Cafe Racer TV season 2
Season two of our favorite series Cafe Racer TV, is scheduled to air on August 3rd. The new series will deliver us more great custom builder interviews, Cafe Racer builds and plenty of footage out on the roads riding hard. Mark it in your diary! " In the months that have whizzed past since we last…
Season two of our favorite series Cafe Racer TV, is scheduled to air on August 3rd. The new series will deliver us more great custom builder interviews, Cafe Racer builds and plenty of footage out on the roads riding hard. Mark it in your diary!
“ In the months that have whizzed past since we last hit the tube, the world of low bars and high-performance has continued to grow. This second season of Café Racer will bring you up to date with where the International café racer scene is going. The crew traveled to faraway Italy, Wales, England and all across the United States where we unearthed some extraordinary custom motorcycle builders. The builders and their unique rides are still our main focus, bringing in some new blood to the cafe racer cult such as hot rod builder Bryan Fuller, Reverend Jim of Florida’s Church of the Apehangers, custom sportbike king Nick Anglada and Matt Rambow of Colorado Norton Works to name just a few. Some of your favorite builders from last season have clued us in on their latest ground-up builds, including Greg Hageman, Florida’s Dime City Cycles and Santiago Choppers’ Alan Bernard who, for a second time, created a mind-blowing custom bike that he donated to the Curing Kid’s Cancer charity. Alan’s Harley-powered Norton brought in some serious money to help children’s cancer research, and our cameras were there to catch the occasion. Be sure to tune in August 3rd on Velocity and to www.caferacertv.com to checkout the online action, bike of week judging and outtakes!“
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