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Some great photos taken by Mike King of Sydney Cafe Racers with his GoPro at this years Barry Sheene Festival
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I posted the bikes of Throttle Roll 2013 a few days ago. Now it’s time for you to watch the video.
Can’t believe I flew out the day before…$#@%
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7 nutjobs from Sydney Cafe Racers are travelling the 1000kms+ south from Sydney to Melbourne for the show. They hope to blog their adventures of the South of the Border Disorder Tour on a daily basis.
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6 Days ago, I asked fellow tumblr’s to reblog a post about a stolen bike.
Last night, the police rang the owner and confirmed that they have found the bike.
"The Bike is back! Police had advised that the motorcycle has been recovered and is impounded awaiting processing. Thanks to everyone for their support and all the eyes on the road. It is great to see the community band together and support a fellow rider in need."
I’m sure the reason the bike was recovered was because it got so much exposure not just in Sydney and Australia but all around the world that the theiving bastards got scared. So a big thank you to all the people who helped recover the bike be reblogging.
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You need more fibre!
This bike is pimped out in a fully sick all Carbon Fibre Kit (that’s official terminology, that is). Every thing from the Front Fender to the Tank to the Rear was completely carbon fibre!
This bike was spotted at Stanwell Tops lookout near the Royal National Park, just south of Sydney.
I of course ripped this from the Sydney Cafe Racer blog. If you want to read the full story and see more pics make the jump.
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"I am yet to see two Sydney SR’s to be exactly alike. But it blows me away when i find out that the DIY culture is well and truly strong till this day. I am blown away by modifications that make you pause and say "shut the fuck up" "your joking" and "that is fucking awesome" all of these comments thrown one particular way to the gentlemen who made his own front fairing using an industrial bread making bowl. The same gentlemen that warped his own Perspex in his household oven. A man known as Mark Powell of Sydney." (I’m a cut and paste demon, lifted from Sydneycaferacers.com)
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A Yamaha SR500 owned by the founder of Sydney Cafe Racers - Mark Hawwa.
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Was in Sydney last weekend so hooked up with the crazy bastards from Sydney Cafe Racers for their Lord Settlers Run. Knuckle sandwich for lunch at Wisemans Inn hotel and then a sprint to Settlers Arm Inn at St Albans and back. What a blast!
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