Few things resonate with motorcycle riders greater than nostalgia. From vintage rides to reminiscing about that cross-country trek on their prized bone-shaker, bikers have a knack for storytelling. It’s that very nostalgia that motivated the Richmond, Virginia-based Classified Moto to commission a cafe table like no other.
Built from recycled Japanese moto components from the 70s and 80s, each table proudly stands 36 inches high and 34 inches wide. The wooden top is covered in brushed copper, finished with a punched steel bezel that exposes the copper on the sides. Legs of each table are brushed chrome fork tubes that support a trio of springs and shock absorbers attached beneath the wooden table top. Transmission gears act as the feet rounding out this no-wobble design. All parts that make up each table come from actual bikes that spent thousands of miles trekking across America’s highways, each carrying a unique story behind them. Tables are currently sold out but they become available every so often with a price of $1,500. [Purchase]