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Bobber

Discover the world of custom bobber motorcycles and get inspired by the unique designs and builds. Find tips and ideas to create your own one-of-a-kind bobber bike.
Custom Harley Fat Bob by Rough Crafts Triumph Bobber, Harley Bobber, Bobber Bikes, Harley Softail, Cafe Racer Bikes, Bobber Motorcycle, Custom Motorcycles, Custom Bikes, Bobber Helmets

“Fender and Firestone police, here I come,” Winston Yeh quips, as we discuss the latest custom motorcycle to roll out of the house of Rough Crafts. Based on a 2020 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 107, it's a stripped-down, low-slung bobber, swathed in typical Rough Crafts finishes. And yes, it has no front fender and it wears sawtooth treads (although they're from Duro, not Firestone). Winston's fully aware that his stylistic choices might irk some of our readers, but he's unfazed. This is a special…

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Different Vintage Motorcycle Styles K100 Scrambler, Cafe Racer Motorcycle, Moto Bike, Motorcycle Types, Motorcycle Design, Motorcycle Bike, Classic Motorcycle, Motorcycle Drawing, Bike Design

If you're in the market for your own vintage motorcycle, it's important you know your history. It will help you define the difference between a Cafe Racer, Scrambler, Brat, Tracker and more. Vintage motorbikes are, for good reason, all the rage at the moment. If you ask any true rider, the joy of a motorbike isn't simply limited to the ride, it's also the endless hours spent in the garage or driveway working on the metal baby. But the resurgence of these motorcycle styles means that these…

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Ducati Scrambler, Scrambler Cafe Racer, Cafe Racer Bikes, Cafe Racer Motorcycle, Cafe Racers, Ducati Cafe Racer, Retro Motorcycle, Motorcycle Types, Chopper Motorcycle

And now you know. If only it were that easy. Let's begin with the Café Racer. These bikes mean many different things to many different people (for a fantastic look at the love that goes into these machines check out http://www.returnofthecaferacers.com/ or http://caferacerdesign.com/). The basic Wikipedia history lesson goes like this. Back in the 50's bike owners would strip down and customise their own road bikes to imitate the Moto Grand Prix bikes. It was a craze primarily in Britain and…

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