” Californian Darrell Schneider is known in the classic car community for his high-quality fiberglass skills. He’s also a keen motorcyclist, and has transformed his personal 2004 Honda CRF250R dirtbike into this eye-catching café racer.
Schneider namechecks Roland Sands, Richard Pollock and Ron Wood as the inspiration for the bike, nicknamed the ‘GP250R.’ “Those guys just have cool style,” Schneider told Cycle World. He emailed Bike EXIF regulars Sands and Pollock for advice throughout the build: “They wouldn’t tell me what to do, but they would point me in the right direction.”
Modern café racers are often accused of being style over substance, but this CRF puts performance above all. Schneider rebuilt the motor using later-model Honda parts, installed a Crower cam, and got the carburetor upgraded by Tokyo Mods. ”
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