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My three favorite bikes of all time. ‘74 Honda Elsinore, SOHC CB 750 and H1 Kawasaki. I hope you see a little of each in my ‘76 CR 750 Nelsonore.
Thanks, Gary Nelson
I do Gary, but I wonder if everyone else does?
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“Notlob” recently won February Bike of the Month on the Do The Ton Forum. Build thread here
Notlob is happy to use the Cafe Racer Dreams CB750 (below) as a template.
He says “Hopefully CRD wont be offended by my blattent plaggerising and consider that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” (sic)
What do you reckon, CRD would be flattered surely?
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I love Cafe Racers with fairings.
Found this great CB750 on Ruleshaker Facebook page. I’m guessing it’s one of their builds.
This one goes in the inspiration folder…
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Ratty Honda CB750 Street Tracker by Doinker
More pics on 8negro
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Honda CB750 Cafe Racer with an amazing amount of fabrication gone into it. To really appreciate this build go to the builders website.
Thanks for the tip Inazuma Cafe
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When I posted a single pic of this bike a couple of weeks ago, I asked if anyone knew anymore about it. Of course somebody did and they posted the link to the build thread on Do The Ton.
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Custom CB750 with a CX500 tank = GORGEOUS
[saves into inspiration bank for later]
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Sweden has given the world Vikings, the Nobel Prize , Tetra Pak, Anders Celsius, Glaciers, ABBA, Greta Garbo, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Volvo’s, Björn Borg, melodic death metal and flat pac furniture
You can add another Swede master to that impressive list.
This clean custom Honda CB750 Cafe Racer was built by the obviously extremely talented Rewheeled Cycles from Sweden. Super impressive as it’s the first bike out of their garage.
What I really like is the rear hugger. This is something that I wish more people would do, especially in Australia where the law says you have to have a rear fender at 45 degrees. This is a great solution that doesn’t detract from the look of the bike at all.
Anyway that’s enough from me, I’ve got a bookcase to put together…
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