The English custom-shop Old Empire Motorcycles (OEM), has had time to establish itself as a professional workshop, just finished work on a new project, assembled on the basis of an old motorcycle Honda CB 250. OEM describe their custom as a mix of café racer and a bobber , and dubbed them his «Vulcan» after «Avro Vulcan» British aircraft.
In operation, the motorcycle lost almost all runoff components except the wheels, engine, frame and fuel tank. To convert the front of the motorcycle guys used the inverted fork from Aprilia RS125, and the factory wheels were painted with powder paint and change the shoes in rubber Avon Mk2s. CB250 now has a more aggressive landing, which emphasizes small-tail cafe racer made in such a way that it corresponds to the front triangular headlamp. On the upper beam has been installed a new speedometer Smiths with a pair of LEDs. Handles and footrests are wrap leather and rubber straps.
After replacing all the wiring battery was placed in a leather suitcase and replaced shock absorbers and stop signals and turns. Finally, the seat was made of worn leather Chesterfield sofa style that looks pretty comfortable and matched the London gentleman.
CB250 engine was equipped with new filters K & N, and the exhaust system, or rather tubes wrapped heat-resistant tape. At the end of the bike was painted black with the effect of haze.