Café Racer Dreams is a new arrival on the custom scene, but the Spanish outfit has grabbed our attention right out of the blocks. This is its first bike, a 1983 Honda CB900 F2 Bol d’Or. It’s been completely dismantled, restored and reassembled to concours condition. There’s a hint of Craig Vetter’s Triumph X-75 Hurricane in the way the bodywork flows from the tank to the side panel, and by trimming away the bulbous endpiece of the standard bike, CRD have created a much sharper look.
CRD is run by Pedro (Pery) García and his friend Ruben, and specialises in Japanese bikes of the 70s & early 80s. CRD #2 is almost finished and the third bike is well under way: both these machines will be based on the Honda CB750 KZ platform. I’ll be checking the CRD blog regularly for updates.
Images by Kristina Fender.