Cafe Racer

Triton CR650 Special by Stile Italiano

If someone asked me – who makes the most beautiful motorcycles… Without any hesitation, I’d reply that it’s the British and the Italians.

The UK would be the first place for me. As a hardcore Cafe Racer enthusiast – the answer can be only one. The whole concept originated in Great Britain… But even if You will skip the Cafe Racer part – You’re still left with old legends: Triumph, Norton, Vincent, BSA… and many… many more that didn’t stand the test of time as good as the first two.

Don’t get me wrong – Italian manufacturers are as unusual and exciting as the above. But it’s just that between elegant style and crazy beautiful design… I will choose the first one.

But regardless of what Your taste is – You’re going to love this build. Since…

it’s what’s best in both worlds 🙂

There is not much info about this build on the technical side. Its name is the best reference to the original Cafe Racer heritage. A mix of Triumph and Norton – properly British… like in the old days. Straight tank and seat line. Chrome exhausts. And a bit of Italian craziness with this over the top stretched fairing – makes a perfect blend of style and history.


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