Mathijn Nelis special Suzuki TL1000S


The Suzuki TL1000S didn’t have a lot of success on the European motorcycle market, but among fans and in other markets it is certainly appreciated for its V2 Hamamatsu engine. While the TL1000S is no longer available on the sales books, it gets plenty of attention in the tuning market, and the motor lives on in other bikes including in the naked and sports segments.

This particular TL1000S special comes from Mathijn Nelis and involves some hard tuning that has completed revamped the bike. The twin beam chassis is gone, making way for a trellis frame with red tubes straight out of the school of Italian motorcycle design, and the rest of the bike and its fairing is inspired by other models such as the Ducati Monster and GSX-R.

Overall, the Mathijn Nelis TL1000S has a European look up the same alley as the Bimota Delirio and the Ducati Streetfighter. The team has certainly made an effort and the work done on the chassis, fork, pedals and handlebar is truly impressive. Modified engine components include a new exhaust, otherwise the mechanical components remain as they are, with all of the original horse power and torque in tact.

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