The Brighton Cafe Racer features a tuned 790cc twin that bumps output to 74 horsepower, 34 percent more than stock. The engine is bolted to one of Streetmaster’s proprietary frames that rides on a stock fork and Race Tech shocks. Period-correct features include clubman bars, rounded triple-clamps and a very cool aluminum tank. The bike weighs 355 pounds.
“We wanted the style and panache of what the rockers and ton-up boys used to ride back in England, but with the power, reliability and push-button starting of a modern motorcycle,” CEO Richard Varner said in a statement. “We think we’ve struck the perfect balance between heritage and haul-ass.”
Besides the Brighton Cafe Racer, they have also built the So-Cal Speed Shop Miller street tracker that features a Triumph 78hp 865cc Triumph parallel twin motor, Streetmaster custom frame, Buell Cyclone forks and Race Tech shocks. So-Cal Speed Shop custom built all the tins and painted the bike.