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One of the most legendary superbikes to hit the asphalt, Suzuki's GSX-R for many is motorcycle perfection. The designers at soon-to-be-launched Le French Atelier thought it could use some work and while that might be blasphemous for some, the end result might just be one of the best looking customs out there. 

The shop built the bike on a '91 GSX-R and gave it what they're calling a "neo retro" look. The bike was completely disassembled and features a custom tail that sits on an aluminum base plate, a reconstructed engine that was finished in satin black, and the exterior was finished in a mix of satin grey and epoxy satin black.

 Le French Atelier (Via Return of the Cafe Racers)

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