In case you haven’t noticed, there’s two big trends currently taking the custom bike scene by storm: the re-emergence of the scrambler and limited-run customs by well respected workshops. And now from our latest features with a honor we are introducing THE FLYING NINJA that we built from 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250. And because being back with a bang is so much better, here is, without any further ado, THE FLYING NINJA, a scrambler the likes of which you’ve never seen before.As the main purpose of a scrambler is to tackle both road and dirt with pretty much the same ease, Kawasaki Ninja is the best choice for light bike, to say the least. An unexpected one, nevertheless, but, by all means, a spectacular and functional one.
We knows that The Ninja 250 have a good engine and can make peoples feel easy to ride. But for this built we only need to released an original body and the legs sectors. Crafted a piece of 1.2 mm-thick galvanized plate sheet that integrated with the frame to perfection, and that looks 100% factory. Both fenders have been custom crafted manually for perfect visual integration. The rear one is short and perky, protruding from under the slender tail section. With no plastic body parts, this bike looks more aggressive and compact, showing us that, underneath the boxy bodywork, it is a beautiful bike. The front fork was changed from Yamaha R6 Upside Down together with Fatbar handlebar and beautiful 5 inch headlight to make it simply looks. For wheel sectors absolutely we choose TK Japan spoke wheels 18X3.00 inch and 18X3.50 inch with Shinko E705 120/80-18 and 150/70-18 for front and back. Look at the paint on the body! beautiful painted by Komet Studio with a silver color based and he made a design like a Flying Fortress Bomber Jet Fighter.
Inspirational stuff, yup? How’s that famous poem go? “To watch the things you gave your life to, broken, and stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools. And lose, and start again at your beginnings, and never breathe a word about your loss.” But to put mere words to a feat of this magnitude would be damning it with faint praise.