Project Zero 19 : Joshua


Project Joshua is a special project commissioned by a Dad in loving memory of his son.

This 1982 Suzuki GSX 1100E was mainly converted into a cafe racer with minimal yet with a lot of attention to details given, maintaining the main aesthetics of the donor. the power to weight ration was first altered by removing the 4 into 4 exhaust, the bulky seat, subframe and fenders.

A custom fabricated rear frame, seat and electrical box tucks away all the stock bulk to compact high end components. The engine has been rebuilt and blacked out, the bike breathes in through K&N cone filters and breathes out from a reverse cone 4 into 1 wrapped exhaust.

The riding position has been upgraded from a classic touring position to racer style using Tarrozi Rear sets and clip-on handlebars. The 7” LED headlights and turn signals integrated with brake lights adds a modern touch to the classic looking cafe racer.

The bike stands tall on Hagon Rear suspension. The Fuel tank has been painted in Gun Metal Grey, matt finish, with Joshua’s initials inscripted, sealing his loving memories forever.