Yamaha XS750 «Cafe-Tracker»


Richard Pollock can tell a lot about street trackers, start a business, Richard converted two-car garage into a workshop Mule Motorcycles in the suburbs of San Diego. In this workshop today about 100 trackers and there are no signs of slowing down or fall on this small "assembly line" was built. Now, when his business was strengthened Richard had more time, he gives advice and help in designing a master R & D, Streetmaster, Southern California speed house and Triumph Bonnevilles.

Yamaha XS750

Pollock Most projects are based on two power units: V-obraznike from of Harley-Davidson the Evo and the Sportster venerable XS650 from Yamaha, which is also called "Japanese Bonneville». The latest build Mule is the custom with the engine XS650 and honestly say this is not quite the tracker. it would be better to call it "Cafe-tracker".

Yamaha XS750

Most changes have affected the frame and suspension as regards the latter, it should be noted, has been installed in front of the fork Buell M2 Cyclone, and migrated to the swingarm roadster mid-80s Yamaha Radian. Aluminium tank-style cafe racer (Cafe Racer) brought no little trouble, and made ​​before the trouble to take his place. Displacement was increased to 750sm3. Painted bike was in pearl white with a red stripe on the tank and tail.
This motorcycle Shelves built to order for the customer from Australia and the price was $ 10 000, compared to machines of this level are from 25 to 30 thousand dollars!

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750

Yamaha XS750


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