This build comes to us from Bernie Blackwell in Melbourne, Australia. He tells you about it in his own words. This 1973 Honda 750.4 cylinder completed its early life in the early 1980’s racing at weekends as a Hillclimber in country Victoria. Rumour has its name as the Bucking Bronco! Discovered in a Leongatha farmshed in early […]
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Entries by Donna
This bike comes from Pascal, a frenchman now living in Poland. He was bored – unable to find an elegant cafe racer on the market for his 50th birthday. He asked the company, Unikat, to build one for him. He loves it and wants to share it with the community of others who love cafe […]
It looks like a new generation of Cafe Racers, and we love it! Frank Marcus, a sports teacher in the Netherlands, led this project. He wanted get students interested in learning to build. They just presented bike at the Interclassic Show in Maastricht. This school project not only got these 16 and 17 year olds […]
Hey, we are asking you for your help and yeah, we are willing to bribe you a little. Help us promote our live webcast coming up next Tuesday, Feb. 2nd. and you can win cool Cafe Racer TV merchandise. We are giving away things like t-shirts, dvds and helmets, goggles and gloves both before […]
This story comes to us from our friends at Atlanta Motorcycle Works. The team recently completed a build for a loyal customer who lost his father in the middle of a restoration project. This is the story in their own words. Jared Morris ins’t your average “motorcycle guy.” Jared gets extremely passionate and involved in […]
This build comes to us from Sylvain Tourangeau. He’s one of our Facebook fans. Below is his description of the build in his own words. I just completed the little CD175 Cafe. I did some small tests rides because at this time of the year it’s kind of cold down here. The bike is running […]
Max Langwieder says he’s a huge fan of Cafe Racer TV. In fact Max tells us he was inspired to build his first Cafe Racer after watching the show. Here are a few photos from his shop, Maxmade Machines in Munich, Germany.
(Sent to us from Jorge Damico and published without edits) Stylish and original ideas always excite me. When I was introduced to the Cafe Racer style of motorcycles I was immediately hooked up by the concept and history behind of it as well its unique look. There is something in this style that lights up […]
Chris Graziano is a police officer from Wisconsin. He sent us his story about his latest build. He’s built three café racers over the years. His boss, the chief of Police saw his 1976 cb750 and loved it. What better way to get favor with the boss than to build a Cafe Racer for him. […]
This Cafe Racer project and article comes to us from Augusto Bittencourt. Most of this came from what he sent to us via Facebook. The 1973 YAMAHA TX 500 was the basis for construction of this Vintage/Old School Cafe Racer. This bike was built in the owner’s house, Augusto Bittencourt, in his own workspace. […]