Barn Luck’s cafe racer style motorcycles encapsulate the creative, rebellious, and unique spirit each of us craves to unleash. Your next cafe racer has been crafted with an impressive mix of design and performance.
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Barn Luck Bavarian
The Bavarian cafe sport motorcycle carries the spirit of the McLaughlins 1976 Daytona winning Butler and Smith BMW. This one of a kind motorcycle, perfect for collectors, was designed, built and test driven by Barn Luck’s own Chief Engineer Rudy Schachinger, feared back-to-back Florida State Champion in the vintage motorcycle light and heavy weight class.
Barn Luck Stallion II
The concept of this custom Moto Guzzi the Stallion II by Barn Luck , was inspired by the the originally design by Dr. John Wittner, an American Dentist, Moto Guzzi-racing fanatic and Winner of the 1984 and 1985 American National Endurance Championship. His pioneering chassis and engine technic landed him an invitation by Moto Guzzi to join their team. Like all Barn Luck cafe racers, the Stallion II is GP track tested before delivery by chief engineer Rudy Schachinger.
Barn Luck Samurai
The Yamaha TR1, once over looked when introduced in 1981, is now one of the most prized Cafe Racers after winning the European Battle of Twins Challenge Series in 1989 by Claus Casper. The end result of an advanced build sure to delight true fans, the Samurai , is a one of a kind motorcycle that has been designed, built and test driven by Barn Luck’s own Chief Engineer Rudy Schachinger, feared back-to-back Florida State Champion in the vintage motorcycle light and heavy weight class.