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BENJIE'S CAFE RACERS

Benjies Cafe Racers (BCR), primarily work on vintage bikes that haven’t been seen  by a great many people.
The main reason for this they say; is that previous owners simply didn’t want to be seen riding those bikes or due to a dilapidated, unroadworthy state. BCR revitalise these bike after many hours of chopping pounding, cutting and welding.
Ultimately creating unique and original-looking bikes to your specification.

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All work is carried out with parts fabricated in-house, from original designs/concepts BCR make no apologies for the fact that simply don't produce, dime-a-dozen, crotch rockets or cookie cutter clone bikes.

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