The Yamaha XV750 also known as Yamaha Virago by Ugly Motors is a truly remarkable bike with an important history in its name. The Virago was the first bike by Yamaha to be a V-twin cruiser motorcycle. It was built from 1981 to 1998 and was one of the first bikes in the market to have a mono-shock rear suspension. Ugly Motors team customized the bike with the goal to stand out from the other Viragos at the Café Racer market. The bike is different from the original Viragos from Yamaha, but it still retains that same of vintage vibe from that time. The lines of the tank are extended to the rear subframe for the bike to look cleaner and be more comfortable.
Most of the parts on the bike are custom made. It features a custom-made exhaust system with silencers and a new steel rear frame. The bike’s front fork was completely changed with new ones from the ZX7RR. The new mount and grips are custom stitched with premium leather. Also, it has wheels, brakes and clip ons that are specially made for the bike. The tank is replaced with an original Virago tank. The bike has Yamaha’s R1 rear set adapter with custom-made front light, rear light, fuse box mount and registration plate mount. The filter mount was swapped with a new K&N filter.