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How to build a café bike the show

If you interested in how an award winning builder builds a café bike your in the right place. Join us as we turn barn find motocycles into stunning street machines.  This web site and our face book page (build a café bike) will give you a behind the scenes look at the show and allow you to interact with us.

 

Meet the Team

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John Staud

Show Host

John has been immersed in all things motorcycle from an early age.   While recalling his early motorcycles, John said " When your a young kid with limited funds you have to build and fix your own project bikes. You learn a lot disassembling and repairing tired old bikes".

Many years and bikes later he opened Staud Cycles in Fairfield Ohio.  His passion still burns to turn a raw frame into a show stopper, and his trophy case backs that up.  He is truly a talented builder.

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James Rollo

Executive Producer

James Rollo became a gearhead at an early age working on lawnmower engines and building go-carts .

When his father brought home an old Cushman scooter he became a life long motorcycle enthusiast.

Over the past 25 years he has worked as a photographer and filmmaker in the advertising, editorial and entertainment industries.

He is also the owner of Rocker Box Productions LLC.

 

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Bryan Kruse

Co-host

Bryan's interest in mechanical things began in his late teens while helping his grandfather work on the family cars.  He say's while he is more enthusiast than expert when it comes to motorcycles he hopes to bring that everyday garage guy vibe to the show.

He may look familiar to some viewers as he has appeared in several independent films.

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