The Fourth Café Racer Magazine…
Inside this edition of Café Racer #4 we catch up with the talented Horner Brothers, Ken and Barry, who together are the brains and passion behind Irving Vincent race machines.
We meet Dexter Lee and hear his epic tale behind his Kawasaki KZ1000. The twists and turns he and his bike took before it even hit the road. We think you’ll enjoy his story too!
We head to the USA with Michael Lichter who takes us on a custom ride onboard a revamped Harley-Davidson 1984 XR1000 built by Milwaukee designer, Ray Drea.
We jump onboard Triumph’s new Bonneville Street Twin, head to the back alley’s in Japan to check out Tokyo’s radical cool custom scene, get down and dirty mud-slinging as we learn to dirt track in the rain.
We get in the saddle of Bob Garner’s racing Ducati TT2 500, peer through a wide-angle lens at the spectrum of custom bike builds and what they have in common, as well as go on another epic bike-build journey from shitter to shine with a glittering 1976 Honda CB740-Four.
We share tips for building your own cool custom on the cheap, and meet Mark Hawwa who shares his passion for bikes and riding and how his loyalty to the SR500 landed him mates and a mix of metal he’s proud of.
All this and so much more… Café Racer on sale March 23.