Yamaha XS 750 café racerby Relic Motorcycles featuring Made Men Bikes • Denmark
Many "vintage-style" bikers love the cafe racers, we also, especially if they are #bratstyle! And the motorcycles built by the guys of Relic Motorcycles are really brat, like this Yamaha XS 750 burn in 1979.
The bike has been disassembled, restored and customized. The look of this XS 750 is very badass. Black is the predominant color, and the beautiful brown / gray metallic which was painted on the tank gives it a touch of class. To make this brat-café more badass was applied two "Iron Cross" placed on the sides of the tank.
The guys have chosen two clip-ons like any self-respecting true café racer, with oldschool Beston grips. The rims are powder coated matte black, and mounted with Waymaster 4.5x18 (rear) and Avon Speedmaster 3.25x19 (front) tyres. Black-painted is also the engine block, with POD Filters.
Besides that: 4,5" Bates Style headlight, a bobber LED tail light, lowered rear springs (300 mm) and lowered front fork, self made slim-battery box with Ballistic battery inside.
To sit for a ride this baby has been given a handmade leather seat with a harlequin pattern in cognac.
The exhaust is a 4 into 2 chopper style (more open, you can not! - listen to it in the video below) with new charcoal gray heat wrap. Press the start button and... Badda-Bing!!!