The unstoppable Pepo Rosell, a.k.a. XTR Pepo is the most featured builder out here and just as expected, he delivered another amazing bike this month. While Pepo has a long heritage with Ducati, he’s never afraid to pick something different. This time he took a 2001 Honda Hornet and gave it the “XTR package” and named it “FOUR”. This Honda Hornet Cafe Racer has a lot in common with this CB600 Cafe Racer Pepo built last year. Nevertheless, it’s one of a kind and I’m always happy to feature Pepo’s bikes here.
A lot of parts come from other Italian brands: the front end comes from a Ducati Monster, including the wheel. The clutch lever comes from a Yamaha R1 and the radial brake pump and lever from a CBR1000. The clip ons are from Tomaselli and the calipers from Brembo. The front mudguard comes from Germany; from a BMW R nineT to be precise. The gas tank is from a Honda CB550 with a Laverda fuel cap. To upgrade the suspension on the rear they fitted an Öhlins rear shock.
Custom parts from XTR include the subframe, mudguards, LED blinkers, custom seat, side plates, license plate holder and a number of brackets. And a number of XTR standards like: Frentubo brake lights, Montese rear light, NG brake rotors, DNA filters, LIPO battery, DID gold chain and a Supermario exhaust system.