Here’s a very interesting cafe build, and right in my backyard of Portland, Oregon. Aside from the lovely execution of this machine, it’s also pretty special being built on a Yamaha SRX-600, which is quite rare in it’s own right. In fact they were only made for one year and sport only single single; albiet a 600cc thumper!

quote from the seller:

Completely rebuilt motor with only 400 miles on it.
Powder coated frame, swingarm, and wheels
Polished engine cases
Titanium valve spring retainers and stiffer valve springs
Hardened valve rockers
Overbored 1mm with New Wiseco Piston
Oem Yamaha Genuine head and cylinder base gaskets used
Extra white brothers copper head gasket nos in packaging
New bearings and gaskets throughout the whole motor down to the crank
New wheel bearings
New throttle cables
New Speedometer cable
Custom solo race style seat
Custom red paint
Custom stainless braided oil lines
White brothers header and supertrapp muffler
New mini-turn signals aluminum and clear
New throttle cables
New grips
New bar end mirrors (as seen in the first pic, not the napoleon in the other pics)
New lightweight battery
Unifilter pod air filters
New DID X-ring gold chain and new sprockets. -1 in the front.
Has ohlins rear shocks. they came off of a race bike so they’re not the prettiest but they work great. very hard to find these for this bike.

Tuned on a dyno at RPM (ron’s performance motorcycles in clackamas), runs awesome with no drops/surges in the throttle range

comes with an extra set of stock srx wheels, Yamaha Service manual, some gaskets, fork seals, set of used but good front brake disks, new brake pads, clip ons, stock bar ends, cables, and misc.

You can read more about the interesting 86 SRX-600 on Superbike Planet.

As of this writing, this sweet little machine is only getting $1025 with 7 bids and over 5 days to go. We had one recently on our sister site, Rare Sport Bikes For Sale for $2950. That one was very low miles, so I think we can expect this one to be in the low $2000′s or less by the time it’s done. That’s a very cool ride with a lot of real work in it for not very much cash in my opinion.

Here’s a video of the bike for sale in action:

Thanks for the heads up Mike!