August 26 2020 Wednesday at 12:54 AM

Framer

Venice, Calif. (December 17, 2019) – For Woolie and Deus’s latest build, they set out to create a proper American Flat Track mile racer for the street. A motorcycle capable of winning the Springfield or Sacramento mile that just so happens to have a headlight turn signals and a license plate.  Affectionately nicknamed, “The Framer.” Woolie chose a 2017 Yamaha FZ-07 power plant to start. A power plant similar to Yamaha’s current factory AFT MT-07 DT platform. The Stock FZ-07 was disassembled entirely, including the engine, which was upgraded with the Factory Yamaha racing kit, which includes oversized pistons, factory spec ported cylinder head, superior race valves, cam’s and electronics package for custom engine tuning. Every internal moving part of the engine was then treated with an advanced micro shot-peening anti-friction process by WPC, which promotes performance and, more importantly, combats wear and failure.

Legendary Flat Track chassis designer Jeff Cole assisted with the layout and geometry, his last official frame layout before retiring. Built from high-grade .60 Chromoly “The Framers” frame was meticulously designed around a custom fuel tank, where special considerations had to be made to ensure a fuel capacity that was street bike worthy without compromising the machines race derivation. 1100-0 aluminium was used to hand fabricated custom body pieces that give the bike its overall Flat Track Race aesthetic while hiding the wringing and electronics, including the fuel tank, front fender, and tail section topped by a handcrafted Saddleman seat.

A set of race-proven 19” Roland Sands Traction wheels wrapped in Mitas DOT approved rubber ensure performance and grip. A four-piston full-floating quick-release Brembo brake setup in the rear and a 320 mm full-floating stainless-steel rotor with an M50 calipper up front efficiently gets the stopping done.

The bodywork was painted in “Black Candy” is a secret blend of paint that absorbs even in the harshest light giving the faintest reflection, giving the bike a personality that exudes style, performance, and hint of wickedness.

“The bike resembles a “big brother version of the Honda CR500 Street Tracker built for Dani Pedrosa, where his was a Short Track racer, this is a proper mile bike with third gear wheelies all day” – Woolie.

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