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All Systems Go: Yamaha’s Brat Style SCR950

Every time someone refers to their bike as a ‘brat-style’ build, we let out a groan. There’s only one builder that can lay claim to that moniker: Go Takamine of Brat Style. Go is one of the today’s most influential custom builders—with an aesthetic that’s often emulated, but never matched. Now he’s applied his unmistakeable style to Yamaha’s latest offering: the brand new SCR950.
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