Harley Cafe Racer by Wonder Bikes


There are people around the world who live by Harley and there are people who don’t like them at all, these people expect a lot more than a stock standard Harley. The Wonder Cafe Racer from Wonder Bikes is quite an interesting build pleasing those enthusiasts who expect a lot more then an average custom build.

Based in Wichita Falls, Texas Wonder Bikes is operated by Jason Wonder who builds motorbikes for simplicity, elegance, minimalism and great performance. Each bike is hand fabricated by Jason, making sure the bikes look completely unique to any other motorbikes built around the world. The Wonder Cafe Racer is the first bike in their 10 series.

wonder customs CafeRacer 5The Wonder Cafe Racer is based on a Harley-Davidson loaded with passion and style, and it has the true vintage Cafe Racer spirit. The bike rolls on 18 inch rear and 19 inch front wheel wrapped in Metzeler rubber, drilled disk with Brembo calipers for powerful braking. Hidden internal wiring has been routed throughout the bike to keep it neat and free of clutter.

The Wonder Cafe Racer also has 2-in to-1 Mandrel bent pipes which comes together at a SuperTrapp exhaust, the advantage of SuperTrapp is their tunable disc technology that makes it easier to find that sweet spot once the motor work is done. It ensures that you don’t leave 10 to 15 HP under the table. Joker air cleaner, Dyna ignition and white grips.

The bike also features plenty of custom parts fabricated by Jason Wonder, which includes the custom top motor mount with ignition and headlight switches. The custom seat, white with black stitching by Eddie from Wichita Falls.

The Wonder Cafe Racer is the bike you can take it on the streets or track and when it comes to performance this bike will not disappoint. The owner of this bike will be riding with great joy and thanking Jason for putting together a one of a kind Harley Cafe Racer.

SOURCEWonder Bikes
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  1. Sharon Morton Hello, Im surprised you were able to see this, and yup, its in the blood Im afraid. Thanks to your dad and the job I had at the trucking company, I bought my first big bike, Matchless 650 and customised it right away, loved it. Still have a big 1000cc Honda Adventure tourer that I hope to get on the road this spring.


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