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Droog Moto has managed to create a mod for a Kawasaki Ninja 250R sport bike that transforms it into a machine straight of the ’90s video game ‘Road Rash”. The 250 Brawler is just that. Gone is the neon green fairing, and pretty much everything is exposed including the fork, engine, tank, and subframe. Then a flat LED light and fairing unit is bolted to the front for Droog’s signature look, and the tank gets a distressed and patina’d finish that makes the bike look 30 years old. The black disc wheels that match the subframe and the stitched single seat give it an air of futurism, but the overall ethos is just dark, aged anger. Powering the 250 Brawler is the stock high-revving engine from the Ninja, so it’s ready to be thrashed on your less-than-perfect urban streets. Just try not to carry a bat with nails in it while you’re riding. You’re not in a video game.

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