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The XSR700 Otokomae is a burly street tracker straight from Spain

The XSR700 puts on some muscle for Yamaha's Yard Built series.
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Photo: AD HOC

Photo: AD HOC

Bet you didn't think a motorcycle painted in neon blue and green could look so tough. The XSR700 Otokomae is a new custom from Ad Hoc in Barcelona, who gave the bike a rugged street tracker look with a bold splash of the original Yamaha racing colors. 

Following the rules of Yamaha's Yard Built series, Ad Hoc refrained from cutting or welding to the bike and sourced parts from other Yamaha models to achieve the custom styling. The bike uses a stem and handlebar set from an MT-09, YZF-R6 brakes and forks, Borrani rims with Michelin tires, and a custom shell housing that is fitted over the original fuel tank.

Other highlights include blacked-out radiator, power filter replacements, SC Project exhausts, a custom bolt-on rear subframe, custom seat, and a 15mm lift using Gears Racing shocks.

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