Yamaha RD400 custom


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Yamaha RD400 custom

Today’s post is courtesy of Moto Retro Illustrated magazine, with words and photos by Andy and Lindsay Mauk.

To some, acquiring a bike for your wife might sound as simple as buying her a set of golf clubs, or maybe adding some space to the garage as an anniversary gift.

But this was different. Way different. The request came from my wife Lindsay loud and clear. “I need a bike I can ride on the street,” she said. It was true. After years of riding dirt and racing supermoto, Lindsay was neither content nor deserving of a sissy-bar lifestyle. She needed her own streetbike.

While most people would’ve simply headed straight to the classifieds, my instinct was to put together something we already had. A quick search of my mental catalog turned up the answer