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  1. Warren says:

    Hi there,

    I’m building an XS650 (1976) cafe racer. Was just wondering what sort of tank is on the XS650 in the pic? Is it custom? It looks great!


  2. RCB550 says:

    Hello from SF! I recently got a CB550K myself and found your site. Its only been 2 months for me and I’m addicted to all thing cafe. Would love to see more on this site (parts, builders, tips and tricks, etc.)

  3. Trevor says:

    hi im building a 1980 xs 650 special import.Into a cafe race could you tell me if the rear sets would work with a disc back wheel.Also does your seats fit fulsh with top seat turbs.Also can you tell me the price of these item,and have you got a contact number,or catalog.Trevor.

  4. Dean says:

    I jump on the band wagon as well as i am building a 1981cb400n cafe style.
    I have researched the seat pan but pondering how to attach this to the frame?
    so i will keep searching this and many sites.
    keep up the good work on all things caf’e

  5. rschilperoort says:

    Thanks for the support guys, I will try my best to keep the posts coming. If you have suggestions for posts, leave me a comment and I will try to address your needs.

  6. MotoFiaccone says:


    I’ve been building cafe racers and bespoke automobiles for a few years now–all of which I documented on my website: http://www.motofiaccone.com

    Check it out; I’d love to get feedback.

    –Thanks, Chris

  7. michael ruegg says:

    Please send me details of the XV 750 cafe racer. I have an XV 750 that I bought new in 1981 and have ridden it through 80 countries covering 401,000 km so far. I want to build / buy a cafe XV 750 with a few more signature styling cues than your XV but I would like to hear from you.

  8. Bobby says:

    I just bought a 1975 CB550 and was wondering what you did to move the tail light and the license plate? I’d like to keep my rear fender though.

  9. Dean says:

    Where are you!

    Your site is on my favorites list but you have not updated in a while.
    You cant reproduce and great web site then ignore it to leave all us stumbling fools who search for all things Cafe racer on the net on our own.
    Your site has some of the ‘creme of cafe stylin’ keep up the site there are alot who follow


  10. roccitycaferacers says:

    Howdy, I’m working on a cb360 cafe right now, and am doing my best to keep everything on the project updated on my blog, you might like it, here’s the link! http://roccitycaferacers.wordpress.com

  11. matt says:

    I have a 68 bsa lightning cafe/tracker, (I can change from one to the other in about two hours)but anyway, what a great page! instantly bookmarked.

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