About

Southern Ohio’s premier group of Vintage & Cafe Racer style motorcycle enthusiasts. We are an inclusive group that enjoys all types of motorcycles.  Don’t let the name fool you, we love more than just Cafe style bikes. We believe less is more, unless you’re talking about the number of bikes in the garage. We often share resources, meetup for rides, or hang out for bike night.  We create events such as the Queen City Mods & Rockers Rally (now Motoberfest!) and the Garage Brewed Moto Show in January. As we grow, we hope to provide more resources to help grow the moto culture in our area and a fun safe environment for riding.

Join us for a ride in the sun.

Visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CincinnatiCafeRacer  and if you are a local rider, join our Locals Only group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/Cinti.cafe.racer/

Membership:

We are not a dues paying club.  We are a social club of motorcycle enthusiasts.  Dues are paid by volunteering at events and helping to create a cool local scene.   But we do have patches & tshirts!!

History:

Tim Burke - Founder

Tim Burke – Founder

The Cincinnati Cafe Racer club was founded by Tim Burke back in 2010 after he could find no good vintage or cafe oriented clubs in the area.  All that could be found locally was the typical old school bike club scene and bike nights at a local steak chain restaurant and bar. Seeking to build community around vintage bikes and custom builds, it quickly grew with help from early adopters such as Greg Bodenburg who was an early advocate.  Along the way CCR as the group is often referred to, has produced many bike nights, educational seminars, charity fund raisers and large event such as the GarageBrewed.com show.  Today, the group continues to grow and evolve as Tim steps back and lets others take more ownership of the club.  Bill DeVore is the current president with Bill Welsch and Bob Pearson as fellow admins.  

One Comment
  1. Hi,

    I run a small site called caferacerrelief.com . The point of the site is to train cafe racers to eliminate their back pain by perfecting their posture. That is accomplished through effective stretches, posturing, and exercises. The mantra we uphold is that all this is done by using the least amount of input for the most amount of output. We do not advocate changing (bastardizing) the bike in an attempt to make it comfortable, but believe in making riding more comfortable by training the rider. That way, the bike and cafe racing remains pure while making it a lot healthier for the rider.

    For the sake of full disclosure, there is a fair amount of free info on the site, but it is a for-profit site with the Guide at its core.

    We are really proud of the results and want to share it with other riders because we feel it could really help them. Please check out the site and see if you agree. If you like it, we would really appreciate having a link placed on your page or on the facebook page wall.

    Thank you for your time,

    Harrison Mullin

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