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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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Vintage hotties

Posted on April 27, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Other. 1 Comment

I love vintage ads. When motorcycles were naked and woman were clothed. I wonder what happened to these girls? They are probably grandma’s now telling the grandkids how they were once a hot Norton motorcycle model. Wait a minute… is that you Nana?

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BANG BANG on the door honey…

Posted on April 27, 2009 by Scott in Video. 2 comments
I wish the prick that almost wiped me out on the weekend had seen this. Luckily I saw it coming. Do you think these ads make a difference? Hopefully some people take notice of them.
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Parilla Thrilla

Posted on April 25, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

This is one beautiful motorcycle. Parilla motorcycles only made motorbikes for 18 years so they are quite rare. The story goes that Parilla Motorcycles was started after a young man in Italy saw a Norton Manx and was in awe. He bought one, took it apart and measured it. Then sold it and started making his ‘Parilla’ bikes based on the Manx. Enough of the history lesson, let’s get back to drooling…

 

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SR Club Sweden

Posted on April 25, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer. 1 Comment

I was just checking out the gallery on the Sweden SR Club site. Theres some nice SR500’s on there. Love this chrome tank…

 

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God Save The Triton!

Posted on April 19, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

Heres a couple of Tritons that I have found around this worldwide interweb super highway. Would love to take these babies on a real highway. For those that don’t know, the name TRITON comes from combining Triumph and Norton. Usually taking the best parts of each. Normally the Triumph engine and the Norton frame. But theres lots of different combos these days…

 

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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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Hard times? Hard wood.

Posted on April 15, 2009 by Scott in Other. No Comments

Anyone else sick of hearing the words ‘tough times’, ‘financial crisis’ and ‘credit crunch’? Well we are. Lets stop friggin talking about it all day every day and build a big bridge and ride the hell over it. Heres the perfect ghetto bike for these hard times… made from hard wood. Just be careful smoking near it….

 


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One Little Indian

Posted on April 14, 2009 by Scott in Bobber, Classic. No Comments

Another piece of motorcycle history I admired at the Deus shop was this old Indian Scout. I know it’s not a cafe racer but it would have been one hell of a ride back in its day.
In the 1920’s the Scout gained reputation for strength and reliability, which led to the old Indian saying: “You can’t wear out an Indian Scout, or its brother the Indian Chief. They are built like rocks to take hard knocks; it’s the Harleys that cause grief.” Them are fightin words!


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