Below are some examples of sportsters that have are either original XLCR cafe racers, or are Evo sportsters that have been modified. We are supplying customers with clip-on handlebars and rear-sets at the storefront, and have access to the fiberglass components to finish things out.
Evolution Sporty (1986-Present) with '77-'78 XLCR bodywork
A very fine example coming together at Crossroads Performance.
An original '77 or '78 XLCR.
An '88 Sportster with rear-sets, clip-ons,Supertrapp and Corbin gunfighter.
Don't know the specs, but liked its looks.
A customer's Bike....very nice. Storz 883R Looks so fast, it's blurry!
This one-off '86 XL/XR was for sale in California, but someone beat us to it
A cool tail section, and where to get it...
Since we were lax about registering streettracker.com, we put the sexy street trackers in here with the cafes.
In the dictionary under "lust"
This a french-built "Buellt for Speed"
Same French enthusiast built this one
And this one.....tireless in his efforts to caffeinate eh?
And finally one from Germany
VR1000 race bike
O.K. The Belgian contingent has shown up. I guess the rest of us can go home now.
A nice original '78
And something a little newer