Top 5 Cafe Racers On eBay This Week

Ducati Cafe Racer

This week we found a broad spectrum of distinctly American cafe racers, the two Buells are very impressively engineered motorcycles and that Ducati 750 GT will have you ready to raid the checking account. The Royal Enfield has been tastefully modified and despite the way it looks it’s actually only 5 years old and last…

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Triumph Scrambler Custom

Triumph Scrambler 2

This Triumph Scrambler custom is a little unusual in that it was actually built by the engineers at Triumph as a study into what the Scrambler could evolve into over the coming years. This build is far from being just a slap of paint and a new muffler, every element of the original Scrambler was…

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1969 Honda CL350 Cafe Racer

Honda CL350

The Honda CL350 was the marque’s best selling model for a number of years between 1968 through 1973, over 250,000 of them were produced and a significant number of them are still on the road thanks to the hard-to-kill nature of Honda’s engines. With a dry weight of 328lbs (149kgs) and a horsepower output of 36 at…

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Suzuki XN85 Turbo

Suzuki XN85 Turbo Motorcycle

The Suzuki XN85 Turbo was the first turbo-charged motorcycle from the Japanese marque, it was a direct answer to the Honda CX500T but it upped the ante a little by offering a capacity of 673cc. As it was Suzuki’s first crack at a turbo the boost and resulting performance was relatively modest, but this isn’t…

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Top 5 Cafe Racers on eBay This Week

Cafe Racer Main

There’s a surprising variety of cafe racers on eBay this week, we found bikes from England, Japan and India – The latter of which was featured on the television show Cafe Racer TV earlier this year. Looking over this list I think I’d probably take home the Norton AJS Special, it’s a fascinating bike with an…

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Stories of Bike – Sister

Girls Riding Motorcycles 2

Sister is the latest episode in the popular Stories of Bike film series by director Cam Elkins, this episode features best-friends Maria and Nina – both Swedish women who currently live in Sydney and spend their weekends throwing their swags onto the back of their motorcycles and setting off into the countryside to see what they can see….

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