This stunning Honda CB750 cafe racer is the result of a collaboration between Dime City Cycles and Iron & Air Magazine, it was presented to the public for the first time at the The Barber Vintage Festival last week.
Dime City Cycles is a store for people who build their own motorcycles, they stock all the parts you need to take a stock motorcycle and turn it into a cafe racer, bobber, tracker or anything else you might fancy.
Dime City Cycles is a fantastic one stop shop for everything a custom motorcycle builder needs to turn a stock bike into the café racer, bobber or flat-tracker of their dreams. I’ve ordered from Dime City Cycles more than once for different projects and chatted with some of the guys who work there so it’s great to be able to feature one of their own motorcycle builds here on Silodrome.
Dime City Cycles is a New York based one stop shop for anyone building custom motorcycles, be it a café racer, a flat-tracker or a bobber, DCC will generally have the parts you’re looking for.
Something about the classic bubble shield makes me nostalgic for a time before I was born, the visors were initially made famous in the 60’s and have been a popular helmet addition ever since.
The T-Shirt is a wardrobe staple, no buttons, collars, sleeves or cufflinks. In fact they’re damn near the perfect item of clothing for anyone who thinks mirrors are for women and perhaps signalling aircraft should you happen get lost in the woods.
Dime City Cycles is a one stop shop for anyone building or restoring a café racer or retro/vintage motorcycle, they literally sell everything a bike builder might need, including threads like this Café Racer Tee.