Cafe Racer Spares
Cafe racer spares for various classic British and Japanese makes and models. Including BSA, Triumph, Norton, Honda.
The Cafe Racer
Originally developed in the early 1960s in Britain, Cafe racers were used by 'Rockers or 'Ton-up boys'. A Cafe racer typically had clip-on handlebars, a smaller rearward seat, distinctive 'half' fairing, megaphone silencers and the rear set footrests would be adjusted. This would all be done to make the bikes lighter and position the rider more tucked in, reducing wind resistance.
Evolution of the Cafe Racer
Now the Cafe racer syle had spread all over the world! Thanks to social media, the 'Rocker' or now 'Hipster' subculture can easily be connected globally, with more adventurous Cafe racers being the heart of it. Even manufactures are getting involved, with Triumph producing the Thruxton and Ducati with their sports classic.
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