Café racer and babes

The term describes a style of motorcycle for quick rides from one "transport café" or coffee bar to another. Cafe Racers were also common in Italy, France and other European countries.



The café racer is a light and lightly powered motorcycle that has been modified for speed and handling rather than comfort. The bodywork and control layout of a café racer typically mimicked the style of a contemporary Grand Prix roadracer, featuring an elongated fuel tank, often with dents to allow the rider's knees to grip the tank, low slung racing handlebars, and a single-person, elongated, humped seat.

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