DRZ400 Retro Bike and Cafe Racer...

Hey... take a look at the really cool DRZ400 retro bikes in this video... :thumbsup:

I was looking at the specs and CCM offers optional 436cc and 499cc engine upgrades. Here's some more of their DRZ400 engined bikes.

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Greg

I really like the first one... dirt track here I come...

So do I, man...:thumbsup:

...it's right down to the bare essentials.:eek:

Dry weight: 269lbs.

Wheelbase 52.3 inches

Seat Height 31.5 inches

Take Care,

Greg

wow. that first one has got me by the........

I love the cafe' bike.

If only.......:thumbsup:

I need a bigger garage. I like the chrome tanks.

drcool

looks super cool, but I have to wonder how that runs with the airbox dropped for the K&N filter. Single cylinder engines really like to have a well-sized airbox for the carb to work at it's best.

That #8 bike is the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. I'm lusting. Can these be had in the states?

I need a bigger garage. I like the chrome tanks.

drcool

Polished aluminum ..... please!!!! If you're old enough to remember them the first time around!

Dan

yeah i was at CCM's site last night and did a double take when i realized that these were all using the DRZ motor!:thumbsup:

I love the designs, the enduro with the naked radiators works for me, maybe some bigger guards around them, something that matches the chrome chicken wire on the headlight or just black and functional.

too bad they don't make the trip stateside.:eek:

I just emailed them to find out what that snug little front fender would cost just for starters. It's specifically made for upside down forks, and should fit like a dream. I also like that retro round cage headlight, which also looks like it would simply bolt on... and I wouldn't mind one of their low flattracking headpipes to put on a short megaphone and Supertrapp disks.:thumbsup:

Man, these people could make a fortune selling their unique retro conversion parts.:eek:

I'll let everyone know what they say...

Greg

You should check out the NEW FT710cc!! Now thats cool!!

Regards

Russ Clews.

Someone posted a pic or two of the CCM flattracker awhile back. But I had not seen the others. Anyway, I'll take the flatracker!!!!!

Retro looks with modern hardware is COOL. Ford finally figured this out with the new Mustangs, and now GM and Chrysler are bringing out some old muscle look with new guts.

Russell Clews. Related to Alan Clews? If so your family has built some amazing bikes over the years. There was a couple CCMs I would see from time to time racing in Souther California in the 70s. Nothing like the sound of those B50 CCM motors with open pipes.

You should check out the NEW FT710cc!! Now thats cool!!

Regards

Russ Clews.

Hello Russel, welcome.gif

Do you happen to have any pictures of the FT710cc that you could share? I searched and was only able to find one brief written reference to it on a racing update.

Thanks man,:thumbsup:

By the way...

Had you considered exploring the possibility of selling some of your really cool retro parts in the US as DRZ400 aftermarket conversion items? You could put up a few samples for sale on ebay just to test for a market response. It would be a minimal financial committment on your part to find out if it would be worth your while.

Greg

is this what you were after greg?ft710large.png

Hey thanks Ricky... :thumbsup:

Do you know what engine that is?

Looks way bigger than the 400.

Take Care,

Greg

Hey thanks Ricky... :thumbsup:

Do you know what engine that is?

Looks way bigger than the 400.

Take Care,

Greg

Looks an awful lot like the Suzuki DR650 power plant to me... I know of at least one big bore kit available for it so a 710 isn't out of the question...

oooh... I want that front fender. :D

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(edit) ...just got a price quote from CCM on that front fender including shipping:

~$467.49~

... almost the cost of an FCR. :eek::thumbsup:

Greg

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