Cafes, Racers, And Stunters

Into photography, motorcycles, and automobiles. This is mainly a motorcycle blog but i do occasionally put some of my personal pictures that aren't motorcycle related...I have another blog on which I post all my own photos under my artist name of Braxen photography (Click Here)... I Ride a 1973 Honda CB500F which i turned into a resto-mod / cafe racer...

Bay Area, California

habermannandsons:

In 1968, Greeves offers to private pilots in addition to a 350 Sylverstone the Oulton also derived from a cross motorcycle. Its Villiers engine / Greeves is a single two time developing 40-45 hp depending on preparation, the goal was to beat the Yam TD3 and TR3, the challlenge was possible, since the English weighed 20kg less than the Japanese, but in 1968 Bert Greeves retires, and his successors stop manufacturing com-speed customers.

(Source: themotart-journal.com)