9 comments on “A Cafe’d Goldwing.

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  1. Contemplating….

    Don’t really think it fits into the “cafe” category anymore than a custom dumptruck fits into the “hot rod” category.

    I’d refer to it as a “custom”. Not really in the description envelope of a cafe bike.

    • Yeah I wasn’t quite sure what to call it exactly. I has a tracker style seat but… no.. it’s no tracker. It seems lately that “cafe” is applied universally to just about anything with low bars so what the heck. :-/ shrug..

  2. Mike. Go to E-bay and check out a seller that goes by the name of “Hotwing” I think that might be one of his seats. Or try his site: http://www.hotwingglass.com/ and hit the Darkwing model. Don’t ask how on earth I might know this. I have used his seats before and they are very solidly laid up.. Hope this helps.

  3. I like it, but it’s not a tracker or cafe, or even a chopper; it’s a custom, period. I’d put a skinnier front tire but it’s pretty cool. A friend put a hidden 3-71 blower up under the “tank”, (re-routed the top frame tubes), and had the air horn for the Holley 500 cfm sticking through it. Very fast bike, especially for the 1970’s.

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