There’s nothing particularly special about the standard Kawasaki W650 motorcycle made in the late ’90s and early 2000s. It’s a conventional urban motorcycle that’s comfortable and well made. If anything, it does a good job of copying the Triumph Bonneville. But in the hands of 2LOUD fabricators, it can become a truly special ride. One wealthy customer had the Taiwanese shop do a custom build using the W650 as the base, and the end product looks nothing like the donor bike. It’s been transformed into a stunning bobber with custom fabricated parts like handmade drop bars, a beautifully arched stainless steel swingarm, a new exhaust system, big knobby tires, and a tank reshaped and repainted for a more vintage look. The rear fender has also been redone, along with a new slender seat. What was once just a good vintage bike has morphed into a rolling work of art.