This is a really nice looking cafe, it’s called Project Manxster. A new replica Norton Featherbed frame is mated to a 1998 Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 V-twin. The result is pretty sweet and if you like the Sportster engine, but you’re tired of street trackers this is a nice alternative.
The Manx bodywork almost takes your eyes away long enough to make you miss the glaring inconsistency of a V-twin sitting in the frame, and then it hits you, but it looks good in there. The inverted forks are from a Suzuki TL1000S, the front wheel is from a GSX-R 750. Motogadget supplies the gauges on top and the turn signals. Headlight is from a Honda CB750.
The rear wheel is courtesy of a Buell M2 Cyclone fitted with chain final drive.
Custom wiring, custom paint, custom seat and a ton of work completes the bike. The retro look on a brand new build looks like something that could have been around long ago, but wasn’t.