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What's the difference of some bike styles?

As written somewhere else, i can't remember' where, i'm (for now) working just on the Honda CG125 or the CB 250 G models. They look already great, and with some modifications, they get the ultimate super cool look.
Second i have different spare parts in stock and i can deliver the parts, if needed, very fast.
In our region customers look mostly for Cafe Racer or Brat style bikes.
But what's the difference?

To get a clou what's behind the names like Cafe Racer, Brat or Tracker, here a short explanation.

Café Racer:
Is stripped down to achieve a super light weight, the single seat with the cowl is a must, mostly a very low handle bar or clip ons are the real thing.

Brat:
This Bike is very similar to the Cafe Racer, but with a flat(!) banana seat. It has a rougher look because of the blacked out parts and some have wrapped pipes.


Scrambler:

The most significant things on a scrambler are the upswept or higher pipes, braced bars, rough tires, and high fenders for off-roading

Tracker:
You will notice the plastic tank, the plastic fenders and some other plastic parts to achieve a light weight.
It's a street legal track bike

Bobber:
Are chopped and stripped down to achieve a light weight bike. The rear fender is shortened (bobbed) and the front fender is missing. They have always a solo saddle.

Chopper:
As the word says, they are chopped , have a rigid frame and extended forks, mostly a peanut tank, can have a sissy bar and an ape hanger.

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