Steel Hip Flask
Cafe Racer was a term given to daring motorbike enthusiasts, their origins burnt into the roads of 1960s London where they raced between cafe's and service stops.
Prized machines were stripped o fheavy parts and tuned in the name of speed. Handle bars were lowered, chests would hug fuel tanks with goggles pressed into the wind as the coveted 'ton' (100mph) was dangerously chased down.
The distinctive riding position, minimal aesthetic of the bikes and reckless rock 'n' roll attitude of the riders marks an unrivalled sense of style in this period of motorcycle history.