Kaffeemaschine Makes The Best Moto Guzzi Cafe Racers in The World
The thought of a cafe racer immediately takes one back to the 60’s and 70’s, a time of Brylcreem and the ton-up boys. While the styling appeal for the era certainly not only exists, but is more growing than ever, Cafe Racers have become a regular charm that everyone is willing to put their moneys and mouth in. While so, there are very few bike builders out there that do it with the same panache as German custom bike builder kaffeemaschine who has maintained a top-notch persona by consistently creating a slew of gorgeous looking, and very stylish Moto Guzzi Cafe Racers. Kaffeemaschine is the brainchild of builder Axel Budde who treats classic motorcycles as his canvas to create artful cafe racers. The machines that he creates for customers are not only made with bespoke hand crafted parts, but also consist of engine and suspension optimisations to give the owner the best-of-both-worlds experience.
His bespoke handcrafted parts create unique looking machines that are such a well-fit for anyone who is looking to invest not only in classy and stylish mode of transport, but also a classic beauty with modernised performance and reliability.
Here’s out take on the five best Moto Guzzi cafe racers that have come out the the German builder’s workshop till now. You can check out more from Kaffeemaschine here, and stay up to date with their new motorcycles on their Facebook page.
Moto Guzzi Cafe Racer 01: Machine 17
The Machine 17 is built around a Moto Guzzi Le Mans 3 for Marcel Hunter is a 1100 cc black powdered engine pounding 90 hp power out of the 182 kg body which sports a Jaguar blue color scheme and brown leather with a handmade matte-black exhaust. The Bridgestone Battlax tyres one the wheels and accompany the new set of brakes with steel finish for rest.
Moto Guzzi Cafe Racer 02: Machine 15
Built for a Charles Schrager from the UK is built around a SP frame which fits in a 1000 cc LM engine, with 83 hp and weighs only 188 kg and here the round headlamp gets a fairing with transperant visor or windshield.
Moto Guzzi Cafe Racer 03: Machine 14
Machine 14 built around a Le Mans 3 for Marco Della Valle is a 1000 cc engine with 82 hp of power surging out of the 185 kg body. Common features include the leather seating single, bar ends with two way in-built indicators and a flat round headlamp.
Moto Guzzi Cafe Racer 04: Machine 13
built for Thomas is again based on the Le Mans 3 and has a 1000 cc engine which pumps out 80 hp of sheer power and weighs 182 kg only which gets a chrome finished canister.
Moto Guzzi Cafe Racer 05: Machine 12
built for William Connor from the USA is built around the Le Mans 3 which sports a 1040 cc engine responsible for 90 hp power and weighs 182 kgs.