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Custom Harley Fat Bob by Rough Crafts Triumph Bobber, Harley Bobber, Bobber Bikes, Harley Softail, Cafe Racer Bikes, Bobber Motorcycle, Custom Motorcycles, Custom Bikes, Bobber Helmets

“Fender and Firestone police, here I come,” Winston Yeh quips, as we discuss the latest custom motorcycle to roll out of the house of Rough Crafts. Based on a 2020 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 107, it's a stripped-down, low-slung bobber, swathed in typical Rough Crafts finishes. And yes, it has no front fender and it wears sawtooth treads (although they're from Duro, not Firestone). Winston's fully aware that his stylistic choices might irk some of our readers, but he's unfazed. This is a special…

Lowbrow Spotlight: Todd Muller’s Custom 1968 650cc Triumph Bonneville Bobber – Lowbrow Customs Triumph 650, Triumph Bonneville, Triumph Motorcycles, Azteca Tattoo, Camera Techniques, Firestone Tires, Motorcycle Engine, Engine Rebuild, Hill Climb

The world of motorcycles has always been a realm of personal expression and individuality. Among the many iconic motorcycles, the custom Triumph Bonneville Bobber holds a special place. This guide will delve into the art of customizing your own Triumph Bonneville Bobber,...

Gary Graeff
Ducati Scrambler, Scrambler Cafe Racer, Cafe Racer Bikes, Cafe Racer Motorcycle, Cafe Racers, Ducati Cafe Racer, Retro Motorcycle, Motorcycle Types, Chopper Motorcycle

And now you know. If only it were that easy. Let's begin with the Café Racer. These bikes mean many different things to many different people (for a fantastic look at the love that goes into these machines check out http://www.returnofthecaferacers.com/ or http://caferacerdesign.com/). The basic Wikipedia history lesson goes like this. Back in the 50's bike owners would strip down and customise their own road bikes to imitate the Moto Grand Prix bikes. It was a craze primarily in Britain and…