Due to the global chaos caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Yamaha R7 could not compete in the 8-hour Suzuke 8-hour endurance race.
Not to be outdone by the Japanese company, the graphics in which the R7 was supposed to appear in Japan are now available as a package for this mid-range sports model.
Named YZF-R7 YAMALUBE set, the package includes not only graphics, but also a handful of new components, including fenders, armor parts, tank covers and more. All elements were painted by robots, using the technique used on the Yamaha SR400 model.
What the package itself does is visually transform the Yamaha R7 into a racing motorcycle that was supposed to compete in a witty endurance race. There are a lot of gradients on the graphics, from blue to black, with subtle red details and sponsor logos.
This Suzukom-inspired R7 package, the work of the Tuning Fork workshop, will be available in a limited number of copies. If the available information is to be believed, it can be ordered from August, at a price of around 1,700 euros.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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