|A Royal Enfield cafe racer without the usual stripped down look.|
And it's for sale. According to the ad:
"Originating from a stock G5 chrome and black model, this cafe was born with nearly every upgrade you could add. The gas tank and cafe style seat was special ordered to give it that special look. The rear sets force the rider in a position natural to how a cafe racer should ride. The wrapped exhaust has been upgraded to an upsweep D&D exhaust pipe with a Stage 1 K&N and UNI breather (adding a 10 per cent increase in horsepower). The bars have been flipped and bar end mirrors have been added. The fly screen windshield, bullet turn signals, and custom license plate holder were the finishing touches to contribute to the overall cafe racer look."
|I like the bright fender beneath the cafe seat.|
|Pin stripping on cafe take looks classy.|
2. It still shifts on the left side and brakes on the right. The upgraded rear sets were ordered from Hitchcocks Motorcycles. (Other bits came from NField Gear and the Royal Enfield of Canada.)
|And the seat looks natural.|
|Seating for one.|
5. Believe it or not, these bars are the stock handlebars. We flipped them and drilled new holes for the switch housings.
|Hard to believe those are the stock bars.|