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Name: Ludovic Lazareth
Annecy, France

Despite being based on the shores of a lake in the picturesque French area of Annecy, Ludovic Lazareth draws his design inspiration from the high technology and engineering techniques that are used in the aeronautics industry. By employing materials and components that are more commonly found on cutting edge airplanes, Lazareth creates stunning customized vehicles with sharp lines and futuristic technology.

However it isn’t only a vehicle’s styling that Lazareth likes to modify, his love of technology extends to underneath the bodywork. As he demonstrated last year by adding a supercharger to his Hyper Modified TMAX, Ludovic isn’t afraid of pushing engineering boundaries in the name of customization.

With his use of exposed metal, angular styling, high tech components and industrial colour schemes, Ludovic Lazareth’s creations look to the future rather than the past.

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Yamaha VMAX Hyper Modified by Ludovic Lazareth

Ludovic combines his background as a design graduate and passion for muscle machines. It’s a mix of brain and brawn that results in mad modifications that could come straight out of movie – Mad VMAX.

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Yamaha TMAX Hyper Modified by Ludovic Lazareth

Having created one of the very first Hyper Modified Yamaha VMAXs during the early days of his customisation career using a wrecked 1991 bike, Ludovic always likes to push the boat out when working on a new Yamaha model. As you can imagine, he relished the challenge of Hyper Modifying the new TMAX...

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