• By Published On: May 31, 2022

    Gentlemen, may we have your votes please? In 2021 the BikeBrewers team got invited by the Café Racer Club Bulgaria to act as judges for the 2nd edition of the Caféracerfest in Kyustendil – Bulgaria. We didn’t know what to expect, since this was the first time we were asked to […]

  • By Published On: April 14, 2022

    Populair request We have written about the venerable Yamaha XV a number of times in our recent posts and we can’t get enough of them. Not just because of the cool aesthetics the Japanese V-twins have, or the high desirability factor they possess. No ladies and gentlemen, we love the Yamaha […]

  • By Published On: September 24, 2021

      Back in 2020, BikeBrewers were invited to join the first edition of the Café Racer Fest in Kyustendil, Bulgaria. Unfortunately COVID had paralyzed the world and travel restrictions caused us to miss out on that event. We followed the happening on social media while the enthusiasm of participants, visitors and […]

  • By Published On: April 3, 2018

    I can’t help it, but we got a submission of another awesome Yamaha Virago. And just like Bal Deo’s Virago I’ve posted last week, it’s an XV750. It’s not on purpose, it’s just how they roll in. This bike is built by Oran, owner of Buriam Siammotor, a motorcycle dealer in Buriram. This mid-sized […]

  • By Published On: February 25, 2016

    Found a great Yamaha XV750 Virago Café Racer by VTR Customs. This is one of the builds they’ve displayed at Swiss Moto 2016. I really like what these guys are doing, remember the awesome BMW R NineT we’ve featured earlier.  

  • By Published On: October 8, 2015

    The Yamaha Virago is a great platform for building a café racer. It’s massive V-twin and great proportions makes it a love for the eye when stripped down to it’s bare essentials. I had to share this great peace of work By Diogo Oliveira. I couldn’t find any specs of it, so […]

  • By Published On: July 22, 2015

    A Yamaha Virago has an ankward standard lining, so turning it into a cafe racer takes some courage. Bike brewer Greg Hageman did an outstanding job on this XV750. Front fork is from a 2008 Yamaha R1. Öhlin shocks on the rear, and as you can see, the big v-twin caches […]