Retrofuture: A BMW R80 RT Cafe Racer by Moto Adonis

The modern concept of the cafe racer has evolved significantly since the genre was first created by the Brits in 1950s London. The first cafe racers were simply stripped-down production motorcycles with hopped up engines. They were typically fitted with clip-on handlebars, a single seat, knee-indents in the fuel tank, and no superfluous parts –…

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BMW K100 Retro Racer by Les Ateliers Du Dr Joë

The BMW K100 The BMW K100 was the motorcycle developed by the German marque to take the fight to the new breed of Japanese inline-4s, whilst at the same time meeting the increasingly stringent emissions regulations in Germany. It was never likely that the Germans would copy the favorite engine layout of the Japanese that…

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The Goblin Works Garage Norton Dominator Cafe Racer

The Norton Dominator Cafe Racer This Norton Dominator cafe racer holds two unique distinctions, it’s the only one like it in the world, and it’s the first (and so far only) custom motorcycle to have been commissioned directly by the Norton factory in England. The project started when Anthony Partridge stopped by the Norton Moto headquarters…

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JM Customs BMW R45 Cafe Racer

This BMW R45 is the work of a Scottish custom motorcycle garage based in Perth, on the east side of the country famous for whisky, haggis, and being so vicious in battle that the Romans gave up on conquering their territory and built a wall to try to contain them. It’s always interesting when Scots…

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Tamarit Moto Triumph Thruxton Custom

There’s something very appealing about a well-built Triumph Thruxton custom, it’s a bike that helped put Triumph on the map in the world of modern classic motorcycles, and the model has proven to be a hugely popular base for customization the world over. Thruxt8n – The Original Tamarit Moto Triumph Thruxton Custom Tamarit Moto is a…

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