Yamaha FZR1000 custom by Lazareth

Yamaha FZR1000
Frenchman Ludovic Lazareth has a factory in Annecy-le-Vieux, near the Swiss border, and turns out an extraordinary variety of vehicles. These include cars as well as motorcycles, and eye-popping quad bikes and snowmobiles.

Lazareth’s extreme style makes him popular with action movie-makers, and his bikes have featured in blockbusters such as Babylon A.D. The 1000 FZR Compressor is based on Yamaha’s FZR1000—the ‘Bike of the Decade’ from 1989, and one of the iconic Japanese superbikes of the early 90s.

Yamaha FZR1000
Apart from the extensive chassis modifications and radical new styling, Lazareth bolts a supercharger from a Mini Cooper S on to the 4-cylinder engine. If you’re in the market, this machine will set you back a cool €40,000 ($56,000). And even if you’re not ready to buy, the Lazareth website is well worth a visit.

Yamaha FZR1000
Yamaha FZR1000
Yamaha FZR1000

  • alreadytaken17

    the hidden guns are hidden

  • Bob

    Hey Chris, Thanks for putting up some newer metal! Keep up the great work.

  • http://www.360oregon.com KieranMullen

    The the exposed belt really necessary? Seems like a bad idea.

  • ChrisB

    That’s a phat bike, i want one!

  • http://www.ominousred.com Ominous Red

    Those FLY EYE headlights are kinda coin flip for me but this bike is beasty man. Looks brutal. I love it.

  • http://www.ominousred.com Ominous Red

    Personal Preference Rating: 8/10

    Huge fat boy tire. Big mean looking bike. I’m gonna let the big booty seat slide. But the front of the bike looks like it has cleavage. Or the eyes from the movie The Fly. I don’t mine the exposed belt. But why make an already dangerous bike, even more dangerous.