1 New R80 S trial by Fuel Bespoke, Barcelona

This is the new creation of Fuel Bespoke Motorcycles based on a BMW R80 ST 1984
A motorcycle inspired on bikes like Triumph, BSA or Penton of the 60’s that used to ride the International Six Days Trials. Light bikes with small headlights, flat handlebars, minimalist  seat and off road tires, motorcycles that were capable of riding trails and woods for days.

"In this bike, commissioned by a classic bike enthusiast living in the Austrian Alps, we have been working not only on aesthetics but also improve its performance.
The front fork is from a BMW K75 Sport which has been adapted by designing and machining the front axle and the triple trees. The brake section has also been improved with a 320mm oversize disc, a 4-piston caliper Brembo and Nissin master cylinder. The entire front disc and displacer caliper has been designed by Fuel and built by a specialist.
The rear has been entrusted to a Wilbers shock with multiple adjustments. We have also worked on the exhaust and collectors  for a set of 2 plus 2 exhaust manifolds (originally the R80 carries a 2 collectors with a single exhaust) and also varying the angle of the mufflers to take higher and improve their height the ground.
All the subframe is constructed again to get a slimmer line, shorten and strengthen the bike for off road use.
In the front of the bike we got a headlight from a classic spanish trial bike, the headlight bracket has been created and built for a “clean” look of the fork, high performance Motogadget speedometer, handlebar Tomaselli, indicators switches from an old Triumph, classic enduro grips and a car type starter motor relocated to the side of the bike.
On one side of the  Kawasaki tank we have incorporated a gearshift from an old  Ural (suicide shift) and thanks to an ingeniously and simple mechanism acts on the choke,when you push down the handle the choke gets open, a “divertimento” which, aesthetically, gives personality to the bike.
There have been five months of hard work that has enabled us to make a step further and keep learning  and improving our buildings."
photographer: Claudio Rizzolo.























0 Track Day, un día de circuito para clásicas circuito de Kotarr

7 de Julio de 2013//Disfruta de un día de circuito para clásicas en el Circuito de Kotarr, Aranda de Duero (Burgos) Organizado por Crd, Cafe Racer Dreams, visita su Blog para más información del evento.
Con el apoyo de Gascap Motor's. Save the date!

0 Wheels & Waves II x Loser Machine

In Europe, the winter can seem unending, the time of year when we are consigned to dwell interminably in our garages, neon lights may be bright but they can never truly replicate sunlight... But there is a cure, we have been planning an end of winter trip to the Basque country since last summer with our friend Fede at Loser Machine and Bixente, a ride for a Wheels and Waves 2013 reunion. A band of brothers, 20 in all. However with the unpredictable seasonal conditions we are taking a gamble, but still we have ploughed through all conditions before and shall do again. The ride is a total of 240km, and we are planning it for June, so it should be perfect riding : A combination of beautiful nature and a rare countryside found in these traditional lands, far from the polluted towns and cities that so many of us are forced to call home. Mountains are found in abundance as are the twists on the long empty stretches of road, which are themselves much like racing circuits, in short, a dreamlike wonderland. Anybody who loves bikes will get that longed for Endorphin rush and a heavenly bike connection. Southsiders Mc (southsiders-mc.blogspot.fr/)

Wheels & Waves x Loser Machine from Douglas Guillot on Vimeo.

5 BMW R90S built it by Sébastien Beaupère

I love this BMW R90S built it by Sébastien Beaupère on a R50 frame, with avon Mk2 Tires, a W&W Springer fork and a beauty Heinrich tank. The pity is that we don't have more information about this bike, So enjoy with what we have!

via Classic Racer France by Douki Patrick, inazumacafe.blogspot.it