In true cafe racer styling the frame has been stripped of all unwanted lugs, and brackets for that desired minimalist look. the side panels, Air-box and battery box have been removed leaving that traditional clear space behind the engine. The battery and also electrical components have now been relocated within the tail unit.
Stopping the 'Cafe Racer 59' is a set of new modern calipers front and rear, along with stainless steel braided brake lines. The fuel tank geometry has been revised so that it seats perfectly level on the steel frame.
The overhall lines of the bike looks really cool, and the colour sceme of choice is a deep gloss black finished with old school decals in white. I do like the lines and styling of this particular Zed cafe racer which remind me of the Breitling Cafe Racer build by Santiago Chopper.
Article: Si Mason SYB Magazine - Photography: Courtesy Galaxy Custom, Bulgaria