Customer Bikes

Bike Model: Yamaha

All our Yamaha owning customers showing off their custom parts from Omega Racer.

Yamaha SR400FI by Roberto Tinta

Roberto is an SR enthusiast in Italy. He sent us these cool pictures of his recently finished SR, sporting one of our Scrambler FI seats.

Gian Luigi's Sport SR

For his project Gian Luigi from Italy used the Omega Racer SPORT aluminium tank, the aluminium side covers, a front fender, an exhaust pipe and the unique “The Sports” seat cowl, all provided by us. One of his friends made a pair of fiberglass ‘skirts’ to fit on the underside of the tank, so that its lines would converge with those of the seat cowl, an awesome job he did, too!

Yamaha SR – Aluminium Side Covers “Special” 

Yamaha SR – Header Pipe – Standard


David Powell's SR Project

David Powell sent us some pictures of his completed Yamaha SR project, a very neat bobber/scrambler/brat. Whatever you want to call it, one thing is sure: it’s finger-licking good! On this bike, David used a pair of small aluminium side covers and modified them to accomodate the relocated ignition key.

Yamaha SR400 by Arden Fiegert

Arden build this very unique SR in Australia, using a few Omega Racer parts in the process (engine undercowl, valve covers etc). Not your usual cafe build, and that’s why we like it so much.

1978 Yamaha SR500 by Edwin Esparra

This stunning SR500 was Edwin’s first attempt at a bike restoration. And what a job he did! The tank, fairing and many other bits and pieces come from Omega Racer, but it was his passion and skills to fit everything together with such a great result. We love it! Edwin: “Thanks Markus for the fairing, tank, advise and all the other bits to make it possible!”  

Yamaha SR – Aluminium Fairing – Small 


Yamaha SR500 by Joachim Seidler

Joachim’s very shiny cafe racer is right up my alley. In fact, it reminds me of my own SR500 “Telos”. For his project Joachim got the tank and seat cowl combo from us, as well as both fenders and the top yoke. Outstanding bike!  

Yamaha SR Aluminium Tank – “Telos”