Honda CB550 has a special place in my heart. It is my first motorcycle and I am very happy with it. I would say these bikes are perfect for anyone looking to build a smaller Honda cafe racer. Most of the time people go for the next step up like the CB750. Continue reading
When building a cafe racer out of a Honda CX500 there is a big decision that needs to be made. What to do with the lines on the bike. This bike holds a beautiful engine but getting the right lines is crucial to making this bike stand out. Continue reading
Seeing this bike for the first time, the tires and the small displacement of motor stood out to me. I like how the bike looks so beefy and aggressive but yet hold a Honda CG 150 motor. Now many might say they don’t like small displacement motors, but I would beg to differ.
Cafe Racers started off in Europe. And even in 2016 Europe does not fail to surprise us with beautiful looking Honda cafe racers. This particular Honda was built by a shop called Unikat Motorworks. This shop is owned by an Oscar nominated special effects director Grzegorz Korczak. Continue reading
Here is Blackies Honda Cb750. Now the story goes like this. This would be two summers ago he bought a 1980 Honda CB750 custom for $1150 from Blaine Lake Sk. The family had to sell all there motorcycles because they were moving. So Blackie saw the Honda and it was in great condition with only 17000km on it. So he knew he must have it. Continue reading
This Honda cafe racer has an interesting story and was inspired by something that usually does not get associated with motorcycles. John Ryland of Classified Moto is a fan of space travel and that’s the vibe I get from this bike the longer I look at. Ryland started this project about four years ago. Continue reading
It was about three years ago when Eastern spirits entered the café racer seen and showed of their CX500 build. That was a great looking bike. It had all the great lines and lots of rustic character. But this new bike they have built is approached from a different perspective. Simplicity and high attention to details. Continue reading