The Skyteam Ace 125 is a production motorcycle designed to evoke the memories and performance characteristics of the iconic Honda RC110, in fact the styling is so similar that you’d be excused for confusing the two bikes as one and the same.
The Honda S90 is one of those bikes that doesn’t get the cafe racer treatment nearly often enough. The ultra lightweight motorcycle was manufactured by Honda between 1964 and 1969, it was fitted with a 4-stoke, air-cooled single cylinder engine capable of 8hp and capable of just over 60mph (with a light rider).
The CB350 Brat is one of those bikes that lit up the moto-web when it was released last year, it had features on BikeEXIF, Cyril Huze Post and Sydney Cafe Racers and the world loved it.
The Honda CB400ss is a reliable and highly capable thumper that produces 29hp and 23ft-lbs of torque, the original bike weighs in at just 139kgs (306lbs) and by the looks of it, this reworked version is even lighter still.
This is my kind of bike. No superfluous stickers, plastic body work or unnecessary chrome bullshit. Just a bike that’s fun to ride and fun to fix. Hell, spending rainy days working bikes like this is half the fun.