Given what seems to be an impossible task, French customizers http://lazareth.fr/” target=”_blank”>Ludovic Lazareth, along with his American counterpart http://rolandsands.com” target=”_blank”>Roland Sands and the German-base http://walz-hardcore-cycles.de/” target=”_blank”>Marcus Walz, took up the difficult challenge of altering the http://starmotorcycles.com/” target=”_blank”>Yamaha VMAX, perhaps the best known street fighter motorbike. Perhaps in honoring the futuristic design sensibility when the VMAX first arrived in 1985, Lazareth created a silhouette much in-line with a jet fighter. With angular additions, most notably the air intakes and exhausts, the French designer also dropped down VMAX’s front portion to give it a streamlined form. (Kind of similar to 80’s anime classic Genesis Climber MOSPEADA) Because of its 175-horsepower, liquid-cooled V4 powerplant is at the heart of VMAX designation, Lazareth decided not to alter it instead. Unveiled at last month’s http://eicma.it/en/” target=”_blank”>EICMA, the http://vmax-hyper-modified.com/” target=”_blank”>VMAX Hyper Modified Project By Ludovic Lazareth will most likely make its way to motorcycle show near you next year.