OUR CAFE RACERS
& RESTOMOD CAR
CAFE RACER BT01
Cafe Racer BT01 Based on a CX500
Blacktrack's adventure has started in 2015 in the garage of one of Sacha Lakic's friend, where a disassembled Honda CX500 was waiting for its revival. A few months later, the cafe racer reaches the top 10 cafe racers of the year in the Bike exif newspaper.
The creation of the Blacktrack label was an evidence.
CAFE RACER BT02
Cafe Racer BT02 Based on a Triumph Thruxton
For the second cafe racer of the brand, our founder Sacha Lakic has decided to build a cafe racer by taking his inspiration from his childhood. One of the motorcycles that has marked his memory is the Norton Manx : "It embodies the design of cafe racers: light, sleek, fine, simple, pure and recognizable, with a unique sound. My favorite version: the 1959 model".
CAFE RACER BT03
Cafe Racer BT02 Based on a Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Bob 114
Here is our boldest cafe racer : the BT03., based on a Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Bob 114. Often nicknamed the Harley custom anorexic, especially for its massive reduction in weight, but also for its sporty and naked look.
The BT03 was created is a one-off custom which is today in Japan at a collector's.
RESTOMOD CAR BT04
Restomod car BT04 Based on a Porsche 964 Carrera 4
The last but not least custom of Blacktrack is our very first special car : the Restomod car BT04.
Based on a Porsche 964 Carrera 4 from 1990,
the transformation has been thought to optimise the driving pleasure. This build is the perfect fusion between vintage look and modern performances.