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Return of the Cafe Racers - Billet Bling – Parts for your Cafe Racer

Billet Bling – Parts for your Cafe Racer

Moto Lanna are a parts fabricator based in Chang Mai, Thailand. They recently got in touch regarding a link swap and I was so impressed with their parts I thought I'd do a post.Moto Lanna specialise in "Unique parts for Cafe Racers, vintage road racers and modern metric sports bikes". Their billet…

Moto Lanna are a parts fabricator based in Chang Mai, Thailand. They recently got in touch regarding a link swap and I was so impressed with their parts I thought I’d do a post.

Moto Lanna specialise in “Unique parts for Cafe Racers, vintage road racers and modern metric sports bikes”. Their billet and cast alloy parts cover swing arms, LED turn signals, headlight brackets, rear sets, etc and suit a variety of motorcycle models from Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha.

Here’s some product shots for you to get excited over.


Their prices seem very reasonable and I think I will grab myself a set of the turn signals for my XS650 when they have some in stock.

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