High octane has come up with a beautiful BMW R nine T custom, called the HPnine T, it’s a café racer based on the BMW R nine T, and we think it’s the best custom build we’ve ever seen(based on the R nine T of course).
Seems like the retro style is back massively this late couple of months, and manufacturers are leaning toward this trend, why not! The retro style has what you need: the style, the comfort, the fun, and so on, and now we have a couple of retro bike to choose from, but some peoples(hardcore) like retro bike with a true old bike, no problem at all, McCafferty a designer from California, USA, give you that old style bike with an old bike.
Lately Triumph has unveiled a new range of Bonnevilles , and we were really surprised by the final result! Because a lot of Hinckley fan were worried about the fact that new Bonneville will use a liquid cooled engine, but finally the result was slick and respect the aesthetic code of the old Bonneville, but there are always peoples who want to be a part and it’s the case of an Austrian called JM Wilkens, he rendered what could be a Triumph in a café racer trim, and the result will probably not suit every one,
Recently we showed you the Yamaha 900 XR FASTER SON by OBERDAN BEZZI, and seems this son has also brothers, and OBERDAN like to call them “DIRTIEST SON”, in fact they are quite similar but they have color scheme that differentiate them from one to another.
Lately Yamaha has introduced the XSR 700, a café racer based on the MT-07, and the result is pretty nice, not outstanding but it’s give you an (retro) alternative to the current MT-07 naked bike, but what is the next move from Yamaha in this domain(customization from factory)? OBERDAN BEZZI (as always give us a glimpse of what could be a Yamaha MT-09 in old school trim: Yamaha 900 XCR FASTER SON.