Suzuki Cafe Racer – Amazing Showcase For Andrew Brown’s First Project

This is the first project for Andrew Brown, a beautifully finished Suzuki Cafe Racer which started life as a Suzuki LS 650. To say that this is Andrew’s first project he’s done one fantastic job with a finish as good as any custom motorcycle shop out there. It’s been stripped down and anything not needed has been removed leaving a really clean classic cafe racer feel. I love the gold ascent parts in the handle bars and control components which really sets this build to another level. Black and chrome is always going to look cool and this is definately a fine examples of the ‘less is more’ theory.

Andrew said “its a four speed belt drive cruiser ,  I have modified it to what you see now I have always liked bikes but this is my first project . Ideally the exhaust header  needs re-chroming. It’s up for sale now as I have run out of room.” The low slung handle bars and that sweet custom rear end look brilliant finished of by that old school rear brake light. A huge amount of attention to detail has been payed on this job, lashings of perfectly done chrome, beautiful seat and a really sweet looking straight out exhaust system,

This is the first motorcycle I’ve posted about that hasn’t come out of a garage, Andrew has done one fantastic job and the lucky new owner of this sweet Suzuki Cafe Racer is buying one hell of a machine. I can;t wait to see what his next project is going to be and just hope that Andrew share’s it with us when it’s done.

Suzuki Cafe Racer

Suzuki Cafe Racer

Suzuki Cafe Racer

Suzuki Cafe Racer