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Tattoo Suzuki GN400

Tattoo Moto was born from the need to make ordinary bikes into inspired, unique machines. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, is this kick ass motorcycle, a little Suzuki GN400 cafe racer dubbed the "Vampire Slayer". Inspired by one of the most famous custom builds of all time – Deus Ex Machina´s "Grievous Angel" cafe racer, the team stripped the GN down to its bones and built a simple cafe racer with clean lines and great attention to detail. Everything is in plain sight. There’s no glitz or glamour, just two wheels, a simple motor and a few bare essentials, making it just perfect.

source: Pipeburn




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