Customizing bikes is all about seeing potential. Case in point: this cute little ’92 Suzuki GN250 from Portugal’s Dream Wheels Heritage.
Back in the day, the GN was the go-to bike for riding schools and the Portuguese postal service. But this one’s been resurrected as a neat-n-tidy café racer, for delivering smiles around the island of Madeira.
Dream Wheels’ client specifically wanted a bike with a traditional café look—but it’s the impeccable execution that has us sold.
Take a look at the beautifully matched upper bodywork, for example. The tank has been adapted from a Sachs Lotus Special V5—a 50cc Portuguese bike made in the 80s.
The seat hump is actually a removable hand-made cover, with passenger accommodations below. It’s perched on a custom-made subframe, with a discreet LED taillight built into the seat pan.…