In the world of custom motorcycles, design and fabrication by hand is the norm, not the exception. Rochester, New York-based Motoworks is breaking the mold with this classic Suzuki GT380 two-stroke, using CAD to virtually build the bike before a single part is fabricated. This is especially important on the build here, because the only original part from the donor bike is the three-cylinder motor. The frame with integrated fuel and oil tanks, swingarm, and bodywork are all new, along with the front fork from a GSX-R600 and a rear Ohlins shock. The trick triple-outlet exhaust and wire-spoke wheels add a touch of retro, while the fairings strike a line between the '80s and modern superbike.