Cafe Racer

Tracker MK2 from XTR

As a muscle bike ultimate fan – with time – I find myself to gravitate more and more towards lightweight machines. But as far as big neo-classic bikes fit better the cafe racer vibe – street racing, performance upgrades… Lightweight, on the other hand, should be made to work off-road 🙂

And this Honda CBF based Tracker from Spanish XTR Pepo garage is a nice combination of both worlds.

It has street tires, and fender (front one – as the rear is non-existent) and general candy look. But You definitely can see that with minimum effort – it can be made to work off-road. Just install some higher front fender, rear mudguard and put on all-terrain tires – and You got Yourself a fine looking scrambler.

This duality almost works perfectly for me. The only thing that would present an issue when going through mud is this super low exhaust.

Source: Tracker MK2 2017 from XTR



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