to Heath despite the ease of it it was a tough project, but the result exceeded all expectations, has turned a light, agile and cheerful street tracker output.