This cafe racer, named Mr. Wolf, makes us want to throw on our baddest leather jacket, a pair of Aviators and cruise down some narrow and curvy roads.
By Henrik Malmberg | Automotive | 2016-03-09
Clockwork Motorcycles builds custom, made to order motorcycle and this one, called Mr. Wolf, was built using a 1981 Honda cb900c frame. Not a typical bike for a cafe racer project. The new lines and shapes was designed on paper and the bike was tear in to pieces and rebuilt from the ground up.
The frame is heavily modified and the seat is custom made with leather and suede details. The engine received a performance treatment to kick the horsepower up a bit. To finish it up, they fabricated a custom stainless exhaust and some velocity stacks for the air intakes. Everything was then blackened out. The only "color" is the gas tank, who was left raw with its dents and scratches, then clear coated. The bike weight a lot less from its original version and is a totally new and exciting ride.
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