Search results “Moto cafe style” for the 2015
The difference between Café, Tracker, Scrambler, Brat, & rat bikes (Motovlog)
All music by SUBSTEREO: https://www.youtube.com/substereomusic Submoto goes through the basic differences between Cafe Racers, Street Trackers, Scramblers, Brat style, and Rat bikes How to build a Café Racer: https://youtu.be/8fXZ4QCZ1pg FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/submotovlogs TWITTER: https://twitter.com/submoto
Views: 220488 SUBMOTO
Turbocharged Cafe Racer Honda VT500 The One Moto Show
Ben Warren and Dragos Toma of Strange Coast Moto in Redlands, California shows us their latest build, a turbocharged cafe racer based on a 1980's Honda VT500, which they debuted at this year's The One Moto Show in Portland, Oregon.
Views: 166869 The Moto Channel
FOR THE RIDE (women)
FOR THE RIDE (women) - Jimmy Cornett & the Deadmen
Passer sa moto en cafe racer de A à Z.
Adaptation sur un sv650s de 2001: 1- adaptation d'un phare rond et clignos 2- branchement compteur acewell 3- création support 4- installation compte tour 5- paramétrage du compteur
How to install a cafe racer seat loop / brat seat hoop on your motorcycle
here is how to install a café racer seat loop/ brat seat hoop on the frame of your café racer or brat style custom motorcycle New Ichiban Moto Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Ichiban-Moto-523158707862131/ Twitter: @IchibanMoto1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ichibanmoto/ Send me mail! - whenever there is enough stuff in the mail bag to put together a subscriber mail reading and shout-out, I will put up a video for you guys! Thanks to those of you who already sent me letters and gifts ! Send me stuff to use in videos ! Yes- I actually do send stickers out to those who contribute bits, parts, stuff for my projects and pretty much everyone who I talk about or thank in my videos. If you want to send me bike stuff, things for potential use in videos or tools to review etc. (or even just cash donations ! ) mail them to me: Ichiban Moto PO Box 1362 Highland Park, IL 60035 USA Yes- you can just buy Ichiban Moto stickers - they are on ebay !
Views: 609421 Ichiban Moto
1982 Yamaha Virago XV920 Cafe Racer R6 XV750
Jake Bandaruk of Los Angeles, California shows us his custom 1982 Yamaha Virago cafe racer, which was built by Jeffrey of JTEC MOTO. Upgrades include Yamaha R6 front end, rear mono shock and tail light assembly. Rear wheel is from a second generation Virago. Jake's helmet is a Shark RAW Blank Motorcycle Helmet Matte Black. Drone shots recorded with DJI Phantom 3. Big thanks to JTECMOTO.COM for making this video possible.
Views: 413711 The Moto Channel
BMW R75/5 Custom Cafe Racer by Moto Motivo
You won’t find two more different styles of motorcycle, than to compare a BMW to a Ducati. The Bavarian cycle is reliable and sensible like your grandpa, whereas the Italian machine is like your crazy cousin who keeps getting you in trouble in the pursuit of a good time. Somehow, Moto Motivo has managed to strike a healthy balance between the two, producing a cafe racer featuring the best parts of each. Starting with a busted ass 1972 R75/5, Johann and the MM crew have brought this bike back to life, repowered it, and produced a magnificent multicultural machine that even the builder himself wasn’t sure he could achieve. The build kicked off with a rather sad R75 bike, an extended period stored outside leaving the rims, suspension and chrome bodywork unserviceable. Seeing the potential in the frame, Johann picked up the bike and treated it to a Ducati mono shock makeover, a move which caught the eye of the current owner, who gave Johann the bike brief to build the bike as Johann saw fit. This worked for the builder, in his own words: “This was a dream build for me, Jim gave me instructions to build the bike as if it was going to be my own, but it had to be light and nimble. That alone was a challenge using a 1970’s BMW.” After stripping down the phlegmatic R75 motor, the MM workshop decided that the operation of rebuilding the 745cc engine and giving it more power wasn’t financially viable. So the project sat, until a stroke of luck had another customer roll in looking to sell an R100RS donor bike. Lacking it’s bodywork, the R100 had a reconditioned motor, which meant better ignition system and an oil cooler – already a leap ahead of the R75’s powerplant. The only downside to the bigger motor was that it was stored minus the spark plugs, allowing surface rust to accumulate on the bores. Remedying this, Moto Motivo took the engine down, boring out the cylinders and fitting new Pistons/rings. On reassembly, the cylinder head was treated to new valves and guides, as well as porting and polishing. To accommodate the Dellorto PHF 36 carburetors, a set of custom intake manifolds were fabricated, and the stock airbox replaced with meshed velocity stacks. Exhaust duties are taken care of a 2 into 1 stainless system, running Moto Motivo’s own silencer, ceramic coated in black. To give the Beemer that cafe racer aesthetique, the frame has been detabbed and the factory battery box hurled. The entire factory rear end is gone, Johann from MM fabricating an entire new subframe, incorporating a Ducati 900SS mono shock. To keep with the sporting look of the bike, the fibreglass duck tail was manufactured in house at Moto Motivo, incorporating the relocated battery lithium battery. On putting the bike together after the extensive frame mods, the R100RS front end was mounted, and found to be too long and too soft to achieve the low stance expected of a cafe racer. Raiding the parts bin, in an incredible piece of luck, Johann found a complete 900SS front end from a previous Ducati build. After fitting custom steering head bearings, all the standard factory fork components could be utilised on the build. The hybrid bike rolls on rims laced inhouse, the front hub from a Sport Classic. Finished in bone white, with obligatory GT stripes, the Beecati is a far cry from the sad R75 the bike started out as. Evidence can be found in the fact the bike picked up ‘Best in Show’ at the Raleigh Eurobike show, on the first weekend the owner had it. Which is fitting really. You couldn’t get a more European bike if you tried.
Views: 10070 Custom Cafe
Virago 250 Cafe Racer Bobber Mods Part 3
Virago 250 Cafe Racer Bobber Mods Part 3 - Just when I thought I was done modding the XV250 Virago.. I just couldn't resist making the XV250 even better! The Virago 250 has gone on a diet yet again. I was able to shed even more weight off the XV250 by removing the chain guard, rear foot pegs and hardware brackets, 80% chop on the rear fender and removed all stock rear lighting. The TC Bros vertical license plate bracket and light kit was a nice touch and made the XV250 look much cleaner by eliminating all the clutter on the rear fender. The XV250 is really coming along and has been a blast to ride. The bike is really light now and probably weighs in around 260 pounds if I had to guess. I may not be done with mods just yet. I really like the cafe racer look so I am considering swapping the Renthal handle bars for some clip-ons and lowering the fork a bit. The seat also needs to shrink a bit so I'll either trim the foam under the cover or replace the seat with something cool if I can find one. Let me know what you think in the comments and watch for new XV250 mod videos coming soon. As always, ride safe and have fun!!
Views: 130778 Max Speed Media
Honda WIN 100cc Cafe Racer - Exhaust Sound Test
Honda WIN 100 is a Four-stroke light weight sport bike made by Honda. It used to make this cafe race. Check out this cafe racer playlist to view more videos : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg6vBZ9Tec9z0Qz0637dovNbqdUOiS9yi This bike was made by caybuavang.vn from an old honda WIN 100cc Phone : +84 909 681518 About Honda Win 100cc Honda Win 100cc: light weight, easy to ride, fast and reliable. This bike shares the same engine and may parts like the popular Honda Wave or Dream 100cc This model was made based on the Honda CD90cc model which started in 1971 by the joint venture between PT Federal Motor and Honda Japan as CKD (Completely Knocked Down). The first Honda Win 100cc was made in 1986 and the last one in 2005. There is no change in design, just mud guards and stickers. Honda Win 100cc specifications Curb weight 100 kg Overall length x width x height 1,910 x 700 x 1,065 mm Wheel base 1,235 mm Seat height 760 mm Min-ground clearance 130 mm Fuel tank capacity 8.0l Chassis Tubes Front Tires 2.75 – 18 – 42P Rear Tires 3.00 – 17 – 44P Front Brake Drum Rear Brake Drum Clutch Manual, Wet Type, & Double Clutch Battery 12V – 4Ah Spark Plug NGK C7HSA Ignition CDI-DC, Battery Cam Chain Silent chain Fuel Consuming 51.4 km/liter speed 50 km/hour (standard gasoline) Engine oil capacity 1.0 litre when dismantling machine; 0.7 litre when changing lubricant Front suspension Spring, Hydraulic Shock Absorber Rear suspension Modified Wave RSX Spring, Hydraulic Shock Absorber Engine type 4-Stroke, OHC, Air Cooled Displacement 100 cm3 Bore stroke 50 x 49.5 mm Compression ratio 9.0 : 1 Max. output / rpm 10.8 hp / 8,000 rpm Gear box 1-N-2-3-4, 4 Speed Starting system Kick starter
Views: 528393 Classic Bike Collections
Cafe Racer: Not Your Ordinary Motorcycle
Walt Seigl speaks to WSJ's Jonathan Welsh about the rising popularity of the cafe racer motorcycle. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnetwork More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/wall-street-journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 64758 Wall Street Journal
Kott Motorcycles 1973 Honda CB750 Cafe Racer
Dustin Kott of Kott Motorcycles near Los Angeles, California shows us his latest build, a custom cafe racer based on a 1973 Honda CB750.
Views: 59470 The Moto Channel
GIVI - The new Cafe Racer accessories line
We are glad to introduce the new line of GIVI accessories dedicated to the scrambler and cafe racer world. Stay tuned...!
Views: 37159 GIVIchannel
Sacha Lakic's Honda CX500 Cafe Racer - long version
Sacha Lakic riding his cx500 Cafe Racer on the track - long version. ©Sacha Lakic Design & Sébastien Nunes Photography 2015
Views: 403295 Sacha Lakic Design
Kott Motorcycles 1974 Honda CB750 Cafe Racer
Dustin Kott of Kott Motorcycles near Los Angeles, California shows us his latest build, a custom cafe racer based on a 1974 Honda CB750.
Views: 78611 The Moto Channel
2015 Moto di Ferro - Scrambler Tracker Bobber Café Racer
2015 Moto di Ferro Deutschland - Café Racer Serie Di Ferro custom motorcycles belong by right to the world of Made in Italy excellence. They are special, limited edition bikes forged by former racer Marco Lugato, now known for his radical and meticulous work as designer and blacksmith. Since opening shop in 2010, near the heart of Venice’s steel and mechanical engineering industry, Marco and his team have been creating unique, history-making models. In a land of seafaring people, they decided to seek new adventures on the road. “We make motorcycles designed to do what we want to do, and say what we feel like saying”. Café Racer Scrambler Tracker Bobber www.motodiferro.com
Views: 2127 Marc Seeh
how to chop and bob a motorcycle fender for custom cafe racers brat style  and bobbers
subscribe for weekly videos in this video I share tricks and tips on how to chop and bob a motorcycle fender for custom café racers brat style and bobbers Send me mail! - whenever there is enough stuff in the mail bag to put together a subscriber mail reading and shout-out, I will put up a video for you guys! Thanks to those of you who already sent me letters and gifts ! Send me stuff to use in videos ! Yes- I actually do send stickers out to those who contribute bits, parts, stuff for my projects and pretty much everyone who I talk about or thank in my videos. If you want to send me bike stuff, things for potential use in videos or tools to review etc. (or even just cash donations ! ) mail them to me: Ichiban Moto PO Box 1362 Highland Park, IL 60035 USA Yes- you can just buy Ichiban Moto stickers - they are on ebay !
Views: 60750 Ichiban Moto
Cafe Racer Honda CG125
By Grand Area Custom Motorcycles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Views: 105377 Ashif Uzzaman
Honda Rebel 250cc cafe racer - Honda CMX250C cafe racer
Honda Rebel 250cc cafe racer or Honda CMX250C cafe racer in some country This Honda Rebel 250cc Cafe Racer was made from an old Honda CMX250C ( 1989) by caybuavang.vn ( Phone : +84 909 681518) Check out this cafe racer playlist to view more videos : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg6vBZ9Tec9z0Qz0637dovNbqdUOiS9yi The Honda CMX250, or Rebel 250, is a 234 cc (14.3 cu in) cruiser-style motorcycle made by Honda on and off since 1985. It uses the same 234 cubic centimetres (14.3 cu in) straight-twin engine as the Honda Nighthawk 250 standard. The Rebel is part of the CM series of cruisers. It is commonly used in the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's certified rider-training courses Engine and weight The Rebel is powered by an air-cooled 234cc V-twin engine that has proven itself for decades. The engineers at Honda have perfected this little powerplant and I would venture to say it's practically bullet proof at this point. The engine looks a little small in the frame of the bike, especially when compared to a larger cruiser. That small engine really helps to keep the weight of this motorcycle extremely low. Filled up with oil and gasoline this bike only weighs around 329 lbs. The weight is just one of the reasons that makes the Rebel a powerhouse in the 250 class. It's also quick off the line while still having the power to cruise at 60-70 mph. If you are going to be traveling up some steep hills in your journey though, you may notice that you have to downshift to keep the bike happy and cruising along at a respectable speed. It has a single disc brake in the front and a drum in the rear. The only gauge is a speedometer that includes gear recommendations based on speed; there is no tachometer. The transmission is a standard down-1st, up-2nd to 5th 5-speed. The September 1985 issue of Motorcyclist magazine, when the Rebel was first introduced, said, "by targeting the bike to a young audience, such as those who watch MTV, Honda hopes to attract newcomers and expand the motorcycle market ... Honda is not marketing this motorcycle as a woman's bike The Honda Rebel 250 is one of the first motorcycles I ever got a chance to ride. This is because they are often times the bike you get to learn on while taking the MSF course. This isn't just a motorcycle to learn on though, it's a great bike that can keep you happy for a very long time.
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Honda CB1300 Cafe Racer "The Bagonx" from Yogyakarta
Honda CB1300 1998 Cafe Racer build by Tedjo Klasyk Kustom Contact person/WA : 088215042263 Email address: [email protected] Facebook ID: Tedjo Klasyk
Views: 150672 tedjo klasyk
Friends Ride My CB550 Cafe Racer
Click below for the playlist of this brat style CB550 build from beginning to the current state (its never ending) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLN9TMNNxgUWQ-_74NXRQVABaJsacufn5r Stickers - http://www.CZeroMedia.com Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/CZeroMedia Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CZeroMedia
Views: 137890 CZeroMedia
Moto Guzzi Le Mans Cafe Racer by Wolf Moto
One of South Africa’s motorcycling hotspots is the Woodstock Man Cave, a workshop-cum-clubhouse in Cape Town. It’s also the venue for a bike show that’s popular with local customizers. But a few weeks ago, it was a machine from the opposite end of South Africa that grabbed everyone’s attention. Builders Kyle Scott and Chris Clokie drove a thousand miles—virtually the whole width of the country—to present this 1980 Moto Guzzi LeMans II, their first build. . The boys have just opened Wolf Moto in the small town of Drummond, a few miles inland from the Indian Ocean. It’s a full service workshop, but they’re happy building customs—as well as tuning suspension, fabbing up exhaust systems or handling general maintenance. Wolf’s client wanted a café-style bike based around a vintage icon. When a single owner Mark II with just 24,000km on the clock came up for sale, he jumped on it and sent it to Kyle and Chris. “I like to look at café-style customs,” says Kyle, “but I’m not a massive fan of riding that type of bike.” “Chris and I started out on dirtbikes, so we’re partial to building and riding scramblers and trackers. But we’re happy to scratch a pure café build off the list, just to keep things interesting.” Once the LeMans was in the shop it was given a complete stripdown, followed by an engine refresh and a new coat of paint. The frame was de-lugged, tidied up, and sent off for sandblasting and powder coating. A pair of Dell’Orto PHF carbs (with foam Uni Filters) now feed the engine, and there’s a custom-fabricated 316-grade stainless steel exhaust system at the other end. The cut-down wiring harness takes juice from an Antigravity Lithium-ion battery and the ignition system has been upgraded too. The stance is first class, thanks to rebuilt forks lowered by 25mm and adjustable Ikon shocks. The front brakes have been treated to Brembo twin pot calipers, and the tires are Bridgestone’s Spitfire 2s. The cockpit is mostly original. The original clip-ons were retained but shortened, and the controls, switches and speedo are also factory standard. “They were in near-perfect condition,” explains Kyle, “and the speedo showed the true mileage of the bike.” There’s a new aluminum bracket though, housing the speedo, trip reset dial and ignition switch. Lighting is via LEDs front and back, with discreet taillights sunk into the rear frame rails. Bar-end turn signals keep things legal at both ends. For the striking bodywork, Wolf used a Kaffeemaschine tank—a stylish piece that sets the tone for the rest of the design. A solo seat and a pair of curved number boards were hand-made to accompany it. As a nod to the Guzzi’s Italian roots, the color theme is tricolore—a red leather seat, green number boards and white knee indents on the tank. For additional authenticity, original Moto Guzzi tank badges were added. It’s the kind of build you’d expect to see from a leading Euro workshop, not a startup in a small town near the southern tip of Africa. If they keep this up, they’ll put Drummond on the map in no time.
Views: 7238 Custom Cafe
Bratstyle / Cafe Racer - Přestavba Honda CM400 T - 1982
Finální představení naší přestavby motocyklu Honda CM 400T Bratstyle který vznikl v naší dílně Ve stráži nad Nežárkou v Jižních Čechách v roce 2014. F A C E B O O K → https://www.facebook.com/reichmoto.cz I N S T A G R A M → https://www.instagram.com/reichmoto.cz W E B S I T E → http://www.reichmoto.cz ►============= ✮ EXTERNÍ ODKAZY ✮ =============◄ http://bratstyle.it/honda-cm400t-bobber-eng.html http://www.reichmoto.cz/index.php?id_cms=10&controller=cms http://www.motorkari.cz/clanky/clanky-prestavby/prestavba-honda-cm400t-bratstyle-29098.html
Views: 27295 reichMoto.cz
Honda CB750 Custom Cafe Racer by Clockwork Motorcycles
1978 Honda CB750 Modified and powdercoated frame Suzuki Gsx-r1000 front forks conversion Gsx-r brake rotors, caliper, master cylinder and stainless steel braided lines Machined aluminum front hub Cognito Moto machined top triple with integrated Motogadget gauge 18x2.75" lightweight aluminium rims laced with stainless spokes and nipples Rebuilt engine bored out to 836cc with Wiseco pistons and rings Fully rebuilt and planned head with cnc cut valve seats Keihin CR29 race carburetors 4 into 2 exhaust system Custom battery box Keyless ignition New wirring with Motogadget M-unit Hagon rear shocks Custom leather seat Modified oil tank and hand made side cover No parts left untouched...
Views: 33898 Custom Cafe
Kott Motorcycles 1975 Honda CB550 Cafe Racer
Dustin Kott of Kott Motorcycles near Los Angeles, California shows us his latest build, a custom cafe racer based on a 1975 Honda CB550.
Views: 41270 The Moto Channel
projeto Honda XL 600 cafe racer
Alteraçao completa para cafe racer NEW VIDEO HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgvbYxQLFEo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQx7H56baeI Suspensao frente Suzuki 1000 Braço oscilante Trimph Speed triple Farol Golf 2
Cafe Racer (Why motorcycles make people feel free?)
(Legendado em Português) What if you found Aladdin's magic lamp. what would you choose? I can assure you, that there's a right answer. It's something related with motorcycles. Something deep, that we always knew unconsciously, but consciously forgotten. This is something to be shared with all motorcyclists, and not only Cafe Racer Enthusiasts. I'm sure you will like and remember the main message of this video. My special thanks to Pedro Asturiano and Lost Boys Cafe Racer Crew México, for sharing this wonderful video footage. Here are some interesting links to the original footage created by Pedro Asturiano and Lost Boys Cafe Racer Crew México: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTT-SHNX7ss https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHXf2h9bMn4A1JG1bMNuy4g/videos https://www.youtube.com/user/pedroasturianoz/videos https://www.facebook.com/lostboyscaferacercrew/photos_stream
Views: 223682 RACER TV
Custom Yamaha TW200 by Wolf Moto
Building a decent custom motorcycle can be a daunting task. But when your customer is also an accomplished builder, the pressure is doubled. Wolf Moto got the commission for this Yamaha TW200 from Louis Nel—a talented South African builder based in Nelspruit, whose work we’ve featured before. Louis has a knack for balanced lines and meticulous attention to detail, but he also has a busy career and a blossoming family. So his projects are usually after-hours endeavours. When his wife wanted to start riding, Louis knew a custom bike would be the only option. But he was short on time—so he turned his attention 400 miles south, to Drummond-based Wolf Moto. Louis and the Wolf team of Kyle Scott and Chris Clokie agreed: the TW200 was the perfect candidate. With a low seat height and sedate power delivery, it’s loved in South Africa. Just ask any farmer looking for a runabout, or a riding school needing a basic mule. Wolf sourced an original condition 2008 TW200 from the other side of the country, and dragged it into the workshop. “Our initial brief was to build a ‘custom’ TW200,” says Kyle, “which left the options wide open.” “The project gained direction when we tested our tracker seat from another Wolf Moto bike. Louis liked the idea of a tracker build—and so the Yamaha ‘Fat Tracker’ was born.” “The idea going forward was to produce a stripped down, street legal custom bike inspired by the flat track racing scene.” Above the rear monoshock is a flat track-style seat, set into a fiberglass unit produced by Wolf and capped with suede upholstery. It sits on a neat custom-fabricated subframe. When it came to finding a fuel tank to match, Wolf struck gold. Bike Hospital in Johannesburg had a “new old stock” 78-model XS250 tank, still in its original packaging. Barring a few nicks it was in good shape, so the guys left it ‘as is’ to preserve an air of period-correctness. The rest of the bike got a thorough clean-up. The engine was stripped, serviced and repainted, and the frame was coated in fine-textured Ferrograin powder. Wolf also ditched the airbox, and fitted a Uni filter via a hand-made stainless steel intake pipe. Then they swapped the battery for a smaller Antigravity Lithium-ion item, tucked away under the seat. Fabrication includes a new stainless steel exhaust header, with a re-interpretation of FMF’s popular “Power Bomb” expansion chamber. Attached to it is a Supertrapp muffler. Wolf dropped the front forks internally by just over an inch, and rebuilt the rear shock, powder-coating the spring in the process. The front fender comes from Goods Company in Japan, but the chain guard and aluminum bash plate were made in-house. The TW200 wouldn’t be competitive on a race track, but Kyle and Chris couldn’t resist adding some ‘race’ bits. There’s an oil cooler from Holley USA, plumbed with fittings from POSH Japan. And there’s a new Yamaha brake disk and a braided brake line. Up front is a 6¼-inch PIAA 520 Halogen light; out back is an LED strip from Custom Dynamics, handling taillight and turn signal duties. The handlebars are from POSH, kitted with Pro-Taper MX grips. With everything ticked off the list, Kyle slapped on a set of chubby Dunlop K180s. And then took the ‘Fat Tracker’ for a quick burn on the local dirt track.
Views: 51834 Custom Cafe
Yamaha SR400 Café Racer Custom - 2015 model review
This Yamaha SR400 cafe racer is custom built wit bolt-on accessories by Yamaha Australia and Vanem. This custom SR400 is built from the re released Yamaha model and shows what you can do with this modern classic. Check out www.cyletorque.com.au for more information.
Views: 248847 Cycle Torque
HONDA CB 400 four - TUTO réalisation brat racer café racer - Episode 4 - how to build a cafe racer
Episode 4 - Tutoriel: Réalisation sur mesure d'un fond de selle en résine de polyester, fabrication du moule, méthode de réalisation en résine de polyester. Réaliser son fond de selle en polyester.
Views: 90854 GARAGE 70'
Cafe Racer Build Part 3, Frame Cutting, 78 Suzuki GS550
Day 3 of the Cafe racer build and it time to cut the frame down in size with the grinder ready for a brat style cafe racer hoop for the seat. Stickers available at http://fortheboldindustries.com/product/for-the-bold-stickers/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/for_the_bold_industries Grinder available here http://amzn.to/2rNns8V Filmed with Gopro: http://amzn.to/2rMZjPC
Views: 139717 For The Bold - dreegez
Harley Davidson Street750 Cafe Racer part 3
Part 3 (final episode) Building another Street750 for a local Harley Davidson dealer. Keep in mind the entire build is done in less than a week!!! Any questions? check our instagram or facebook feeds first. check out our store! http://www.tuffside.com TONS of pics and updates on Instagram here https://instagram.com/chappellcustoms/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ChappellCustoms Our website https://www.chappellcustoms.com Music by my nephew Austin Chappell. Purchase your favorites here http://inzenmusic.bandcamp.com More here: http://www.youtube.com/user/twitchyAMC
Views: 665017 Chris Chappell
MOTO TEST DRIVE - STALLIONS CENTAUR 150 CAFE Phuket Stallions Club Cafe Racer
Посторался, как можно более информативнее осветить и показать тайскую марку Stallions, существующий мото клуб, как можно с легкостью использовать данные мотоциклы в виде доноров под свои нужды. Я Вконтакте: http://vk.com/innivinni Мой Перескоп: https://www.periscope.tv/bopb3akohe Инстаграмм: https://instagram.com/q_innivinni_p Смотрим, Ставим лайки, Подписываемся! Phuket Stallions Club: https://www.facebook.com/Ct.phuketThailand/?fref=ts Канал Raddyson: https://goo.gl/z0PCj6 На бензин =D WMZ: Z175339699871 QIWI: +66971251286 JOIN VSP GROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: https://youpartnerwsp.com/ru/join?91299
Moto Cafe racer Honda CB550
Chad Goings of "Goings Moto" gain experience at the Madrid masters "Radical Ducati" and decided to build my first cafe racer. He chose as a donor the Honda motorcycle CB550, going by facilitating and simplifying Japanese bike. CB550 is a great choice to build motorcycle-style "cafe racer" because it was originally predisposed to this. When Chad brought the bike to his workshop, instead of a saddle and fuel tank components were "Benjies Cafe Racer". The master decided to leave them as a starting point, and then went to work. He made a new subframe and a beautiful cover of the alternator. After Chad repaired the engine and began the process easier motorcycle. So he drilled holes in the rear drum, and removed all the unnecessary and unimportant details, without which you can not do, so to speak. Ultimately, the child still built a modern cafe racer. And he coped with his work very well. The bike turned out easy and quick, with minimal equipment.
Views: 117 Roman Rozhansky
Cafe Racer Moto Skate - com Rafael Índio
Mais um vídeo do nosso amigo Raphael Índio, skatista profissional e apresentador do canal Vida de Índio, que resolveu aderir a Cafe Racer Culture, transformando sua Intruder 125 companheira fiel de suas aventuras em uma linda e adaptada CR/Bratstyle. O vídeo é muito legal e bem produzido! Vale muito a pena dar uma conferida, não só neste vídeo, mas também em seu canal, " VIDA DE ÍNDIO" , onde quinzenalmente ele apresenta um programa sobre Moto e Skate. Segue o link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgxLUc-IeIzTcTZqPCjcGmA
Moto Guzzi LeMans Cafe Racer by Moto Borgotaro
If you live in New York and love vintage European machinery, we have a name for you: Peter Boggia. He’s the man behind Moto Borgotaro, a Brooklyn-based shop that handles everything from regular maintenance to full restorations and café racer builds. Boggia is one of those guys who can take a factory bike and elevate it to a whole new level. His latest build is this 1979 Moto Guzzi LeMans, and it’s absolutely faultless. It’s been torn down to the crank, media blasted, and then hand-polished with oil, #0000 grade steel wool and hours of elbow grease. Let’s start with the dash, because it says a lot. The custom faceplate on this single Motogadget gauge echoes the functional style of industrial designers like Dieter Rams and Dietrich Lubs. Even the Bauhaus font used for the two solitary reference numbers reinforces that ethos, with a mark at 4000 rpm denoting the start of the power band, and another marking the end. Most of what makes this Moto Guzzi special is hard to see straight away. The essential lines and knuckle-like motor shape have the same distinctive look as the original LeMans. And although there are no turn signals, the bulky taillight remains. This was a very conscious decision, as Boggia explains. “It’s all about how the LeMans tank runs into the seat, and into that particular taillight,” he says. “That’s what the original designer spent so much care in creating. This isn’t a reinvention. There’s no chopping and rearranging, because the lines were right on these bikes to start out with.” But underneath that classic iconic silhouette, this bike is anything but a stock restoration. The lower rails of the frame have been eliminated entirely. Extra trusses have been added to the rest of the frame, and the headstock is reinforced. Cradled in this over-built nest of girded steel is a 1,000cc motor that’s been tweaked, ported and primed. Even the timing chain has been upgraded—the function taken over by precision aluminum gears. Like Swiss watchmaking, on steroids. Add it all up and the Guzzi exudes pure power, even while at rest. Roll back the Tommaselli throttle and you’ll feel the heavyweight slides moving up and down inside the Dell’Orto carburetors. Give it gas and the hand-made repro factory race exhaust responds with an angry roar. (Around the shop, the bike was nicknamed ‘Hellsgate’ for how it sounds.) High performance ceramic bearings have been installed in the powder-coated original LeMans wheels, as well as in the U-Joint inside the driveshaft. But the real secret in this bike’s performance lies is its transmission—a critical ingredient in the overall recipe. “The LeMans factory racing close-ratio gearbox has straight-cut gears,” says Boggia, “and it delivers maximum power when you really want it—on the meaty part of the power band.” Upgraded suspension keeps the power glued to the road—with YSS shocks and a period-correct Ducati M1R front end with progressively wound springs. And it stops as good as it goes, thanks to twin 300-millimeter floating rotors, four-piston calipers and a massive radial master cylinder—all by Brembo. Look closely, and you’ll spot cheesy red dice valve caps. “With all this high-minded design talk, we can’t take ourselves too seriously,” says Boggia. “At the end of the day, these are still just motorcycles.” If you like Moto Borgotaro’s style, there’s good news: Boggia plans to make five more LeMans cafe racers to the exact same spec as this one.
Views: 4555 Custom Cafe
Honda CB750 Cafe Racer by Moto Hangar
A 1977 Honda CB750 featuring, custom tail and leather seat, tucked mini headlight and MotoGadget speedo, clip-ons and leather wrapped hand grips. Front end lowered an inch and raised an inch in the rear. 4 into 1 headers and stainless steel reverse cone muffler. Carbs tuned with pod filters. Modern master cylinder and brake lines with dual front discs. MotoGadget mUnit and ballistic lithium battery with vintage aircraft push button and toggle switches. Porsche linen grey paint and stylized details.
Views: 2886 Custom Cafe
Kawasaki EX500 Ninja Custom Build Cafe Racer Bobber
Turning an old EX500 into a custom cafe racer. I do not own any of the sound tracks played in this video. all the soundtracks belong to their rightful owners
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1971 Honda CB500 Cafe Racer Brat Motorcycle
Our latest creation from the Junk Resurrection Garage in Charlotte NC. Started from a stripped frame and a lot of parts in bins, and ended up a real head Turner. Freshened up the motor, rebuilt the carbs, cut, grinded, and welded up the frame to accommodate the new Brat style seat. Made a neat battery/wire compartment under the seat to hide everything. Suspension was upgraded along with better braking components, new Shinko tires, and the use of Rick's electronics. L.e.d lights were used for signals, tail/stop, including the headlight. Clip-ons and rearsets were used for a more aggressive riding stance, and a single gauge speedometer with indicator l.e.d's mounted to a custom bracket. We purchased a sandblaster and powdercoating system for this project, and powdercoated everything we could fit into our oven. The frame and wheels were shot with a gloss black paint, and the tank received a nice Honda silver mettalic. The exhaust was completely wrapped and is a Jardine exhaust that was cut and re-welded up and sounds amazing. Our customer missed out on our last bike which was a '78 KZ650 Cafe Racer. When I told him I purchased this cb500 basket case and he could make it his own with whatever budget he had, he jumped. We are proud of our latest project, and the customer is super stoked with his new ride. His budget was $5k and we came in under that as well! If you have any questions, comments, or projects please let us know, and don't forget to follow us and share on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram, or visit our website for more pics on this build. #junkresurrection www.junkresurrection.com
Views: 65245 junkresurrection.com
How to upgrade RFY motorcycle shocks for your custom café  racer brat bobber fighter
subscribe to Ichiban Moto Leaked factory training film shows how to upgrade those cheap ass ebay motorcycle shocks for your custom café racer brat bobber street fighter
Views: 44668 Ichiban Moto
Ducati Helepolis Cafe Racer
This amazing custom bike presented by Krzysztof Skoczylas was filmed during the 3rd Wrocław Custom Championships in 2015. See more custom projects on our channel!
How to make a nostalgic Cafe Racer motorcycle from a Bullet Bike - Episode #6
Welcome to part 6 of our Cafe Racer build. Follow Ritchie and his son Patrik as they convert 2 Ninja 250s into vintage style racing motorcycles. In this episode they will detail the process of wrapping the pipes, installing vintage style trumpet mufflers, and finish it all up with the completion of both bikes! At SonicDad we believe in building relationships 1 cool project at a time. We think this project certainly qualifies. Enjoy:-)
Views: 218110 SonicDadDotCom

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