We’ve got something pretty special to share with you today—a 1983 Yamaha XS650 so customized, you might just do a double-take. B and Jon over at Cyclemaster Motorcycles in Ashton, Ontario have sent us three shots of their latest project, and it’s a doozy. And the best part? These pics aren’t from a garage or a showroom—they’re from inside a house, proving that for some, the love for their bike is as much a part of the home as the furniture.


Created and designed by B and Jon, this XS650 is Jon’s fourth creation, and it’s clear that he’s not afraid to push the boundaries of what a Yamaha can become. The bike is so heavily modified that it’s almost unrecognizable as an XS—but for those in the know, the soul of the classic machine is still there.

The pictures capture the bike from different angles, each one highlighting the meticulous craftsmanship and innovative design choices that have gone into this build. It’s like a two-wheeled chameleon that’s adapted to its domestic environment, looking as natural next to a sofa as it would on the open road.


One glance at this bike and you can tell there are mods upon mods. We’re talking about a level of customization that goes beyond bolt-ons and paint jobs. This is the kind of work that comes from hours of cutting, welding, and reimagining what a motorcycle can be. B and Jon have taken the XS650 canvas and turned it into a masterpiece of custom bike art.


And while the photos don’t list out all the mods (because let’s be real, we’d probably need a whole separate blog post for that), it’s evident that every inch of this bike has been touched by creativity and skill. The result is a motorcycle that’s as much a conversation piece as it is a rideable work of art.