Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

By - December 6th, 2013

Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

Over the course of two years, this award-winning http://powersports.honda.com” target=”_blank”>Honda CB Cafe Racer was created by http://exesor-motorcycles.com/” target=”_blank”>Exesor Motorcycles, a custom bike outfit based out of Austria. The company is run by quality control engineer Christian Schwarzenlander, who assembled the cafe racer using parts culled from a Honda CB250 (basketcase and frame), CB360 (the motor, bored out to 390 cc) and CB400 (swingarm). For the uniquely vintage look, Schwarzenlander adhered to a self-imposed rule: no chrome. “Every metal part is either nickel-plated, black chrome galvanized or made from bare stainless steel,” he says. The build would go on to take top honors in the annual competition of the prestigious German magazine Custombike — the first ever win for a cafe style bike or a Honda. Check out detailed looks below.

Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

Honda CB Cafe Racer By Exesor Motorcycles

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