” “Necessity is the mother of invention”- In the world of custom motorcycle building that age old saying often rings true. It’s one thing to have an idea of how you’d like your bike to look, but when it comes to finding the right parts or people with the skills to help you, it’s a different story altogether. This was exactly the case when Alexandros Hadjicostas, a filmmaker/photographer living on the small island of Cyprus, decided to build his own Cafe Racer. It all began with the purchase of a ’69 Honda CB750 and ended with a Cafe Racer that was pieced together with parts sourced from 10 different countries around the world. ”
Read more at Return of Café Racers.