Here is my 1980 Suzuki GS450L.
First got it in May 2010. Just showing how I have progressed up until now. It's still a work in progress, as you can see. Part 2 will come this summer :)
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Suzuki GS550 Cafe Racer Project - by Chappell Customs
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This was the last bike I built in the home shop before moving to a larger
space. The footage was sitting on a drive for months, there was just so
much footage it was a daunting task to sift through it all.
Here is the super cut down version, obviously there is a ton of stuff left
out - but then again i didn't want a 20 hour long video :-)
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Music by my nephew Austin Chappell.
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Cafe Racer - D&O Mechanical
D&O Mechanical's first attempt at a modified motorcycle. This cafe racer
style motorcycle was a side project and created in spare time. The video is
of the bike's first run after completion. Please leave comments. Find us on
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CB750 Cafe Racer "ElGato" from Start to Finish
Adonis Syrimis building a 1969 CB750 Cafe Racer known as "ElGato"
"Low and Mean" Cafe Racer 500 from 78 Honda CX500, Walk around and build,
photography by: Kaseyhuntphotography.com
This is the first Custom bike we built.
Other bike builds
P-51 Fighter 500
This video displays the amount of work and attention to detail that was put
into the creation of this bike.
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1982 YAMAHA xj550 CAFE RACER
Me and my dad built this 82 Yamaha Maxim xj550 that we bought. We did a
bunch of custom work here in our two car garage. The list of things done to
the bike is quite long so I'm not gonna get in too much detail but if you
have a question about the bike let me know and I'll try to get to you and
answer it. Enjoy and thank you much for watching
Music by: mi6
Song: Stupid Little Things
RYCA Motors cafe racer kit
Goto: http://tinyurl.com/7xx443o for complete story
RYCA Motors in Whittier transforms old Suzuki S40 motorcycles into retro
cafe racers with its CS-1 kit. With the $2,600 kit, some hand tools and 40
hours of labor, customers can turn a $2,000 used S40 into a high-style
Honda 360 Cafe Racer Episode 1
Season 1, Episode 1; What's Cool, How to Be Cool. Poor mans Cafe' Racer.
Disclaimer: I am not a professional bike builder or mechanic. You should
not modify motorcycles from stock. It's too dangerous and you can't do it
anyway.. You should not ride motorcycles. You mom will worry too much and
you could die.. If you do decide to get a grinder, don't get the 50 dollar
Black and Decker waltrash special. Buy the 13 amp Dewalt at Lowes.. But
don't do that either because grinders are too dangerous.. For real don't
do what I do unless you're prepared to get seriously hurt, hassled by the
cops and or thrown in jail..
Our matching set of smaller cafe Honda cb fours, the 1972 cb 350F and the
1975 cb 400F super-sport. Hey girls ride cafe bikes too!
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Cafe Racer Build Epidsode 7 Looking Good
Here I finish weld the body work on the rear. I have to say it's been a
ton of work and a super massive learning experience to figure all this out
on my own. But damn, I think I did pretty good. I think it's easy breezy
from hear on out but I'm sure I'll run into all kinds of troubles. Next
I'm gonna mod the stock bars and mount the seat pan, tank and rear body
work. Stay tuned! Stay Gold and live the shop life.
Herm Narciso, Dime City Cycles - Makes a Fiberglass Cafe Racer Seat! - Part 1
Watch as Herm Narciso from Dime City Cycles shows you in part 1 of this DIY
video how to build a custom fiberglass Cafe Racer seat with supplies you
can get from the local arts and crafts and auto parts store. Checkout more
on Cafe Racer at http://www.caferacertv.com and more on Dime City Cycles at
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan
spend 24 crazy hours with a 1930 Model A Rat Rod and a 2012 Lamborghini
Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car
attracts the most attention.
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How to make a cafe racer seat part 1
I get asked a lot about how to make a cafe seat so here is a short clip on
how to. The process you see takes all of about 30 minutes and the longest
part is waiting for the glue to set with foam. This viseo only shows how to
make the mold and I will post another on how to do the fiberglass. Really
simple process and for $50 you can have something that you created on your
bike. Built is always better than bought.