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CRM250


Honda CRM250 Café Racer

Posted on September 25, 2010 by Scott in Café Racer. 9 comments

Thomas Lonnen has been building and riding bikes since he was a kid – although building this bike was no child’s play. After having an accident and breaking his leg quite badly on a 2001 CR250, he decided to use the CR engine in this café racer project. Starting with a Honda CRM250 he cleaned the frame of brackets and welds then made the subframe to suit the aluminium body work – which was all beautifully home made. “I’ve been a welder since I left school” said Thom. “That’s the forth tank I’ve made and they are getting better each time.” Thomas then fitted the CR250 motor with a lighting coil making it AC electrics, “so I had to borrow a horn from an old vespa” he says.” The forks were taken from a Suzuki GS400, motard rims from an XR400SM and the overall weight of this super light bike is under 90Kg.

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