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Yamaha RD350 // Seaweed & Gravel
Yamaha TZR 250 by 98Racing
A look at these 2-stroke bikes I think we have now been outlawed, indeed a pity that so many good basis to create the cafe racer should be dismissed for administrative and regulatory reasons, this wonderful Yamaha TZR 250 from Japan that the country has always pushed both of these small displacements at both 2 and 4 stroke
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A couple of weeks ago, Scott from Pipeburn saw a picture on my Instagram account of Craig’s Kawasaki KH500 and asked to be put in contact with him.
I said that Ryan from RSK Photography Perth was doing a photo shoot for a few Perth Cafe Racer members bikes and I’d send him the pics.
I won’t repeat the full story behind the bike as you can read that on Pipeburn.
That’s it, I’ve found the best goddamn custom bike ever made. I win the internet.
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This is a RD350LC concept that Australian journalist Jeff Ware has been working on. You like?
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Some more quality work by Studio Motor on this little two stroke Cafe Racer.
I’ve ridden on the Avon tyres they’ve used at the back and they are totally not suited to a bike that is meant to go around corners at any type of speed. Easy enough to change to something more modern that would suit the look of the bike more and make it handle a hell of a lot better.
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Do The Ton Bike of the Month voting time again. Which did you vote for, the CB350 cafe racer or the Mongrel?
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Great photography on this RD400 - the winner of October 2012 Bike of the Month on Do The Ton
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A week or so ago, I put the call out for people with bikes that they’d like to share with the rest of the world. I got a few responses from people all over the globe with some pretty cool bikes. First up is fellow tumblr Dan from Binghamton, NY.
Hey thanks Rex here are a few of the pictures. Its a 71 Suzuki T350, two stroke. I bought it stock and did all the work myself. Not in a garage but in my basement over this last winter. Its had a few minor changes over the summer after riding it and finding better solutions to things but its pretty much the same. Its my first bike and so its my baby. I call her Suzy Q. My inspiration was the japanese brat style and street tracker. I tried to do a mash up.
A very nice mash up Dan, you know I get to ride it if I ever get to your part of the world right?
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"Smokey" - Suzuki GP125 customised in a polished Brat style by Hand Made Vintage Kustoms in Perth, Western Australia.
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