While most of us are used to custom motorcycles usually having a V-twin of some sort and following the typical cruiser styling, Kenstomoto of Malaysia prefers to buck the trend. Case in point is the 2018 Kenstomoto Azimuth, a custom build for an international customer who insisted owner Kenny Yeoh create this bike, flying in twice to Malaysia to do so.

Taking a stock standard Benelli TnT 300, Kenstomoto put together a styling and lighting kit to suit the lines of this quarter-litre class naked sports. This gives the TnT 300 a look unlike any other and Kenstomoto owner Kenny Yeoh says there is a possibility of a line of kits being produced.

Leaving the engine, rolling and frame alone, the Azimuth kit builds from the stock fuel tank, adding a single seat, covers and cowls to give it a face reminiscent of a Japanese fighting robot. LED lighting replaces the stock halogen headlight and wiring is fully integrated into the bike’s wiring harness, no splicing and electrical tape in sight.

Lighting takes the form two main LED projector headlights, supplemented by four LED DRLs. Finished in silver, red and black, the Azimuth also comes with a SBK Performance exhaust.

The Kenstomoto Azimuth was shown to paultan.org ahead of its public unveiling at the Art of Speed show on 29 June, where another Kenstomoto custom build, the Valkyrie, will be participating in the Art of Speed Invitational Bike Build-off 2018. Check in on paultan.org a little later for a preview.