This tasty Honda Xr400based street-scrambler comes from the Ace Custom Shop, Bucaramanga, Colombia. Ace was formed in 2013 by the Solomonte brothers, industrial designers Diego and Juan, along with their mechanic friend, Andrés Cabralas. They’ve been busy ever since building café racers and ’trackers. Then one of their clients, a graphic designer from Bogota, simply asked them to create something ‘mean’ that would cut a dash in city traffic. The base bike was Honda’s Usd-forked XR400M. The Ace boys nicking the conventional forks from an XR400MR and adding an 18-inch Excel Takasago wheel, matched out back by a 17. A new rear sub-frame was grafted onto the stock but de-lugged, oil-bearing frame which neatly supports the solo seat and, courtesy of a lattice-work cage, hides the electrics. The engine was rebuilt to standard spec except for cone filters and a handcrafted 2-into-2 exhaust system topped with Supertrapps. Tank choice was courtesy of a Yamaha DT250, which nicely abets the scrambler motif and Diego worked his magic with the front lighting arrangements using LED strips nestling between sheets of aluminum decking.