Forty-one European dealerships competed in four Sports Heritage categories in the 2015 Yamaha Dealer Built contest. Here’s a look at the winners.
- France's Liberty Yam built this outstanding custom VMax for Yamaha's European Dealer Built competition.
- Following in the footsteps of the world’s top custom builders, Yamaha’s European Dealers have been busy all summer creating their own Yard Built machines for the first-ever Yamaha Dealer Built Competition.
- Liberty Yam calls its custom VMax a 'cafe dragster.'
- Spain's Motor Madrid built a clean, classic-style cafe racer out of an SR400 for the Yamaha Dealer Built contest.
- Spain's Motor Madrid won the Yamaha Dealer Built SR400 category for its classic cafe racer.
- Germany's Motorrad Klein built this screamin' hot bike using an XJR1300 as a base platform.
- Motorrad Klein out of Germany won Yamaha's Dealer Build XJR1300 class with this race-inspired tribute that tips its hat to WSBK racer Noriyuki Haga.
- Portugal's Yamaha Motor 7 won the Dealer Built XV950 category with its scrambler-inspired custom.
- The winner of the XJR1300 class in Yamaha's European Dealer Built contest looks race-ready.
- Rearsets, Ohlins remote-reservoir shocks, a tidy custom pip and a trimmed down tail helped Motorrad Klein's XJR1300 claim the top spot in its category.
- We love the cowling Liberty Yam built for the front end of its V-Speed 1700 Cafe Dragster.
- Motorrad Klein put a racy spin on its custom XJR1300.
- France's Liberty Yam gave its custom VMax even more muscle.
- The 60th anniversary yellow and black paint on the Liberty Yam custom VMax helps the details to really stand out.