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Fuel Tank TV presents Nick Eterovic and his SR400 Yamaha, a 2005 model he has converted into his interpretation of a 1960s Café Racer.

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It’s the start of a new week, so what could be better than hopping on a motorcycle for a long cruise and putting your cares behind you for a while? Most of the petrol heads out there will simply reply…nothing.

Nick Eterovic is a proud petrolhead with a passion for motorcycles and has made two winning competition bikes in the last couple of years. In this video he proudly displays his interpretation of a 1960s Cafe Racer, an English custom road bike where bikers would strip as much weight as possible from their motorcycle and combine the best components available from other two-wheelers to make a one-of-a kind bike in both performance and looks.

Nick’s is made from a 2005 SR400 Yamaha, and you also get a sneak peak at his 1969 Honda CB175.

Source – Fuel Tank TV

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