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Jason Lee’s Cafe Racer

Posted on April 28, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. 3 comments

On the cover of the latest Cafe Racer mag is a pic of Jason Lee and his awesome 1966 Honda CB160. So sweet. It was made for him by the guys at Lossa Engineering. They have a cool website with loads of nice old honda cafe racers. If you want to subscribe to Cafe Racer Magazine click here. Its worth the cash and worth supporting….

 

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Warm and Fuzzy feeling

Posted on April 18, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. 1 Comment

Saw this beautiful CB350 cafe racer and got that warm and fuzzy feeling again in parts of my body I can’t discuss here. I think the couple in the old CB350 ad below know that feeling as well…

 

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Vintage Honda Commercial

Posted on April 18, 2009 by Scott in Video. No Comments

A young John Travolta starring in a Honda commercial before he was a movie star…

 

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Honda Impossible Dreams

Posted on April 1, 2009 by Scott in Video. No Comments

I love this Honda commercial. Great way to showcase their products…

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Going Bananas for monkeys!

Posted on March 30, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Other. 1 Comment

Found this custom shop in the UK that specialize in Honda Monkeys and Gorillas. They are called Monkey Bike (that explains it). They are not my style but I love some of the photos they have on their website. My favourite is the mean looking dude standing next to his hotted up monkey… now that is so bad ass buddy. Would be really funny to see a bikie gang that all ride these things… Maybe they could be called the Hells Monkeys?…

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IS IT HOT IN HERE?

Posted on March 15, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

I have seen this pic of the cb750 with the hottie in bikini many times. Hard to forget that beautiful body… and the girl looks alright as well. Found out this bike was recently on ebay and was sold by kgcycles. Went to their website and they have some sweet looking bikes. This cb750 is one of the best I have seen. Would love to know how much it went for, if anyone knows can they let me know?

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Honda CB750. The Super Bike?

Posted on February 3, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. 1 Comment

Apparently the CB750 was the first modern four cylinder machine from a mainstream manufacturer, the term Superbike was created to describe the CB750. Imagine that, the cb750 is the original superbike. Respect.

I just read that Discovery Channel ranked the Honda CB750 among the top ten greatest motorbikes of all time, giving the CB750 third place. That is ahead of Harley Davidson, Triumph Bonneville and Moto Guzzi V8. Heres a couple of shots to get you excited (who needs viagra). I have a thing for black cafe racers at the moment…

  

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Honda GB500

Posted on January 27, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

In the late ’80’s, Honda experimented with a number of very unusual motorcycles. The GB500 was one of them. It took its style from the old cafe racers – which is why i like it so much. One of the best things to come out of the 80’s in my humble opinion (and of course hyper colored tshirts).

The GB500 was a moderate success in Japan, but in the US sales were hindered by the American love for large engines and dislike of the fairly high price tag. Which is why it’s relatively rare bike and has a bit of a cult status.

Here’s a couple of pics of this 80’s classic. The first pic is from an old honda advertisement… Love the birds forming the honda logo.

  
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Honda Monkey 40th Anniversary Edition

Posted on January 12, 2009 by Scott in Classic. 1 Comment
These things are big in Japan (well you know what i mean). This limited edition Honda Monkey 40th Anniversary Edition was apparently inspired by a famous japanese anime series called Peach Pit’s Shugo Chara. It costs ¥215,250, which is about $3400 Aus. dollars. Quite a lot for something so small. But they look like a lot of fun. Click on this too see how much fun.
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