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Kawasaki KZ1000, KZ900, Z1
Popular classic Japanese streetfighter motorcycles include the Kawasaki KZ900,1000 and Z1 seriesand so on into the modern era. Check out more Classic Japanese Streetfighters here!
Classic Japanese 2 stroke motorcycles
Superbikes. Think Kawasaki Z1,Honda CB750, Suzuki GS1000 etc. How fast do you wanna go?
Japanese bobber motorcycles
Find out here all about the cafe racer motorcycles phenomenon and the cafe racer clubs that abound.
Honda cafe racer motorcycles
honda cafe racers
History of the Ace Cafe
Read about the legendary Honda Superhawk, Suzuki GS500 and other lightweight four-stroke classic Japanese motorcycles here.
Find great pics and info on the Honda CB750 Four and other four-stroke middleweights
Kawasaki bobber motorcycles
Classic Kawasaki Cafe racer motorcycles
Suzuki bobber motorcycles
Yamaha cafe racer motorcycles
Honda streetfighter motorcycles
Honda bobber motorcycles
classic Yamaha streetfighter motorcycles
Classic Kawasaki Streetfighters like the KZ1000, KZ900 and more
CLASSIC JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES FROM THE '60s TO THE '80s. GREAT PICTURES, ARTICLES AND STORIES ABOUT THE GOLDEN AGE OF CLASSIC JAPANESE BIKES.
I have had my CL for one year now. I must say it has been a gas! I picked it up off of craig list. The ad said it ran and that he had the title. Well guess
This is the honda I built about a year ago. I work at a metal fabrication shop in Washington, MO called Haslag Steel. I started with only a motor, then
Hi. I'm from Berlin/Germany Here are a few pictures of my Conversion XS400 12E to Cafe racer. The frame, wheels and engine are original. Forks and front
Another picture of My Honda Shadow - Prostreet Techno.
Just Want to share my bike.. Honda Shadow Custom - Prostreet Techno.. Thanks for sharing Arya. Tough looking bike!
1981 Kawasaki KZ550 A2 – Picked it up from a tow yard at a lean sale … won’t tell you what I paid but all I did was to throw 2 new tires, a battery, clean
After 2 years and completed disassembly, I have finally finished it. New rings, honed cylinders and rebuilt cylinder head. Custom paint job, rebuilding
This bike was lost in a Florida swamp for more than five years. When I got the bike (pile-o-parts), I traded some other Valkyrie parts that were collecting
I am on a low budget and picked up this 78 cb 750 for $200.00 after about 60 hours and another $300.00 I now have a bike I like. Can't wait for warmer
This is the gs when I first got it. It is a ongoing job. Thanks Bill. Keep us posted on the project
My goal was to build a rat cafe bike for less than $1000, but didn't quite make it! I did splurge on the seat, gauges, and tires, taking my total outlay
My project bike began life as a 1983 VT500 Ascot, but had been left to die on the side of the owners house after a 1998 crash left it inoperable. Damaged
this is my gs850 William, it looks like you spend a lot more time riding that 850 than polishing it Nothin' wrong with that
This is ny first attempt at building a custom. I started with a stock bike and took it all apart, pieces everywhere! Got most off the parts off ebay and
Photo of my 86 GL1200 cafe racer at the VLA in New Mexico. Custom tank, lights, and paint. HA! Sam. I'm intrigued but I'd love to see more pics without
Hi there. I've posted a few words and a pic before. The build is going oke. Fairing is on and then painted. Now I'm working om the generator and other
I bought this CB 125 from a guy who needed some money to travel to China (starting in Belgium) with his Vespa. Check out his site: www.naarchinametdevespa.blogspot.com.
Was a stock GPZ 1100 UT, then restored and modified!! Rebuild Cbr 1000 SC24 frontend Yamaha V-Max fork-bridge with special stamp Z1000R Shell, modified
I purchased this Crazy Kawai and love riding it gets lots of looks,check out pics. I wish you guys would describe these bikes better. This one is CRAZY
well it was a real nightmare...Damian, it looks great! It's almost evil looking so Nightmare is a good name for it. I'm thinking upswept pipes rather than