And…. We’re Back!

It’s been a while since we revved up Café Racer TV but we believe you’ll find the payoff well worth the wait. Season 4 returns to Velocity on Wednesday, November 6 at 10 pm EST and then repeats at 1 am EST on Nov. 7.

First up, a new one hour format provides the gearheads among us with far more in-depth, detailed coverage of each custom motorcycle build.

We’re talking about hands-on nuts and bolts footage of these high-performance bikes from their earliest stages until they’re finished, fueled and ready for a Boz Brothers test ride.

In episode one, two complete café racers will be built and ridden, the first emerging from Classified Moto’s Richmond, VA garage. Their decision to transform a muddy old Honda dual-sport bike into a café racer for actress Katee Sackhoff has to be one of the oddest–and most inspiring–builds to appear on Café Racer TV.

Also twisting the throttle this week is Bay Area custom shop Grey Dog Moto. Patrick Bell has the rare ability to see a sleek, fast ton-up machine hiding deep within a bulky Moto Guzzi California cruiser.

Later, you’ll feel like part of the pack as we join test rider Blake Kelly and comedian Alonzo Bodden to ride the legendary canyons of California in the first of our Great Roads series. You may think you’ve seen twisty roads but Mulholland Highway, high in the Santa Monica Mountains, will have your front wheel pointing westward for a piece of the action. Strap on your helmets and climb aboard – this is going to be a blast!

Mike Seate
Editor, Café Racer Magazine
Coordinating Producer, Café Racer TV

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4 replies
  1. Bob Dryden
    Bob Dryden says:

    I really enjoy Cafe Racer TV, in fact I liked the show so much that after the 2nd season I found a 1973 CB/750K and built my own Cafe Racer. After, riding Harley Davidson’s for 40+ years my Honda is a real gas to ride. Plus I have the only Cafe Racer in the entire thumb of Michigan. I am always asked “What is that?”

    I am 65 years old ,who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks???

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    • Cafe Racer TV Administrator
      Cafe Racer TV Administrator says:

      Bob,

      Very cool story! So you must live in Bad Axe, MI? If not, always lie and say you do because people from Bad Axe have got to be bad ass!

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