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Cafe Racer SSpirit

Cafe Racer SSpirit, is based in beautiful San Sebastián (Gipuzkoa) and is home to a team of four dedicated and conscientious custom motorcycle creators.

This workshop designs and builds a diverse spectrum of custom bikes and with this expertise, they’ve developed a penchant creating café racers, bratstyle, bobbers and scramblers, mainly from the 70s/80s era. The team is particularly keen to get its hands on Japanese bikes and BMW Boxer engines from this era – they’re known for splicing multiple motorcycle marques within their builds.

The workshop’s style, (while making new) favours leaving the original patina of your finished custom in place. And in so doing, allows your bike to retain its unique character and maintain an alluring aesthetic of handcrafted quality.

CRSS believe that much in the same way clothing allows you to express personality, the “motorcycle you ride, can define you”.
Regardless of the style of bike you desire, with each CRSS build the team will work with you, to meticulously reconstruct and remake the bike, to reflect your personality.

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It's preferable to make an appointment before visiting the workshop - nevertheless, the team will always make you feel welcome.

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