Surprisingly one of most popular among motorcycle segment, Cafe Racers, was not invented by highly paid design engineers or in specialist style studios, it came from street riders. The owners, by improving the performance of their bikes, created a look that reflected racers of the time and made such a mark that the look has lasted for over 50 years: the café racer, since 1960‘s and yet much fascinated, from British streets and now in all over the world! Here’s we have a redefined 535 cc powered Royal Enfield Continental GT into a chrome Cafe Racer , from the house of J&D Custom Co, in Vadodara, Gujrat.
On the building, Jay D. Patel, former of J& D Custom Co shared with 350CC.com :”On this specific build the client had a vision of what he wanted, after a few discussions and sketches I was able to put his vision in Reality.
Our theme for the build was combination of chrome & matte black paint. So, We removed tank’s original Red paint & turned it into shiny chrome tank. The rear frame was cut down to shorten the length. We fabricated a new rear cafe cowl with back light in it . We also made leather seat as per design. We shorten front suspension by 2inches for giving the bike perfect cafe racer stance. The glass of headlamp is converted into black color glass to match the whole theme. Some few changes like exhaust & front cowl have to be done after few weeks because of the busy building schedule.“
Pictures Courtesy: J& D Custom Co
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