CAFÉ RACER AND SPECIAL builder Redmax has begun selling an in-house produced range of alloy mudguards, competition plates and other parts.

Steve Hillary from Redmax in Devon was finding it hard to find suitable short alloy guards and other parts, so has engaged a metalsmith to make the range by hand using a metal fabricating device known as an English Wheel.

The first batch of 50 short mudguards sold out and a fresh batch is in production. Alloy competition plates, long unobtainable from British manufacturers, have also been a hit with specials builders. Short guards are £50, broader rear mudguards are £99 and competition plates are £15.


Redmax also produces café racer parts such as alloy and GRP petrol tanks, seats for specials and flat trackers and alloy café racer humps.


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