"I'm really impressed with the work Can and Mert have put into this build," commented Yamaha Motor Europe's Marketing Coordinator, Cristian Barelli. "What is really important for me is that they have kept the XSR700's agility and power characteristics that really define the bike. Around this they have added their very distinctive style, showing a whole new face to the XSR700."
"We went for the tracker style as we really wanted to capture the spirit of freedom as much as possible," agreed the Uzer brothers. "The twin motor is the perfect base with its engine characteristics and the bike inspires you to create something light, agile and free."
To create their tracker style interpretation of the Sport Heritage machine, Bunker Customs raised the seat position and made more room at the front for the rider to move around. They also went looking for more ground clearance, relocating the exhaust and changing the front wheel to a 19" for all-terrain riding.