Radical Honda CB250 Cafe Racer! WELCOME. THIS IS THE MOST VISITED POST ON MY ENTIRE BLOG! YOU FOLKS LOVE YOU SMALL CAFE’S Rate this:Share:FacebookTwitterEmailRedditPinterestMorePrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
I dunno how I feel about the mono-shock conversion on these sort of bikes. I do love the wheels! Where can I get a hold of them?
I believe those are “Lester Mags” which were very popular in the mid ’70’s
I can’t be positive but those wheels look a LOT like yamaha wheels that have been on many models from the late 70’s including the RD400.
Love the lean simplicity of this creation. The bug eye tail light is very unique an unexpectedly it works very well on this bike. Nice rear swing arm with frame tucked inside… makes it all the leaner. Good job!
there’s no chain!
i kid i kid.
looks like fun though it aint a runner yet.
reminds me of a bike i’ve always admired:
jet propulsion(hoooo micro cardan) and auto gearshift(in handle bar as bikes), !!!
also, the suspension is to close to the arm point making the scissor bar having an structural bent problem with time.
I continue to be amazed at the attention this post receives. I’s always #1 or #2 on the most viewed list.
I second the idea that the wheels are from RD 400. They look quite nice but OMG are they heavy
good…!! I have one ,1983, red , I will restaured soon…..my facebook is ….santiago direnna..regards!!
Air cooled RD 400’s had twin discs… I vote RD250, or possibly SR 250/400/500 (I believe they all had a single disc set up and the same cast wheels)
It’s a CB250RS Honda but not as we know it. I’m surprised he didn’t leave the stock wheels on it, they’re light and quite good looking.