The well-known French Custom builder Oficina MRS made a big impression with the construction of a Café Racer based on the Vulcan S. Now comes the unveiling of the second collaboration with Kawasaki France: the Kawasaki Z650 MRS Flat Track. Antoine Coulon of Kawasaki France explains: “The first project in collaboration with MRS was a resounding success and led us to enter into a second collaboration. MRS is a real artist who likes to lead high-quality projects that are sometimes considered almost impossible. His know-how is unrivaled at the moment.”
Kawasaki Z650 MRS Flat Track
MRS is in the middle of the spotlights and reveals the project based on the Kawasaki Z650. He has transformed the Z650 completely into a great Flat Track machine. After many hours of passionate work, MRS is once again able to create a visual and technical masterpiece. Oficina MRS: “I would like to thank Kawasaki France for this second opportunity to create something unique. This project was more demanding than last time, but the result is worth it. We have worked with mutual trust, and I got the space to express myself artistically. The aim was to create a unique engine, and I hope that the public will appreciate this result.”
With its sleek design and spectacular details, this machine has earned a place in the legendary Studio Harcourt in Paris. This photo studio is known for its unique lighting and shade style, which makes the colors of the Kawasaki Z650 MRS Flat Track stand out even more. Francis Dagnan, director of Studio Harcourt, explains: “I am a big fan of motorcycles. So, it is a pleasure to take pictures of this beautiful machine. We are working hard to achieve the best possible result by using the technique that made our studio famous in 1934. It is a tradition that has always continued since then. We now also offer customers the opportunity to have a portrait photo made along with their beloved motorcycle or car.”
The Kawasaki Z650 MRS Flat Track made its debut on 10 September at the Chantilly Art & Elegance Richard Mille Chantilly Castle in France. So, the public’s reactions were positive.