Julie Jensen, who lives in Copenhagen, Denmark was used to getting attention as a girl rider…even when her 2009 Suzuki SV650S was black. But she wanted something more. Black was just too ordinary. It was time for a change.
With help from MOFFPITBIKES, her bike was transformed into one that completely reflects her style and personality. That is, a little bit tomboy, but still girly. In her own words Julie says, “It’s an extension of myself.” Those who know her agree.
Starting with her love of the color purple, mechanic Michael Boss and painter Tonni helped her with the colors. The white is mother-of-pearl. The ripped effect on the purple gives it an edgy feel. Julie says the color really shines in the sunlight.
Lots of details were customized with this one-of-kind bike. It’s stylish, elegant, edgy, and simply a lovely bike with a girly attitude.
After the customization, heads really turned when she rode. Little boys and girls stare at her and the bike, smiling. She recalls one time while riding on the highway, a car came up and the two guys in it gave her the thumbs up and started filming her. She thought that was kind of funny. And one day, while stuck in Copenhagen traffic, tourists took advantage of her waiting time and photographed her and her bike.
Julie has gotten really good feedback on her bike transformation. We can see why. It’s a beauty.
Some of Julie's Favorite Things
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