This is my 1982 CG 125, I bought it for the engine but it turned into this neat little bobber instead. I will add a better video when I get it on the road but as I've just finished it I thought I'd share it. I aim to use it's as a fun tool for work but I may need to quieten it down a tad.
Cafe Racer of Mr Bean
Funny vídeo of Mr Bean choosing the right motorcycle style. Here you see
yamaha ybr 125, Honda CBF 125, and several Cafe Racer Bikes.
PLEASE READ: I do not own the Mr Bean Photos. All credit goes to Tiger
Aspect Productions and Richard Curtis aswell as Rowan Atkinson.
To get to the official Mr. Bean Website click the following link:
With this upload I support the official Mr. Bean Channel:
This is for entertainment purposes only.
I changed all Images of Mr Bean, by changing the resolution, size,
contrast, but still avoid the copyright. I hope YouTube is going to accept
it for once.
Why do I upload this video? I think it is useful to help people choose a
motorcycle, or create a Café Racer project, witch can also be beneficial
for young people to learn mechanics. Also many of the older people still
enjoy watching this.
Honda Rebel Bobber Project - In the Making
Jump to 9:15 for the Finished Results!
Engine Sound and Test Ride videos can be found on my channel. THANKS!
I've received many requests for more videos on my bobber so I decided to
upload this after considering how difficult it was for me and how I wished
people online can freakin' reply me how they did it because I had no
resources and had to figure it out on my own. This is 60+ gigs of videos
compiled over months. Heavily cut and edited to show the whole process in
the building of my bobber. I apologize for the choppy music in the
background. I truly hope this video helps!
LIVE HARD. RIDE HARDER! :)
This bike was completed in 2010.
Photos courtesy of: Edwin Chow
I would be interested in any apprenticeship, job offerings, and interviews.
(626) 566-5783. Thank You!
**I DO NOT CLAIM OR OWN ANY RIGHTS TO THE AUDIO CONTENTS IN THIS VIDEO**
Copper Bolt by Low and Mean at Sturgis Yamaha Bolt
http://www.lowandmean.com Using only bolt on parts Low and Mean
transformed the stock Star Bolt into this one of a kind motorcycle. Thru
out the rest of 2013 this Low and Mean build will be on tour with Star
Motorcycles. Low and Mean the leader in aftermarket bolt on products for
your cruiser. Enjoy the ride. The Copper Bolt is available as a limited
edition cruiser from Low and Mean for more information give us a call at
855-880-6660. The video was shot using a go pro camera attached to the Low
and Mean Storm Trooper Bolt.
How to build a sick streetfighter Motorcycle!
A ton of pics from tt600 streetfighter I made. Triumph Motorcycle project
Music from http://incompetech.com/
Way I feel
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Honda CB100 Bobber
The Simca Bobber
Our friends kindly donated a 1970 Honda CB100 motorbike to us. The engine
was seized, and the bike was completely covered in rust, as seen in the
pictures. We decided to build a bobber out of it, in our spare time. This
includes rebuilding the engine, gearbox, wheels...everything.
Shortly after being delivered, we pulled the bike apart. We modified the
frame, by extending it for that bobber look. The next to mod were the front
and rear fenders, which are in the process of being painted now. We had
everything but the wheels and bars sandblasted, and painted in house in our
spraybooth. We rebuilt the engine, gearbox and wheels. By the time its
finished, we estimate the bike to weigh 90 kilograms, and have an engine
capacity of 200cc.
We are Brisbane's dedicated motorcycle crash repairer. Specialising in
repairs and servicing for all makes and models.
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4/22 Algass Street, Slacks Creek 4127.
Yamaha RD 350 Café Racer T Moto ed 06 - Alta Qualidade!
Yamaha RD 350 - Provavelmente você andou ou já sonhou em andar. Marcelo
Assunção Peixoto, técnico mecânico e preparador, restaurou e melhorou,
com muito amor, uma mítica RD 350 de uma forma que o famoso titulo de
"viúva negra" passa para a frase "com essa até eu caso".
Café Racer - Nas décadas de 50 e 60 os jovens de Londres, apaixonados por
motos, velocidade, pubs e o Rock das JukeBox, criaram um estilo diferente
de viver, transformar e correr. Se reuniam em um bar, escolhiam uma
música, e faziam um ''bate-volta'' em alta velocidade. Os mais rápidos
eram aqueles que conseguiam fazer o percurso antes da música acabar,
considerados os verdadeiros ''Racers''.
Modificavam suas motos: guidão, suspensão, encurtavam as rabetas e claro,
envenenavam os motores. O objetivo era atingir 100 milhas/h (160 km/h),
velocidade que eles chamavam de ''the ton'' - daí o nome pelo qual esses
jovens eram conhecidos - ''The Ton-up Boys''.