Café Racer & The City (2011)
A (really short) movie about a café racer and the city. That’s it.
Filmed and directed by Alexander Khudokon, and found on the great Silodrome.
Honda CB650, by Ugly Motorbikes
Being blatantly honest, I know very little about bikes. I simply know I adore café racers and everything they (most often) stand for.
So instead of trying to explain what I can’t explain, head over to this CB650’s article and find more about this beautiful thing.
Triumph TT Deluxe Café Racer (custom)
The idea behind this Triumph TT Deluxe was to build an already classic motorcycle with a subtle and true vintage feeling, meaning that it was modified to look somewhat like it had been made 50 years earlier. It’s 1960 meets 1910 in two wheels.
All work done by LC Fabrications. More pictures and info at Silodrome.
Honda CB350, by Ellaspede (1971)
This is how you convince me into “café-racing”.
This CB350 was modified by the guys at Ellaspede just enough to make it look and feel like a luxurious piece of furniture, which happens to be able to take you to the bar in style on a Saturday night cruise.
More at Silodrome.
Norley Café Racer, by Santiago Choppers
The attention to detail on this custom Norley is astonishing. I love the lines of the frame, they’re quite graceful to look at. Head over to Silodrome for more pictures.