Monday, February 26, 2007

Lazareth Motorcycles: Custom Cool


That's the Lazareth Dokujya. Honda VTR1000 engine combined with a bit of French madness...

If Lazareth’s bikes are anything to go by, the French sure do know a thing or two about customising motorcycles. What you see here, for example, is the Dokujya, which is fitted with a v-twin engine from the Honda VTR1000. However, the engine has been supercharged, using a supercharger from the Mini Cooper S hot hatch. And if that wasn’t enough, the bike also gets a very beefy single-sided front fork, uprated brakes, custom-fabricated chassis and a very cool style makeover.


It could be all about looking cool, but then again, this bike looks quite capable of going very fast indeed...

For those who’d rather buy a scooter, Lazareth also do the Yamaha T-Max 500R Compressor which you see here. No word on how much power the Max’s supercharged engine makes, but we’re sure performance will not be lacking. Imagine taking on some supersport 600s with this!


A supercharged 500cc scooter? Just the thing to beat Monday morning blues, eh?

In addition to motorcycles, Lazareth also do quads and cars. For more information, visit the company website here


Also see:
Wakan: 1640cc of French eccentricity...
Bikes vs Cars: One more round!
Hardcore: KTM 950 Super Enduro R
The ramblings of Fred Gassit!
Mad Kaws: H1 and Z1
Super-scooter: The three-wheeled Gilera Fuoco 500

1 comment:

ludovik said...

ludo tu est un génie !! encore bravo tiens la droite :)

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