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Not a massive fan of the recent Steel Bent builds but I really like this Honda CB550.
A lot more pictures here
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Saw this on Silodrome this week and thought I’d reblog it as we are basically finished the CB550 we’ve been working on for ages. Always interesting to see what others do with the same bike.
^The number plate position, whats the point?
Check out the builders facebook page for all the build pics GoingsMoto Design
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Everybody knows I like the Brat style bikes probably more than the other styles I choose to feature on our blog. So when Justin put a link to his Brat CB550 on our Facebook page, I got a little bit excited, Pointer Sisters excited.
“I found this Honda CB550 in a shed all busted and left for dead, I was so excited as I have been looking for this bike for a long time. Perfect platform for me to fix up and custom.
I found her in a rusty old shed, the owner said he put her into the shed and never took her out in five years. She had a lot of work but at least all the original Parts are there. Due to two bent valves I had to redo the motor.
This being my first bike restoration. I needed some help from a few buds. But in the end it came together and I’m loving her. I love riding her to work and back.”
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“Bernadette” a Honda CB550 Cafe Racer by Heartbreak Cycleworks.
Carbon fibre, yes thank you.
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“Anna” after her first ride.
Heartbreak Cycleworks hybrid cb550/650.
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We’ve been working on Al’s CB550 for ages and finally got it going just in time for the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride in Perth.
Stay tuned for pics of a very special bike…and a very thpethal man…
Pic kindly provided by EICHKAY
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If someone said to you they wanted to make a bike seat out of wood, you’d probably say “Oh, that’s nice” while slowly stepping away.
Mike, who works out of the Brooklyn MotoPreserve shared garage (man, I’ve got to set one of these up in Perth) is pretty handy with wood so when he wanted to build his first custom, he used his wood working skills to make a sweet seat.
Make the jump to the MotoPreserve blog for all the details.
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Scott the photographer who did the studio shots of our bikes last year has just bought a Honda CB550 and is getting it customised by our mates over at Hand Made Vintage Kustoms. What do you think, what would you do different?
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Luke Inazuma wants to turn his newly purchased CB550 into a Cafe Racer. What do you think of his concept drawings?
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