A Kawasaki H1 Street Tracker (although the builder calls it a Cafe Racer).
Straight into my Top Ten.
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Yamaha RD350 // Seaweed & Gravel
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Tyson’s GS500 is up for sale as he’s onto his next project - an old trumpy.
If you’re interested, give him a call on +61 0439920275
Details of the build:
2007 Suzuki GS500, LAMS bike, full custom work undertaken by 66 motorcycles. If you asked 66 to make you the same bike today, I reckon you’d pay at least 5k more so it’s a great way to get on top of a custom bike.
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In late October, Matt & Fabrizio shot some video in Detroit’s abandoned Packard plant. The reasons included, to test a motorcycle they built, and also to practice flying their drone. This is not a closed course, and not a professional rider. They were just looking to have some fun. Please enjoy.
Thanks for the tip MrJohn
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A customised Yamaha SR400 by Gasoline in Sydney. It’s got some nice lines, what do you guys reckon?
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It’s a pretty sweet SR400 cafe build so I’ll post a few more pics tomorrow.
You can check them out on Facebook
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CB750, 82 motor in a 72 frame, gsxr fork, 17in supermoto wheels and Cycle X Dual carb set up.
Bike was submitted by Brian
I’d love to rip the streets up on this.
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It’s always good to see a well put together Street Tracker.
SR400/500’s are a great base for a street tracker, especially around the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia where the 400cc single would be classed as a big bike and certainly stand out amongst a sea of scooters.
The bike was built and the pics taken by Justin Stewart who is based In Phonm Penh.
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Have you seen these amazing collages by Mario Spinelli ARTI57A ?
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