Today’s DIY wednesday is all about seats. We’ll walk you through building a fiberglass base and carving up the foam. We decided to go with kind of a brat style seat because there are plenty of tutorials out there on how to make a traditional cafe seat. You could slim the foam down even more if you want some crazy bratitude.
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After building an awesome CL350 Cafe Racer, the owner of this gorgeous CL, Woody, wanted to build something with a different flavor. Using dirt-tracker’s and flat-trackers from the 1970′s for inspiration, Woody achieved a classic, faux-distressed look that makes layman wonder if Honda made it that way originally. The custom seat was built with 16ga sheet metal and then upholstered by Scott Downy Upholstery in Wichita, Kansas. The bike features internally lowered front forks as well as shorter rear shocks for an overall drop of 2″.