NEC Cafe or Decaf?
By Anthony van Someren - 25 Nov 11
They have also built a very cool bobber on the same Thruxton platform, but with a custom built frame and plenty of one-off parts. They really are properly customized machines, but the best bit is that you can probably get them serviced at your local Triumph dealer.Royal Enfield, who have been re-making and re-importing the old school Bullet and other old-school models for a while now. They clearly get what's happening out there, as they have a proper alloy-tanked cafe racer called the Clubman that looks custom straight out of the box - for a little over 5 grand. Norton were there with their slightly over-priced Commandos, which they are lovely bikes to look at, but they need to get their act together with pricing and delivery if they want to be more than an expensive luxury for extremely patient and patriotic aficionados.