If custom motorcycles are your thing, you need to take some time to check out this beauty from Los Muertos Motorcycles. The Cape Town specialists took a vintage 1981 Honda XL500, made some changes to it, and then called it Honda XL500 Swart Gevaar.
The stock version had very appealing aesthetics, so the tuners decided to keep that in the upgraded scrambler. They did make a lot of changes, but the original beauty of the bike was not compromised. Rolling on 18-inch wheels with off-road tires from Maxxis, the Swart Gevaar has a new Yamaha XT250 fuel tank and a slim brown leather seat for a classy look. The white artwork over the glossy black fuel tank is the creation of local artist David Brits.
Also part of the customization kit are a raised front fender, a custom aluminum tail with integrated light, rebuilt suspension, smaller repositioned turn signals, smaller headlight, ProTaper SE handlebars, and VHT wrinkle coating over the entire casing.