Somewhere, far away on rural roads in the area of Scotland travels this beautiful Yamaha XS750. Its angular shape is clearly seen style cafe racer , but it was built in the "hundreds of kilometers" in a place where the spirit of the seventies is still alive, in the British studio Spirit of the Seventies.
Tim Rogers and Kevin Tagart built more than a classic cafe racer, but «S7" differs from previous projects. So what is the fundamental difference? In addition to an attractive coloring, the first thing that catches your eye is the front fork from the Yamaha YZF-R6, and the braking system of the R1. At the rear suspension was an adjustable shock absorber Hagon. 3-1 Exhaust system was made to order.
The rear subframe has been reduced, it has been established tail carbon fiber with leather seat. All this of course is not rocket science, but the amount of work done in no case does not diminish the merits of artists Tim Rogers and Kevin Tagarta.