Yamaha XV 750 Café Racer

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The return of the Cafe racer?
Yesterday we talked about the BMW R80 Café Racer created by Dream’s factory Motorcycles, last week of a Moto Guzzi V50 Monza. The Cafe racer are neither for the portfolio nor to the eye. Spare parts may cost a lot and are hard to find at times, while the end result may not meet the taste of the public.
Sure the style is unique and pure and a cafe racer gets more recognition and, as always, the mode would not return a gambling bet anything on flashback to this 70 ‘s style and I wonder, then, that they turn to pleasure come d’incanto.

Yamaha Virago 750 by Doc’s Chops
Thanks to the images by Erik Runyon of Choppershotz.com we propose this creation by Greg Hageman of Doc’s Chops, a Xerox XV 750 created on the basis of a Virago XV 750 class 1982.
This Café racer then aired on the Discovery Channel for transmitting Cafe Racer.
The original version has been changed the frame to accommodate the new saddle; the fork has been lowered 2 inches to improve the position while the rear suspension is an adjustable air cushion. Changed the handlebars, handlebars, mounts two for one session really racing, at the base there are specchieti bar-end which is very, very many years ‘ 70.
The engine was kept (but changed the air filter) that pours through two Mac Performance exhausts and the tires are Bridgestone Spitfires. Many of the metal parts have been dull for a minimalist look in full philosophy Cafe racer.
Remerging style Cafe racer of the 21st century?

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