1988 Bakker QCS 1000 Yamaha FZR.
The unique hi-tech motorcycle from (racing) frame builder Nico Bakker was seen by Yamaha at the Amsterdam MotorRai in 1988, the GTS 1000 was released in 1993. That particular touring motorcycle did not become a commercial success but this primal predecessor, the Bakker QCS, did. Technically as well as in the media, because featured in the global press.
It is a lightweight sports bike; despite the 'thick’ styling (the GTS was large and heavy...). It is literally a superbike racer with a license plate.
QCS stands for Quick Change System.
Bakker had already built three 750cc racers when a wealthy customer wanted a version for the streets.
This FZR 1000 has been praised by almost all the motorcycle magazines in the world.
32 Years later, the styling is somewhat outdated but the engineering is still futuristic.
A total of 10 QCS bikes were built with different engine blocks, 8 of which still exist. This is by far the best known. Registered with brand name Bakker, not as ‘Self-constructed’.
The bike is still in its original condition and can hit the road once it has a new battery. Last time it was driven was in 2018.
For historians, museum directors or those who really want to hit the road on something unique.
Original Dutch registration: MH-77-YX
BAKKER QCS-YAMAHA FZR
Date of first admission: 01-07-1988
- Tipo de modelo
- Tamaño del motor (en cc)
- Año de la primera matriculación
- Muy bueno
- Papeles de matriculación
- con matriculación neerlandesa
- 48584 km
- Número de chasis
- Se encuentra en el país
- Países Bajos