The Honda CB-series still is (by far!) the most popular base bike for cafe racer projects. And no matter how many times I've seen one, if it's done properly, they never get bored. I may be a bit biased (I have a '72 CB500), but I think that the classic Honda's will remain popular. The Honda CB400 … [Read more...] about Honda CB400 Cafe Racer by Retrorides
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Buying Cafe Racer Parts The Café Racer look is forever associated with 1960’s London. The magical engine size was 650cc and long tanks, short seats, clip-ons and loud exhausts were the order of the day. Café Racers (or better "rockers") wore black studded jackets with drainpipe dark … [Read more...] about Cafe Racer Parts – Where to Buy? (…and where not!)
It was no secret that the Yamaha TRX850 was meant as a direct competitor of the Ducati 900SS. Just like the Duc, the TRX850 had a 2 cylinder engine in a tube frame, a sporty riding position and a bikini fairing. The most exciting about the TRX was its engine. It was based on the Yamaha TDM850 and … [Read more...] about Yamaha TRX850 Cafe Racer
A Ducati Cafe Racer is probably one of the most desirable custom motorcycles. A combination of the exclusive Italian brand with a strong heritage and the classic looks of a vintage racer. The last few years, Ducati aims to be part of the ever-growing custom motorcycle scene with their Ducati … [Read more...] about Top 10 Ducati Cafe Racers
Snow and motorcycles are not a great combination but with the right material you can have a lot of fun in the snow on 2 wheels. Last week LOON proved that with their ice cool Husqvarna 501 Tracker. And if you live in an area where you can expect several months of snow, you have to be a bit creative … [Read more...] about Husqvarna 256 “THAGE” by 6/5/4 Motors