This custom café racer is based on a forgotten classic Yamaha libero. Yamaha libero is modified by Hyderabad based EIMOR are customs, transformed into a beautiful café racer.

Yamaha libero was the entry-level bike from the brand and it was used to be most popular among the young bike enthusiast back in 2000. Although it was a basic bike with not many features advise the competition gets upgraded the Yamaha discontinued the bike back in 2010. While there are few peoples left who still have preserved the classic libero and modified it into something unique.

Yamaha Libero modified

EMIOR Customs is a Hyderabad-based workshop that deals in bike modifications ad well known for its unique add creative designs. We have already covered many modifications from EMIOR customs in the past. Recently they have shared the images of classic Yamaha libero modified into a café racer. The owner of the bike wanted to revive it as its first-ever motorcycle and had a lot of sentimental values attached to it.

Although the people from the workshop does not only revive the bike but also give a beautiful unique café racer design. If we see, modification from the front the bike gets a new headlight along with a protective grill and a pair of aftermarket turn indicators. The front Fender and the rear mudguard are also aftermarket units.Yamaha Libero modified.

Yamaha Libero modified

Bar end mirrors have been installed on the handlebar which gives an extremely amazing look to the bike add the instrument cluster is also new. The custom single-piece seat has been installed with a cowl-like tail along with integrated tail lights. The fuel tank gets dark green paint with yellow pin strips while the side panels have also been painted black add Gray with yellow pin stripes.

The rest of the bike from the engine to other parts is all blacked out. The wire-spoked wheels have been restyled as well with block pattern tires installed in the motorcycle. We also see a custom bagger on the rear tire in a swept guard.Yamaha Libero modified.

While the overall design of the Yamaha libero-based café racer bike looks premium and attractive. It comes powered with a 106cc single-cylinder 4 stroke engine which develops 7.7 PS of power at 7.8 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes coupled with 4-speed transmission gearboxes.

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