Suzuki Bandit 1250 FatMile : Overview and Photo Gallery
Suzuki Europe radically show a custom motorcycle built from Bandit 1250 and was named the Suzuki Bandit 1250 FatMile. The name behind this project is Hans A Muth, design legend known as the former Chief of Styling BMW. Muth relationship with Suzuki was first established four decades ago. After leaving BMW, he immediately joined the ranks of “Samurai Japan” Suzuki, to design a motorcycle called Katana, one of the controversial motorcycle of all time.
Back to the Bandits, it is not actually a motorcycle Suzuki design icon. However, this model is loved in Europe. Bandit is a competitor of Yamaha XJR1300, this bike has great power and a great engine with a lot of character. The model has begun to obsolete because not many changes over the years. So, Suzuki Bandit 1250 FatMile is a strong candidate to improve the image.
Daniel Handler, a young designer who is also an assistant of Muth, had a big hand in the face of the revolution. Major changes are replacing the front with the GSX-R components, ranging from the triangle on the handlebars, fork, and brakes. Alloy rims taken from PVM. The bandit output power is too “conservative” only 98 tk, raised to nearly 120 to This is because the setting of the ECU and the header. Exhaust gas channel of the Cobra, which is also a brand of Germany.
Rear frame is slightly modified with iron soaring upwards, and then covered with a special tail made of fiberglass. The bottom of the machine is made in harmony, but the tank is maintained from the original. Seats covered with leather. The selected color is a classic Suzuki colors namely blue and white combination. The lights adopted from Kellerman, gas handles and footrest using rhizomes. The original speedometer was removed and replaced with Motogadget as a sweetener.
The Suzuki Bandit 1250 FatMile being released officially in Glemseck101, the biggest festival cafe racer motorcycles in Europe some time ago. Indeed, this bike is not as radical as the Katana, but much faster and more eye-catching.