TEN BUCK COFFEE. Kott Motorcycles’ ’79 Honda CB750 Cafe Racer

What if we told you about an opportunity to own a cafe racer by one of the best cafe racer builders in the world? No catches and no tricks? Read on...

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You don’t have to spend long on the internet before you’re confronted with those ever annoying pop up ads; the 21st Century equivalent of the door to door salesman. Just like their human counterparts of yesteryear, they seem to appear at the most inopportune time, offering seemingly incredible products for a suspiciously low price. But what if I told you about an opportunity to own a classic cafe racer by one of the best cafe racer builders in the world? No catches and no tricks. No, there won’t be any steak knives thrown in but it all could be yours for just $10. It’s raffle bike No. 2 from California’s Kott Motorcycles, a sublime transformation of a 1979 Honda CB750 DOHC.

So why build a bike to be raffled off? Head honcho Dustin Kott explains, “The first attempt was very successful and the overwhelming amount of interest inspired the present raffle. The most prevalent sentiment that raffle entrants mentioned was the opportunity to own a custom-built motorcycle for as little as ten dollars. The gentlemen that won the first raffle bike had only bought one ticket! The first machine that we decided to build and raffle off was a Honda 1970 CB350 twin. This bike had an appeal to a wide audience and performed very well for a smaller displacement bike, however, this second raffle attempt features a high performance 750 cc motorcycle.”

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