From period perfect rebuilds to modern interpretations. The Vintage motorcycle is the state of Cafe Racer. Cringe as Bryan Fuller cuts in a half a cherry '69 CB750, cheer when Yoshi Kosaka and Jay Larossa take a two stroke Yamaha from the scrap yard back to the track and watch with as Dime City Cycles' Herm Narciso and Jason Paul Michaels take yet another junk-yard Honda turning it into a race worthy vintage speed machine. Explore The 59 Club, the world's oldest cafe society. And enter the garage of cafe racing's godfather, Dave Degens.
Cafe Racer: Vintage Reborn.
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Full of Awesomeness
Yup it was,I love getting the inspiration to back in the shed and get the grinder out :-)
Excellent dvd for the motorcycle addict
Nice bikes, cool builders with great ideas and styles. A very enjoyable series to watch on a frozen winter night in Canada, yup we do more than just play hockey.
Nil Satis Nisi Optimum
Great show. It is great to see builders who build bikes to ride, then meet thme at shows and get tips from them to build my own cafe racer. Keep Ben Freidman as the narrator and keep the theme song. Kep it up. See you at Barber.
Can't stop, won't stop, don't even know how to stop! (watching this show)
It just arrived today and i'm already 5 episodes in! Great show with awesome builds. Definitely keeps my cafe racer thirst quenched. As a young 18 yr old college student, saving up for my first build is tough (since I slave at a car wash) but this show gives me the drive to keep hoarding my little cash! Thanks! Buy it.