The BMW Front fender comes in two varieties. One has the mounting legs integral to the product, but only in fiberglass. The fiberglass without steel mounting should be used if you have a fork brace, such as this one. Spec II also sells the Telefix fork braces. Or you can alternatively use your old steel brace and mount on top of it.
The BMW Knoscher Replica race seat for BMW airheads from the 70s and 80s is one of our first products to get marketed, and really fueled the enthusiasm here. We just love this seat and the way that it transforms the bike, which is hands down one of the best motorcycles you can buy…period. The opposable air-cooled boxer engine is like riding on a stukka WWII fighter at it’s best, and at it’s worst….um it doesn’t corner as fast as your GSXR?
Get one now at the CafeRace Parts Store and then go find a bike to put it on.
I’ve long been a fan of the XS650. It’s a direct Japanese descendant of the venerable Triumphs of the 60s. A great flattracker or cafe racer, the XS650 rocks the house wherever it shows up.
The CB360 is another customer modified product tat we opted to keep making. Scott Hubbard took one of our existing seats and modified it for his 1973 Honda CB360 project. It turned out great, and we appreciate his efforts. It even mates up well to this 1980 Yamaha XS850.
The CB400F tail spawned the CB500/550 tailsection. While the 400F has cutouts for the shock mount points, the 500/550 does not. It’s just a cleaner straight-line look. You like straight lines…harder to fall off.
The CB400F/SuperSport is a righteous cult bike, and when we had the chance to pick one up a few years back, we knew what to do with it. It is based upon the original seat pan and should fit your 1975/76/77 SuperSport mounting hardware…we think…it fit our 75 model right nice, and lots of happy customers from Japan to Australia dig it too.
s hinge points just right.
The Honda CB750 is another of those groundbreaking bikes that spawned a cult following and a big aftermarket. A cafe racer product line wouldn’t be complete without addressing it with something cool.