Cafe racers chronicles
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Cafe racers chronicles
The best cafe racers from the Inazuma world
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Almost stock... CBX750

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CBX750F by Skon: stock like, special inside.
Main specs: Aprilia upside-down forks. New rear shock. Custom shortened subframe higher than stock. Custom tail and single seat. Rear fender removed. Electronics relocated inside within the new tail section. Airbox was removed, pod filters installed, new custom exhaust muffler. 

 

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The Kraken Drag Racer

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Custom built from scratch by Alessandro Plasmacustom Rorato in Ponte di PIave (not far from Venice), this bike was designed  just to ride drag races over a distance of 200 metres. It features a 903 OHV Fiat Uno Engine, custom supercharged, on a bespoke frame that seems to come from a small block Motoguzzi. The handmade exhausts look a sculpture themselves... The word "refinishing" is not applicable to this item...

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The Katana Concept 3.0

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2017 GSX-S1000F "Katana 3.0"
by Rodolfo Frascoli and Engines Engineering for Motociclismo magazine. 
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Merkel's Inazuma café racer

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1998 GSX750 classic cafe racer conversion: nothing left to chance by Merkel Motorrad

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The Raw Rider by K-Speed

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The Raw Rider is a Red & Black CBR250R custom rebuilt by K-Speed in Thailand, a Country where the donor bike can be easily found in a range between 40,000 and 50,000 BHT (1,250-1,600 USD or 1,000-1,300 euro)... Once again: less is more!
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R80 Scramber... Mass production of a one-off piece | Inazuma café racer

R80 Scramber... Mass production of a one-off piece | Inazuma café racer | Cafe racers chronicles | Scoop.it

The modern classic conversion of the old beemers from the 70's and the 80's has become a standard, generally appreciated and too often replicated. Several non-enthusiasts believe that BMW has re-introduced a modern series of their classic beemers and sell them through their dealers' network... Well, it's almost like that, since the changes to the old beemers are now so standardized that there is an infectious number of workshops able to offer them... So, if you really cannot manage to resist the temptation to follow the fashion and homologate yourself to the standard of the mass production of one-off pieces .. Well, at least choose carefully. A couple of hours ride from each other, not far from Frankfurt, Walzwerk and Sport Evolution propose - among others - these R80 monolever, virtually brand new, but that with additional expense you can really say factory new, also available with engines bored to 1000cc... And they are sold with warranty and TUV approval.
Check out the Inazumacafe's latest article for details...

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Stella's Mettle | Inazuma café racer

Stella's Mettle | Inazuma café racer | Cafe racers chronicles | Scoop.it
Stella’s Mettle”: a 1946 Indian Chief custom rebuilt by Joe Mielke for Robert Pandya
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Tasha and the CB

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Natasha Paz and Mr. Fernando Bortman's CB750F Cafe Racer
by Erez Dror Arts Motorcycles, custom design&painting

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