Originated among British motorcycle enthusiasts of the early 1960s in London, café racers have left their mark in history. A café racer is a standard motorcycle, that has been modified for optimum performance. Any unnecessary parts are removed, like fenders and indicators, low mounted clip-ons replace the factory wide handlebar, allowing a rider to tuck in and reduce wind resistance. Performance exhaust and tires are added, and presto, you have your basic café racer! Read our definition about a cafe racer here.