Return of the Cafe Racers - Berry Bad things

Berry Bad things

Berry Bads Motorcycles are yet another Japanese custom tuner/builder who's work has caught my attention. With a gallery full of Bobbers, Brat style, Flat trackers and Cafe Racer bikes based on both Japanese and Classic British motorcycle brands they are pretty much the most diverse custom workshop I've come across. Where most will…

Berry Bads Motorcycles are yet another Japanese custom tuner/builder who’s work has caught my attention. With a gallery full of Bobbers, Brat style, Flat trackers and Cafe Racer bikes based on both Japanese and Classic British motorcycle brands they are pretty much the most diverse custom workshop I’ve come across. Where most will tend to stick to one style and claim it’s superiority over all others Berry Bad openly embrace all styles of customised motorcycle.

Scroll through these pics and you will see what I mean:

A very slick Triton Cafe Racer by Berry Bads Motorcycles.
Yamaha SR400 Brat Style.

A cute lil Honda 250 Cafe Racer in Candy Apple flecked red with classic ribbed Firestones….nice.
Berry Bads BSA Cafe Racer

A Yamaha Virago Chopper?

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