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Cafe Racer Magazine

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Cafe Racer Magazine

P.O. Box 394

Sewickley, Pennsylvania,15143

United States

Company Description

Your complete, bimonthly guide to cafe racers, classic bikes, specials, hybrids, British iron, streetfighters and other incredible, high-performance motorcycles. If it’s fast and naked, you’ll find it between our covers. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Coordinating Producer

Cafe Racer TV


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Air Times - Cafe Racer TV

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Episode 3 - Hugh Mackie and Fumi Matsueda of Sixth Street Specials return to "Café Racer", this time with a Norton Commando mess delivered by Café Racer Magazine's Mike Seate.
Episode 7 - Getting Old World engineering to do the Ton; in this four part series, Mike Seate and Blake Kelly embark on a tour of northeastern bike builders in their quest of making a Royal Enfield reach 100 mph. Some of the Country's best builders team up to make a Royal Enfield more powerful, better handling and faster looking but not before Mike and Blake run into some unexpected problems.


Cafe Racer Season 3 Builders - Cafe Racer TV

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Hugh and Fumi return in season three where they help Café Racer Magazine's Mike Seate out of a jam.
Café Racer Magazine's Mike Seate and Blake Kelly have two problems: their Royal Enfield C5 Bullet tops out at 80 mph, not even close to hitting the Ton and they also have no budget to get it there. This four part series follows Seate and Kelly as they tour the northeast, battling headshake, road blocks and dropouts, in pursuit of making a modern bike with 1950s technology go 100 mph. Mike Seate Cafe Racer Magazine Phone: (440)-610-6187 Email: rockersrule@caferacermag.com


Season 4 Builders: Twinline Motorcycles - Cafe Racer TV

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Implying that they were just a bunch of hipsters from Seattle looking to make a statement on national television, Café Racer Magazine's Mike Seate said this "Franken-bike" project by Twinline Motorcycles would never work.


cafe racer magazine Archives - Cafe Racer TV

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Mike Seate
Editor, Café Racer Magazine Coordinating Producer, Café Racer TV - Mike Seate http://caferacertv.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/cafe-racer-tv.png 0 0 adminX http://caferacertv.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/cafe-racer-tv.png adminX2010-10-27 00:26:382015-07-27 03:06:35Jokers In The Pack from Week Three of Cafe Racer TV Join Our Newsletter


8 Cafe Racer Books - Inspirational Fuel | BikeBrewers.com

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- Mike Seate
Mike Seate is a well-known name in the cafe racer scene. He is the founder of "Cafe Racer Magazine" and one of the producers of Discovery's "Cafe Racer TV". Considered to be one of the most thorough book that describes the cafe racer phenomenon that goes back in the early days of the rockers subculture in the 50s and 60s, towards the modern day cafe racer scene. Mike Seate takes his readers through the social scene where the scene emerged, how it developed and which notable people were involved.


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