Best of the Midwest

We were happy to set up shop at Chicago’s annual Motoblot street festival a couple of weeks back where we’d promised to have our cameras ready to capture the custom bikes in attendance. More than 12,000 punters visited the show created by Larry Fletcher of Chicago Ton-Up, and though V-Twin cruisers were everywhere, CRM managed to snag pics and tech details on some truly tasty cafe racer customs. A half dozen of the best of these stripped-down road rockers are slated to appear in our upcoming August/September issue, which, by the way, is dedicated to the purchase, personalization and running of low-buck custom bikes. In a world where a running classic car will set you back at least $30,000, it’s a true pleasure to cover reader’s rides built to a fairly high spec for less than $4,000. For example, rest your peepers on this crazy, metalflake Suzuki two-stroke special, built by Chicago’s Motorcycle Mania. This baby rolled away with the Best Japanese Custom award at Motoblot and full tech spec awaits you come August.

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