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June 18, 2011

Twinline 1975 Kawasaki S1 Cafe Racer

The guys at Twinline have been building some sharp looking bikes including this Kawasaki S1.There has been some thought gone into the design around balancing the tripple exhaust with the rest of the elements on the bike.

Twinline 1975 Kawasaki S1 Cafe Racer


The guys at Twinline have been building some sharp looking bikes including this Kawasaki S1.
There has been some thought gone into the design around balancing the tripple exhaust with the rest of the elements on the bike. Their solution to provides something that's visually engaging no matter what angle you look at it from.

"With a triple the symmetry that is so easy to follow in the old twins and fours is interrupted by three pipes two on one side the other all alone. I wanted to follow this offset by frenching the tail light off to one side, and do the same with the head lights in a street fighter style. Its personality changes as you walk around the bike."

You can check out more of their builds hereon their website.





[Images from the Twinline website]

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