Bultaco Motorcycles

The Spanish manufacturer Bultaco may now be selling electric bikes, but it all began with two-stroke motorcycles back in the late fifties. Bearing the companies amusing 'thumb's up' emblem their motorcycles were predominantly powered by single cylinder, air-cooled- two strokes. After the release of their first motorcycle in 1959, Bultaco claimed 7 of the first ten motorcycles to cross the finish line at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Return of the Cafe Racers - F*CK WORK LETS RACE by Kristina Fender

F*CK WORK LETS RACE by Kristina Fender

I’ve been a huge fan of Spanish photographic rockstar Kristina Fender for some time. Not only does she take a mean photo but she’s an avid two wheel enthusiast shooting all the best events and riding a very nice, lightly modified Honda CB550. She’s got an amazing eye and is one of…

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Return of the Cafe Racers - Readers Rides: Kwaka 125 Street Racer

Readers Rides: Kwaka 125 Street Racer

The motorcycle above it’s a custom Kawasaki Ninja 250r from Donny in Jakarta, Indonesia. The time it takes to build a bike is always something I consider and this bike was no weekend task. It’s an impressive feat of fabrication necessitated purely by a lack of alternatives.  When I first saw this…

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Return of the Cafe Racers - Readers Rides: Bultaco TSS Race Replica

Readers Rides: Bultaco TSS Race Replica

This 1977 370 two-stroke engined Bultaco TSS street legal race replica built around a 1972 Astro frame by Nathan from Tennessee. Rather than fill in the blanks myself with this one I will let Nathan tell the bikes story. “I purchased the Bultaco in 2011 from local Bultaco guru, Jeff Younger. The motorcycle…

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