Love it or hate it but ratbikes aren’t the same as any other bike rolling out of the factory. They are built, rather modded, wild to appease those who have penchant for rat bikes and the one pictured here is the true representative of a rat bike. With its raw looks, the rat bike is sure to please its owner and rider.
Dubbed as Grabenratte, German for Grave Rat, the ratbike is a Suzuki DR350 with devilish looks to outdo any challenger in the field. However, the looks owes to initial rip off and addition of some parts here and some there. Like the tank of the stock version has been removed and in comes a new, heavy yet bigger tank in 5mm sheet metal which is stretched to the rear due to the height of the bike.
The other prominent details of the Grabenratte rat bike include its street legal with handlebars that not only have a lot of space for free moment but give it a new look altogether. The seat and the subframes challenge MV Agusta’s designer, a good headlight cage and exhaust pipe that goes under the seat and a paint that suits the ratbike completes the package. The bike is all street legal but it seems that owner isn’t too much interested to clean it even occasionally. However, it seems nothing less than a beast on prowl.