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Email: r***@***.com
Local Address:  United States
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...   more

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By Mike ..., 20 Nov 2015 [cached]
By Mike Seate
Mike Seate Editor, Café Racer Magazine Coordinating Producer, Café Racer TV
Cafe Racer TV « Dime City Diatribe, 23 Sept 2013 [cached]
Café Racer Magazine editor, Mike Seate, says "the custom bike shows are a chance to witness firsthand the emerging trends and high-performance technology that make today's café racer movement so exciting.
The tune that follows is transcending, as if your twisting through the  Isle and Mike the Bike is racing right beside you.
Mike Seate Hardback, 160pp, ..., 11 Oct 2013 [cached]
Mike Seate Hardback, 160pp, Published 2010 Mike Seate founder of Café Racer magazine has collated an excellent overview of the Café Racer motorcycle as a genre.
DCC News! « Dime City Diatribe, 5 June 2015 [cached]
There will be plenty to see as hosts master builder Bryan Fuller and motorcycle journalist Mike Seate traverse the planet to provide an insider's look into the craft and culture of motorcycles.
In each episode, Bryan and Mike discover top builders from all over the world, join them in stripping down bikes to bare metal and then highlight their transformation into fast and stylish, race-ready machines.
Add Master Builder (of cars and bikes) Bryan Fuller, who plays nicely, but differs greatly in his opinions from returning host Mike Seate, pressure packed builds with demanding clients, difficult deadlines, and world class test riders and I am confident we will see another five seasons of TV's coolest and fastest sixty-minute ride!"
Friday, February 1, 2002, 1 May 2003 [cached]
Text accompanying each motorcycle was written by motorcycling journalist Mike Seate, author of the new book "Choppers".
"Sturgis, the Photography of Michael Lichter" which includes more than fifty limited edition photographs, most of which have never been on display before, will hang on the gallery walls.Michael is well known for his photography of Harley-Davidsons and the biker lifestyle, which he has been his focus for 25 years.The images in this show date back to 1979 and are from his new book of the same title published by Motorbooks International.As a group, these photographs demonstrate through Michael's vision how the rally has changed over this period of time as well as how life in America has changed.Michael wrote in his book how "after more than twenty years of participating in and photographing the rally, I have seen it change just as I have seen myself change.
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