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Return of the Cafe Racers - Beautiful bikes from Benjie

Beautiful bikes from Benjie

It's been a while since I featured anything from BCR (Benjie's Cafe Racers) on the blog but when I came across these images the other day I knew they had to go up. I hope you dig these Cafe Racers as much as I do. The 2 Cafe Racers seen here are…





It’s been a while since I featured anything from BCR (Benjie’s Cafe Racers) on the blog but when I came across these images the other day I knew they had to go up. I hope you dig these Cafe Racers as much as I do.


The 2 Cafe Racers seen here are “Pinas 550” (top), a 1973 Honda CB 550 and “El Poquito” (the little one) a 1969 Honda CB350 based Cafe Racer.

Check out BCR for more images, details and a great range of parts for your Honda based Cafe Racer project.

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