Kawasaki Z1000 Cafe Racer Custom
In the 70s and 80s, Georges Martin was one of Europe’s most prolific frame and component manufacturers. Based in Les Sables-d’Olonne, a picturesque seaside town in western France, he built almost 6,000 frames for custom and racing motorcycles. He’s still an iconic figure on the continental scene, and this new café racer is a tribute to his skills. It was built by Alan Bernard of Santiago Chopper to rekindle his old passions of racing motorcycles and Kawasaki in particular.
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This is one of those motorcycles that’s going to make it onto websites that don’t normally feature motorcycles. It’s exotic and terrifyingly quick, and it’ll cost as much as the GDP of a small African nation.
Ducati 900ss Low Pipe by Union Motorcycle Classics
The feature of today is 1993 Ducati 900ss Low Pipe. Lets hand over here to Mike from Union to tell us about the build “A customer in Canada called looking to buy the High Pipe 900ss. The bike wasn’t for sale therefore we came up with the idea to build a sister bike for the customer. This project was a great opportunity to make a few changes and build something slightly different to the High Pipe, mainly paint.