A few weeks ago we’ve shared you a Cafe Racer story from Klassik Kustoms as well, and today we bring you their Honda CB250 Cafe Racer story. A 1974 CB250k with a 1972 CB350K engine that is!

Klassik Kustoms Philosophy
“Bikes for those who don’t need status symbols. Motorcycles don’t need to be expensive, bling bling or from the US, first of all they need to be real and authentic. And that’s the way we build bikes – made to feel one of the ultimate things in life: FREEDOM!

No one needs big engines to feel free or just roaming around. So we decide to serve only motorcycles under 750cc. No matter how much money you can spend on the project – we will find a way.”

It was the first bike of a friend of the guys and was in a really bad shape when they got it. The engine was not running (bad piston rings), but at the same time they found an old cb350k dirttracker (a real one without brakes!) and decided to make 1 out of 2.

Every year in Germany there is a Cafe Racer event with 1/8 mile dragracing called Glemseck 101, so had to be finished before that!

cb250 cafe racer

So, what is done to the bike?

Mikuni vm30 carbs with K&N filters + ’72 CB350K engine + a handmade 2 in1 exhaust system.

It was also lowered 5cm and got a handmade CMC fork stem with a CB360g fork and motogadget speedo.
There were also a pair of  Fehling clipons mounted on this CB250 Cafe Racer.

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The CB250 or CB350… what shall be call it… got a bigger sprocket for dragracing and a Firestone tire in the back.
The frame was shortened  and received a mini Cafe Racer Seat, Tarozzi rearsets, A scrambler headlight, Led indicators and taillight.

cb250 cafe racer 4

As you can tell, many handmade parts went into this CB250 Cafe Racer.

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