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Return of the Cafe Racers - Dime City Cycles Four Hundred update

Dime City Cycles Four Hundred update

The DCC crew have added some more amazing shots of the Four Hundred that I had to share with those of you who have been living under a rock and haven't seen this bike. These shots give us a closeup look at the level of quality in the bike and the spotless…

The DCC crew have added some more amazing shots of the Four Hundred that I had to share with those of you who have been living under a rock and haven’t seen this bike. These shots give us a closeup look at the level of quality in the bike and the spotless finish. It is quite simply of rolling work of art…or should I say speeding?

We can all expect to see bigger and better things from Dime City Cycles in the coming months, they are fast establishing themselves as the USA’s premiere Cafe Racer focused workshop. For more about this bike visit the write up we posted a few weeks back here.

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