Sofi has been featured on the MotoLady website many times in the past, and it’s no wonder why. She’s an inspiring woman with an infectious smile and a ton of talent. Between building bikes and being generally awesome, she managed to take some time away for an interview.
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This weekend in Dallas, TX, the awe-inspiring Sofi Tsingos unveiled the cafe racer build that she’s raffling off for charity at the Gas Monkey Bar n Grill. Sofi started GT Cafe for Cause to build a bike with her dad who was diagnosed with cancer- her plan is to give all proceeds to cancer research. A noble cause, a beautiful bike, and a wonderful woman. How can you go wrong? Above, Sofi mans the mic, elaborating on the 1972 Honda CB450 custom cafe racer and details of the build. First three photographs by… Continue Reading »
Sofi Tsingos putting the motor in the frame of her cafe racer build for charity! If you haven’t checked out Sofi’s GT Cafe for Cause, you’re missing out. Photo by Brandon LaJoie. [ more of Sofi on motolady ]
Pandora and I were unable to make it to the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas on April 11th and 12th this year. The event is snuggled up to MotoGP and features the Wall of Death, a full bar, and works of Shinya Kimura, Walt Siegl, Revival Cycles, Boyle Custom Moto, and one of my favorite motoladies Sofi Tsingos plus a ton of other talented folks. Sofi and Brandon LaJoie of GT Moto (website) helped out with some awesome photos and words on the event. “First, I would like to say how mind… Continue Reading »
Sofi Tsingos doing the pre-flight safety check on her self built CB cafe racer at a trackday, photo by Brandon LaJoie. Check out Sofi’s new website, GT Cafe for Cause. [ more photos of Sofi Tsingos | more cafe racer ]
Sofi Tsingos has launched the website for her awesome project, GT Cafe for Cause! After her father George was diagnosed with Cancer she started this project to help keep his mind off the battle. I invited her to write a guest article. “…I decided to build a bike, raffle it off and donate the money to those who work tirelessly to help cancer patients continue to stand strong, to continue to smile.” Throughout my life, as it is with just about anyone anymore, cancer has affected people I care deeply for. Whenever… Continue Reading »