The Royal Enfield 500cc Historic Café Racer
If you somehow found your way to this page, you are obviously a Cafe Racer fan, or at least interested in Enfield’s. Well so am I. A little while ago I attended a race meeting at Zwartkops Race Way, South Africa and came across a friendly group of chaps that all belong to an interest group named the “South African Historic Motorcycle Group” these chaps are incredible. They maintain, repair and run motorcycles predating the end of December 1975. To make a long story short, I did not see any 500cc Enfield’s participating, so I thought that should be rectified. Yes, an Enfield is not the most expensive piece of kit on the road, nor does it have an impeccable road racing history but does that mean that we should not see one on the track? Now you know where I am going with this…. Let’s get one on the track as soon as possible.
The Enfield Before the Café Racer conversion The Enfield After the Café Racer conversion
The 1000 Bike Show is an annual event organised by The Classic Motorcycle Club and held at Germiston High School.
It is the biggest bike show on the African continent.
We entered the Enfield and it won the best of the HMG group.
We are pleased that the quality of our work was recognised.
Our Cafe Racer Fiberglass parts are made to the highest standards with month’s worth of design and development going into each part. We export to all parts of the world with the highest volumes going to America and the UK.
South Africans have not lagged behind in the world wide trend of "Old School Cafe Racer" design and build.