The unique Kenzo Motorcycle was inspired from Japanese samurai armor, and named after Kenzo Tada.
Death Machines of London that created some of the most impressive custom bikes, created the Kenzo Motorcycle, powered by the refreshed horizontally opposed 1000cc flat four.
The mirror-polished black ‘blade’ which surrounds the front light cluster and drops down to the base of each fork is a reference to a Katana sword.
The body work was then finished in our own custom Titanium Samurai paintwork, with matt black detailing.
Additional features include detailed ‘Kenzo’ grill work, an in-house petrol cap, precision-machined aluminium badges and handle bars wrapped in the traditional Tsukamaki sword wrapping technique.
The seat unit, CNC’d from high-density foam and concealing a remote proximity sensor, was then wrapped in embossed leather reminiscent of the layered clothing worn under armor.
source Death Machines
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