Beautiful Grey CB750 Cafe-Racer by Steel Bent Customs [Photo Gallery]
The guy commissioning it wanted a black machine with tin bodywork... and by all means it looks like he got even more than he wanted, as the bike's looks are ever so refined and the revamped Honda sports a noble elegance we surely didn't expect. While most cafe-racers are designed to scream out their racey spirit, this one is more about making a style statement... and we totally love it.
One of the greatest things about this bike is the very clean and tidy design: Steel Bent left the subframe completely empty, and one can barely notice the sealed battery placed directly on the swingarm. The tidy look is enhanced even more by the 4-in-1 exhaust line ending in a Cone Engineering silencer, and the dual miniature gauges on the fork.
The low-swung handlebars and the bar-end-loaded mirror adds the finishing touch to this neat ride. The miniature front blinkers look smooth and mach the rest of the bike, and we hope they're powerful LED ones, lest they are unnoticeable in traffic.
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