Cafe Racer TV Season 3 Starts Thursday April 19, 2012

The 3rd season will air on Velocity, the Discovery Channel replacing HD Theater since October 4, 2011. Cafe Racer Season 3 runs Thursdays at 8 pm, starting April 19th. Mike Seate hosts a tour of one of the world’s most enduring style of bikes: The Cafe Racer.

Mike will continue to explore the history, development and worldwide cult surrounding the Cafe Racer, a motorcycle directly responsible for today’s superbikes. The Cafe Racer Show visits legendary motorcycle builders in the U.S., England, and Italy as they search for the perfect combination of style and speed.

In the seasons premiere episode, CAFÉ RACER visits the legendary NCR Ducati shop in Italy to acquire exclusive parts for a one-of-a-kind build. Future episodes will include a Bostrom Brothers’ surprise build; lighting fast tests at Little Talledega; a controversial custom build that that will exceed six figures; and, an exclusive look into the Cretins, America’s first café racing society. (Last minute, I just learned from host Nike Seate that Cafe Racer will also being broadcast on Discovery main channel at 2 p.m. and 2:30 pm weekdays)

Barnett Harley-Davidson

5 Responses to “Cafe Racer TV Season 3 Starts Thursday April 19, 2012”


  1. 1 John Jessup Apr 4th, 2012 at 8:59 am

    This is a great show. Just motorcycles. No fake ass fighting.

  2. 2 Aloha-Terry Apr 4th, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    Cool to see Ricky Gadson riding the Orange Bike at Valdosta….cannot wait to see the show! Nothing fake on this show…but real fun to watch!

  3. 3 Brian Apr 5th, 2012 at 9:37 am

    I agree, that orange bike is just awesome! The craftsmanship it took to create that bike is just unimaginable. I’m sure it’s a real “Blast” to ride.

  4. 4 Johnny Wolf Apr 6th, 2012 at 12:55 am

    Finally!!! My DVR still records all episodes because I wasn’t sure when the new season would start. Thanks for the heads up!

  5. 5 nicker Apr 11th, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Nice to see the Rocker scene come back.
    Triton’s & Norvis, such machines were true scratch build customs.
    And built by the ton-up working-class boys who rode-em…… :-)

    -nicker-

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