Cafe racer that has been sorted, do you still have one for sale< if so how much do you want for it ? Silly question I know but do you still have the bike fore sale
ROYAL Enfield, which has made an art form out of persisting with the manufacture of a single product more or less unchanged for over half a century, will sell a factory-built Cafe Racer next year. The Cafe Racer was displayed at the New Delhi Auto
RE-ADVERTISED DUE TO PREVIOUS BUYER NOT PROCEEDING - NO TIME WASTERS PLEASEThe bike for sale was purchased by me on 15 October 2005 and has since been completely re-built. It has a geniune mileage of 1,565 miles which are traceable through MOT certificates. Since re-build I hav...
So how do they come up with this 'Cafe Racer' description. Is it because they start/finish the race at a cafe?Seems to me that you get some retro styled bike with no modern technology on it, put drop handlebars, a flat seat and wire spoke wheels
wheels on the existing hubs with new rims and spokes, I've used them for my Norton cafe racers and they've given good service.central wheel services Try Unity Equipe (who advertise in all the classic mags) - they're the biggest suppliers of cafe racer
http://www.flickr.com/photos/30096576@N05/sets/72157613288461253/show/Clink on show info,top right. Awesome pics...cafe racer is a def project bike when I find teh time / money!
I found an old book about Cafe Racers, and it seems to me that in comparison to the '60s we have it lucky, most modern bikes are good straight from the box and there is no need to swap engines etc. Is there anybody of my generation who thinks a bit
I've taken a real 60's trip and have decided to turn my poor old long suffering rat beemer into a full cafe racer, ok stop laughing RBZ! Anyway, I know the clip on's and rearsets are pretty essential, and that the tank is going to be sprayed silver
I am looking for a Cafe racer, a converted BMW or the like.What do you have? i've got a mate who has an ex earlystocks racer-r100rs i think, he had a ally tank and seat specially made for it which cost him £350--he also had a special exhaust made
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