BMW Obviously not a cafe racer, but a hell of a design! Personally I hate this ride position, but with only a few minor modifications, could make a perfect cafe fighter.
EASY BEING GREEN. Kott’s Beautiful ‘75 Honda CB550 Cafe
California’s Kott Motorcycles mostly do one thing - build exceptional cafe racers based around late 1970’s Hondas. They’ve wrenched on a few side projects, a few Triumph’s and BMW’s, but the best work Dustin and his team produce is a steady flow of wonderfully perfect Hondas. Like this one...
Testing Ground | Pininfarina Wind Tunnel | Jim G Dino S Berlinetta Competizione | Ferrari 206 S | Sports Car | Prototipo Pininfarina | One-Off Show Car | Gullwing Doors | Chassis No 10523 | 2.0L Tipo 231B 65 V6 180hp
Rickman Metisse G80 Scrambler. I cannot take much credit for this build but I did sort it out. Constructed by an amateur builder there were lots of things just not right. Control ergonomics for one; gear change and kickstarter fowled, kick start and exhaust fowled, brakes beyond adjustment etc. there was a long list. Also the engine wouldn't start, wheel and chain alignment out. So we stripped much of it back refitted and reset everything. Now its all sorted and running lovely.