This is nice! We’ve written up GT750s before, they’re not as sought after as the old Kawasaki triples, but with rebuilds like this one, that may change. They look good in stock form and like any two stroke, they have impressive power. This one, though, is a resto-mod into cafe racer that looks better than any “water buffalo” I’ve seen before. It’s called “Threesome” to reflect the three cylinder engine and if Suzuki had built something like this to begin with, sales might have really taken off.
The donor bike this build is based on had 16,000 miles or so, but everything worked. The frame was modified to accept a Rickman tail section and seat and it now houses the modern electronics and battery. The front end is from a Hayabusa, complete with forks, wheel and 6 piston caliper brakes. Front fender is from a Ducati Monster. The swingarm is a modified Suzuki 750 Katana piece, with an SV650 rear wheel and it has SV650 race rear sets fitted. The fairing is Ducati SuperSport.
The builder, Bexton Craft Motorcycles, recently acquired another project bike so this one is up for sale. If you’re the kind of guy who would rather ride than build, or maybe you like the idea of a build like this, but you’re not sure if you could pull it off as well as this builder did, here’s your chance to impress everyone at bike night with a lot less work. This is very impressive. I like it a lot.
Suzuki GT750 Resto Mod on eBay