Danish customizer Wrenchmonkees have produced this simple, light do-it-all machine based on the Kawasaki W800 retro introduced a few years ago in markets outside the U.S.
The W800 produces a modest 48 horsepower from a parallel twin 773 cc engine. Monkee #57 reportedly offers a big boost over stock power with K&N pod filters and custom mufflers (mounted to the stock header). The bike has also undergone a significant diet courtesy of stripped unnecessary parts and the replacement of the heavy, steel fenders with aluminum items. Other changes/upgrades include Hagon Nitro rear shocks and a Ferodo front disc.
The instrument pod is by Motogadget with an included USB port. Many other items are one-offs created by Wrenchmonkees, such as the seat, headlight bracket, headlight, tail light and turn signals.
Unfortunately, you cannot buy Monkee #57 as it was custom ordered. You can, of course, employ Wrenchmonkees to build your own special. You will find their web site here.