Napoleon mirrors from Speed Motor Co. are a natural choice for a café racer.
Steve “Carpy” Carpenter's slick four-into-one motorcycle exhaust system.
The fine folks at British Cycle Supply happened across a small selection of Dunstall or Stadium-style Universal front fenders from the early 1970s.
Joker Machine makes a slew of cool café racer products, and one of the neatest is this Lucas-style Café LED Taillight Assembly.
If you’re looking for a way to really transform that stock-looking Honda Four into a café racer, a custom-built Alloy Bullet Café Tank from Roc City Café Racers may be right up your alley.
Hotwing Glass specializes in making custom vintage fiberglass motorcycle seats, and our favorite is the Road Race 3.
HVCcycle in Lincoln, Neb., sells a variety of restoration and non-stock parts for Japanese motorcycles, especially two-strokes. One of their most universal pieces is the classic Viper fairing from EMGO.
Made in the USA, these universal rearsets from Loaded Gun Customs can be modified to fit virtually any bike if you fabricate mounts and shift/brake linkage rods.
These M-Bars come from Norman Hyde Ltd. in Warwick, England, where they know just a thing or two about making café racers.