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Suzuki Boulevard S40 Ryca – Ryca Motors

If your looking for a Café racer and don’t know how to build your own, Ryca Motors is the place you should be looking. Located in Los Angeles California and operated by Former NASA engineer Casey Stevenson.

Casey always wanted to build a lightweight Café Racer to cruise around L.A on. He imagined a motorcycle with a Japanese engine and with a classic café style. Soon he discovered that his ultimate thumper Café Racer was hidden inside a bike known as the Suzuki Boulevard S40, also known as the Savage.  The S40 has been around for over 20 years and you can still buy them brand new.

Ryca Motors 7Some one with NASA engineering background planning to build a Café Racer, we know what the outcome will be. Casey’s idea was to create an ultimate custom Café Racer kit with all parts and accessories, which later can be used to transform any Suzuki S40 into a kick ass Café Racer. So if you have got any tools in your garage this kit is for you, to get your hands dirty and build your own Café Racer.

The heart of Ryca CS-1 is a 650cc, air-cooled, middleweight single-cylinder engine and a five-speed tranny and producing 60 mpg, up to 60 miles per gallon. The bike also has a belt drive, which is quiet, durable, simple to adjust and clean. Custom low profile tank with integrated keyswitch / indicator panel, custom fiberglass seat and side covers as well as rearsets with custom mounting bracket and hardware. Aluminum clip-ons giving the bike that thumper café racer look. Hydraulic front disc brake / rear drum, reverse cone muffler, Gran Turismo style grips, super bright LED tail light includes running light, brake light, and blinkers in one unit. Foot-actuated decompression lever and a K&N air filter.

Ryca CS-1 Weighs 320 lbs with wheelbase 57″ and seat height 31″.  The end result is a lightweight, reliable and very fuel-efficient suitable for any one who does urban commuting.

The kit can be ordered from Ryca Motors , and when you buy a kit and finish the project just send them a photo and they will give you a nice discount on the purchase of your next kit.

Dev D
Dev Dhttp://motorivista.com/
By day he is a Project Lead at Syntel Inc., by night a contributing editor at Moto Rivista. The young gun of the team, likes anything that goes fast!

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