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Development of a custom motorcycles family for the central america market, using the base of the Suzuki GN 125 & 250 cc

CROWE/TARANTULAS CB750. This has to be one of the best CB interpretations I've come across. Fantastic concept and workmanship.

CB750 cafe racer by Crowe/Tarantulas

CROWE/TARANTULAS I love the color and tone of this bike. In the a teenaged me used to lay awake at night fantasizing about Cafe Racer bikes like this

Quite Continental

An entry from Quite Continental

This 1975 Honda CB550 is not your typical CB cafe racer. It’s probably one of the fastest vintage Hondas we’ve ever seen.

The Dark Art of Building a CB Cafe Racer

This 1975 Honda is not your typical CB cafe racer. It’s probably one of the fastest vintage Hondas we’ve ever seen. Like this for a side panel.

This 1975 Honda CB550 is not your typical CB cafe racer. It’s probably one of the fastest vintage Hondas we’ve ever seen.

The Dark Art of Building a CB Cafe Racer

Fade To Black” is the name of the latest build to roll out of the Federal Moto workshop. Commissioned by Grant Harvey, a Canadian film and television director, the sleek bike started off as a 1975 Honda but Federal Moto gave it their trademar

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