We don’t see many Suzukis here. Of the Japanese big four, Suzuki is probably the least represented in the custom motorcycle world. But this classy machine shows what can be done with a bread-and-butter model—in this case, the GSX750 ‘Inazuma’ of the late 90s. At the time, it was regarded as a competent roadster somewhat overshadowed by the Bandit 600, which offered similar performance. This 2002-model custom comes from Luciano, one of our Italian readers, and he’s lifted his GSX750 into another league. He’s upgraded the suspension with Öhlins internals in the front forks and Bitubo shocks at the back. Engine power has been boosted with a Dynojet Stage 1 kit and a custom exhaust. Most of the bodywork is custom too, with fiberglass fenders at both ends, aluminum blinkers, a custom saddle and LSL bars. A trimmed rear frame and sharp paint job complete the look. It’s stylish and unassuming at the same time—a practical and cost-effective update for an underrated bike.