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happy new year! 

check your sprocket size is it correct.

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Check this cb550 BRC cafe out!

Current Ride:

W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

TW200 Tracker

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CB750K

CB400four

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Long time no see, hope the Bros here are doing well.

 

How is your new ride?

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W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

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CB750K

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must meet up and see your ride. i was told by rick, your bike damn chio!!

Current Ride:

W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

TW200 Tracker

Zephyr ZII Custom

CB750K

CB400four

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must meet up and see your ride. i was told by rick, your bike damn chio!!

 

Thanks bro... actually Rick help me quite a bit... He gave me suggestion and ideas. This bike is not just made for me ..it's for all vintage and cafe bros out here. To spread the word that vintage and cafe rock...To revive the good old days of the Rockers era.... Hopefully more Bros would join the culture.... Heard you're on a cafe project too...How's it going Dude?

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Thanks bro... actually Rick help me quite a bit... He gave me suggestion and ideas. This bike is not just made for me ..it's for all vintage and cafe bros out here. To spread the word that vintage and cafe rock...To revive the good old days of the Rockers era.... Hopefully more Bros would join the culture.... Heard you're on a cafe project too...How's it going Dude?

 

I am still thinking to restore the cb350 or mob to cafe.

Some bros here got the point. if want to mob cafe, can use any bike.

 

Thinking of buy a CB250 nighthawk for my cafe project.

I had saw some japanese use super 4 for their cafe, nice and power is there.!

 

The cb350f i bought everything is still there, so dunno whether want to mob it or not.

Current Ride:

W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

TW200 Tracker

Zephyr ZII Custom

CB750K

CB400four

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/IMG_0627_zps0816850b.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/EBC0B2D1-5DB8-412B-BE85-D4E7DE4F0247-9859-000001DA1BB41B2E.jpg

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I am still thinking to restore the cb350 or mob to cafe.

Some bros here got the point. if want to mob cafe, can use any bike.

 

Thinking of buy a CB250 nighthawk for my cafe project.

I had saw some japanese use super 4 for their cafe, nice and power is there.!

 

The cb350f i bought everything is still there, so dunno whether want to mob it or not.

 

Well...it's true any bike can be a cafe. You've got the looks but no substance. What I meant is not the power of the bike but the feel and the sound of that exhaust. :thumb: It make a whole lot of difif its a cafe CB350 or a 250 nighthawk... You've got to decide.... :angel: You have to go whole hearted into the project...

 

For me, It was not love at 1st sight when I saw my cb250n. It was the sound of the exhaust that make me turn this junk into a cafe racer... :thumb: :thumb:

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Check it out:

 

 

Anyone in sg doing this?

Current Ride:

W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

TW200 Tracker

Zephyr ZII Custom

CB750K

CB400four

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/IMG_0627_zps0816850b.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/EBC0B2D1-5DB8-412B-BE85-D4E7DE4F0247-9859-000001DA1BB41B2E.jpg

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Guys ...what do you guys think of this bike..Know of 1 for sale .running condition...Would be a good 750 project bike

 

Bro, buy it.....convert it.....and preserve it.........man

 

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"A Product That Has Good Appearance is Also Good on the Inside" (1957)

 

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Chirs cb350f cafe! just out less than a week!

nicely done up, sound good also!

 

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http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/20122007075.jpg

Current Ride:

W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

TW200 Tracker

Zephyr ZII Custom

CB750K

CB400four

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/IMG_0627_zps0816850b.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/EBC0B2D1-5DB8-412B-BE85-D4E7DE4F0247-9859-000001DA1BB41B2E.jpg

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Chirs cb350f cafe! just out less than a week!

nicely done up, sound good also!

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/20122007078.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/20122007077.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/20122007076.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/20122007075.jpg

 

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! Well done.... We have another cafe on the road......Keep it going..... Rock and Roll....:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

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AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! Well done.... We have another cafe on the road......Keep it going..... Rock and Roll....:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

 

 

Remind me of Dream 50 colour scheme.

:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

MY DREAM BIKE:

"A Product That Has Good Appearance is Also Good on the Inside" (1957)

 

http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z284/yd72/honda450repair-1.jpg

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Guys check this out

 

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The big news for classic bike fans at November’s 65th Annual Association of Motorcycle and Bicycle Manufacturers show in Milan, Italy, was the launch — or should we say re-launch? — of the new Moto Guzzi V7 Sport. Pegged for 2008 production, the new V7 is a direct descendent of the original 700cc Guzzi twin that went into production 40 years ago. That bike set Moto Guzzi’s fortunes in the U.S., and was the foundation for every Guzzi twin since, from the 750cc Ambassador to Guzzi’s latest eight-valve, fuel-injected 1,200cc Stelvio, also launched at the show.

 

In keeping with the V7’s classic roots, the new bike’s gas tank is a copy of the original, as is the seat. The new V7 Sport uses familiar two-valve technology paired with modern fuel injection, and like all Guzzi’s it retains shaft final drive. The old-tech engine also makes it clear that Guzzi is going for style over performance with this bike, with power from the twin expected at a modest 48hp, the same as the Breva 750. The single front and rear disc brakes should be more than adequate to control its estimated 400lb bulk.

 

The big question remaining is whether Guzzi will sell the V7 Sport in the States. Guzzi hasn’t said, and the bike doesn’t appear on the Guzzi website (http://www.motoguzzi-us.com) but given the attention Ducati and Triumph have received with their latest retro offerings in the U.S., we’re guessing Moto Guzzi designed the bike with U.S. sales in mind.

 

Special thanks to Paul Crowe at The Kneeslider (http://www.thekneeslider.com) for alerting us to the bike’s launch. – Richard Backus

 

Guys, wat you think of this bike........is this cool or not??

MY DREAM BIKE:

"A Product That Has Good Appearance is Also Good on the Inside" (1957)

 

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wow.! nice bike! but anytime 25k! :(

Current Ride:

W650 Cafe Racer

FXSTC Softail Custom

TW200 Tracker

Zephyr ZII Custom

CB750K

CB400four

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/IMG_0627_zps0816850b.jpg

 

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n166/sgstreetbiker/EBC0B2D1-5DB8-412B-BE85-D4E7DE4F0247-9859-000001DA1BB41B2E.jpg

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