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The Vintage Brands – Style You Need
These are the bike marques that define cafe racing. Put on a shirt dude.
The Cafe Racer seat for your EVO-powered Sportster
CR-0700 is the part number you’re looking for if you want to fit some fiberglass to your 1986 – 2003 sporty. This seat pan fits to your frame very much like a Corbin gunfighter, pieces of which were a basis for the mold. This does not “fit like a glove” on the newer 2004 and up sportsters.
Triumph Bonneville Seat Cowl
Back around 2001, before we saw a proper Thruxton, the new Bonneville came out, and we said…whoa…if we made a cowl for that, it would look like a sweet cafe racer. And it does. The part is CR-0600, and is fiberglass-only, you will have to figure out mounting on your own. But you’re handsome and resourceful, and we have faith in your abilities.
Triumph “Hooligan smooth” Rear Fender
CR-0620 is the part for that modified smooth rear fender hangin’ out under the cowl. It gets rid of those convoluted stock fender indentions for that “baby butt” feel.
Triumph Bonneville 2001-2010 “Hooligan” front Fender
CR-0610 – An abbreviated shorty fender that really sets off the looks of your newer Bonnie.
1974 – 1981 Ducati 750SS – 900SS Front Fairing
The CR-0500 is the Ducati IMOLA fairing that just oozes that vintage 70s badness.
CR-0400-Yamaha XS650 Flat Tracker
CR-0400 – This is that street tracker part you’ve been looking for. Made for the Yamaha XS650, it can fit a lot of different bikes…definitely a universal for your Flat Tracker.