One of the things we love about attending motorcycle shows like Fuel Cleveland are the characters you meet. Steve “Brew” Garn of Brew Bikes is one of those characters, and we love to see what custom motorcycles he has in the works. This year, Brew brought along a custom BMW R100RT cafe racer that definitely
This Italian-styled cafe racer has hardly an original bolt on it. Check out the awesome upgrades owner Spero Floro made to this 1979 Yamaha SR500!
This BMW R100 springer cafe racer named “Survivor” is the first unit of a limited edition of 10 units that Lord Drake Kustoms owner Francisco (Fran) Manen has begun to manufacture. The custom build has left fans of the BMW cafe racer motorcycles speechless. Check it out for yourself!
The idea was to create a piece of art on two wheels, and above all, a custom BMW R that had not been seen to date. That’s what Lord Drake Kustoms owner Francisco Manen accomplished with this BMW R100 named Survivor – just one of 10 to be built.
Over on the Return of the Cafe Racer’s, blogger Geoff Baldwin writes about Custom Creations’ founder Danilo Biello’s latest project that celebrates the shop’s 10th anniversary. The custom cafe racer is based on a 1996 BMW R100R they have named ‘The Rise’ after one of Danilo’s loyal customers. “Benedetto is the owner of the R100R.
For 2019, Triumph introduces two limited edition models, which were showcased at EICMA in Milan, Italy.
The leather jacket is abrasion resistant, cut resistant and perforation resistant, to offer a reliable barrier against injuries.
This 6˝all steel, chromed or black powder coated headlight is 7˝ in overall diameter, 6˝ diameter lens, and 6 ½˝ between the mounting brackets. Side mounts with M10 x 1.25 threads. Sleeker than your typical 7˝and more effective than most 4 ½˝ or 5 ¾˝ custom headlights.
When a Customer Needs Classic Bike Parts, Dealers Often End Up Here And Discover More Want to increase your number of happy customers? Train your people NOT to say, “We don’t stock that,” when someone comes in wanting fork tubes for a 1969 Honda CB 350 or an oil filter for a 1975 Norton Commando. What they
Want to quickly transform your sportster into an aggressive yet comfortable cafe racer? The RSD line of Cafe products will do just that. Check out some suggested items that will dramatically change the look of your bike. RSD Café Tail Section The RSD Café Tail Section slims and simplifies the back of your Sportster. The