Brand JVB Moto decided to remind myself with a new motorcycle under the name of CP3.
In fact it is, of course, a collection of parts and accessories, you can create from the usual sports Yamaha is something special, the motorcycle in the Yard Built style.
Under the latter project, Yamaha has arranged for the return and the resumption of cooperation with its longtime partner Jens von Braucam (Jens vom Brauck), German customizers, famous for its minimalist design in the motorcycles.
The first device from JVB Moto style Yard Built was the unit at the junction of the dragster and a cafe racer 2015 V-Max, released in honor of the 30th anniversary of the legendary VMAX cruiser from Yamaha. The motorcycle has undergone customizing that is called “from whiskers to tail,” so it was just not to know. Turned retrobit called Infrared.
For VMax was followed by the Super 7, the first customized version of the new XSR700, which also completely transformed the stock bike.
Now four years later JVB Moto is back, presenting his vision of the Yamaha motorcycle XSR900 2019 – in the form of a device called the CP3. The bike was first presented at the festival cafe racers 2019, where it won the award for Best of Show.
Sam von Brauk describes his new creation:
“The biggest impact retro here can be traced in the lines and proportions. I’m a big fan of concept cars of the 1970-ies and 1980-ies, and in many ways inspired by them when creating this bike. The bike turned out absolutely crisp and clear appearance and it gives a greater sense of a concept bike than a conventional custom bike. I wanted to make it look fast, but did not seem aggressive. And so it was not so much retro, much minimalist”.
The engine is 850 CC 3-cylinder – alterations were not exposed. But there is a Termignoni exhaust system, tyres Pirelli Super Corsa, front brake discs Behringer, lightweight foot pegs, new seat and many, many more. Now all this is offered as a collection of parts and accessories to customize your own Yamaha motorcycle. It will be available to customers in early 2020.