Custom Yamaha XS360 by The Hookie
After a 2 year hiatus Nico from The Hookie has emerged from hibernation with a Cafe Racer/off roader hybrid named simple Number 4. Designed to tackle everyday urban traffic assaults and the occasional weekend in the woods with ease Hookie #4 is now his everyday ride. "Raw & Rough. I´ve always wanted a little Cafe…
The Cafe Racer/Off-roader recipe seems to be taking off in the custom scene, especially in towns where a bit of dirt track can be easily accessed. While I’m not convinced these bikes would deliver the most comfortable ride on unsealed surfaces, I’m sure they’re a hoot to ride. The Hookie also sell a range of tshirts and some lovely custom painted tanks in their store that are worth checking out.
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