"Daxxer," a custom Honda Dax 125 from the garage of Thai-based K-Speed. Media sourced from Top Speed.
You know what’s really getting popular lately?
Small bikes – and despite the growing number of electric machines, old faves like the Honda Grom and Kawi Z125 PRO are still tearing up the asphalt – both on and off track.
Naturally, the custom industry has a special place for small-capacity builds – and this iconic unit from the think tank of Thailand-based K-Speed is no different.
I mean, look at the thing.
Christened the “Daxxer,” K-Speed took a Honda Dax 125 donor bike and lowered the suspension.
Adding a one-off stretched swingarm brought a whole new meaning to the term ‘lean and mean,’ with the clip-on handlebars and special saddle keeping the build firmly in the cafe racer category.
Other additions include K-Speed’s own seal – moving the LCD bits to the side – as well as rear set footpegs and custom shocks / dual springs / free-flow exhaust / wheels, all of which pull the bike’s personality in perfectly.
Dress the whole thing in a handmade LED and a bright coat of yellow paint showing off the label ‘Diablo,’ and you’ve got yourself a fun, urban-centric ride with the original engine and a whole new level of aesthetic.
Want to buy the thing?
Unfortunately, it sold almost as fast as it took to debut – but K-Speed has a veritable library of parts to do the done deed yourself.
They’ll even make another Daxxer for you and ship it, though you should budget around $6,800 USD plus extra to get it to you from Thailand.
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