The cafe racer style is widely recognised by the sporty laid down riding position, high and pushed back foot pegs, knee cut outs on the tank, low clip on handle bars and the iconic curved tail piece. Although cafe racers first started life based around the twin cylinder british bikes of the 50/60's, they also work well with the recently popular Japanese twins and four cylinder bikes from the mid to late 70's.
Scramblers and flat trackers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. From little punchy 125cc, up to big 650cc power plants which will blow your socks off. With a comfortable up right riding position, high exhaust pipes, chunky tires and cut down mud guard's, there light weight and agile. Best built around air cooled twin's or single cylinder bikes, there ideal for exploring the country side, or taking for a rip down the beach. Tough, rugged, reliable.
Long slab seat, short rear fender, riser or clip on handle bars, off road or street tires, high pipes or low pipes. The brat style is pretty open ended when it comes to conforming to a set look. Usually a scrambler / bobber hybrid if you will, but they take their features from many different style of bikes. They can be based around most motorcycles and are the perfect all rounder if your torn between two styles, and want the best of both worlds.