Custom Honda CB750
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The Honda CB750 is a very classic bike to modify, and it’s one of the more popular ones as well – they come in all sorts of styles. This one was......
The Honda CB750 is a very classic bike to modify, and it’s one of the more popular ones as well – they come in all sorts of styles. This one was fairly naked and stripped back.
The rear of the frame was modified to take the new seat, which has been custom upholstered. The taillight has been integrated into the unit, which adds to the supremely clean and neat rear-end.
Not a dollar has been spared in fitting the Japanese machine with the highest of quality components. The bike is littered with componentry from MotoGadget and Cognito Moto, such as the M.Unit, M.Lock, speedo, indicators and mirrors, as well as the Cognito gold wheel set, triple-clamps and rearset brackets.
The triple-clamp is from Cognito Moto, which was machined to house the Motogadget speedo.
The wheels are from Cognito Moto, and the rear has a disc brake conversion. We used Brembo brakes, which came off a Ducati and were then modified to fit.
Up front, a beefy Suzuki GSXR front-end has replaced the original set of forks, and an off the shelf LED headlight has completed the look with modified brackets to mount it as close as possible. CNC-machined levers compliment the clip-on bars and simplicity of the cockpit.
Some of the final touches on this CB750 include Ohlins shocks, Tarozzi rearsets, a shortened front fender with custom brackets and Rogue-labelled DNA pod filters, while the exhaust has been nicely finished with a ceramic coating and Lossa Engineering muffler.
The overall result is a clean and minimal build that also boasts a very tough and muscular aesthetic.