Yamaha MT-07 Scrambler  by Oberdan Bezzi

Yamaha MT-07 Scrambler by Oberdan Bezzi

   

Part classic, part scrambler, This is Oberdan Bezzi's interesting interpretation of the Yamaha MT-07.

If you are looking for a modern motorcycle, the Dirtiest Sons may not be your thing. However, those in search of a bike that blends in present-day technology cleverly disguised in neo-retro looks will be thrilled.

It's impossible to miss the oval fuel tank that's such a strong reminder of the iconic Yamaha SR400. Its only drawback is that it may prove a little to small for longer runs before needing a refill, but it is definitely perfect for an afternoon ride.

The front end of the MT-07 was overhauled completely and sent back in time, with the addition of a small round, retro Bates-ish headlight. Some may say that the tall front fender is not the best complement for it, but this seems to be the design language of the new scrambler bikes.

Oberdan Bezzi added wire-spoked wheels and dual-sport tires, a mandatory aspect of the build, and multiple other bolt-on parts can add further personalization options. Bezzi took the liberty to deliver these initial designs in the classic Yamaha yellow livery with the speed blocks, plus two additional liveries, but the possibilities are infinite.