Honda CB450DX Tracker by Motobike Badajoz [Photo Gallery]
Built on a rather small budget, this CB is more of a styling exercise, so the list of aftermarket and performance parts is really short. The engine and all parts have received a solid overhauling and black engine paint, and the old Honda is now in exceptional running condition for proper street prowling.
The most notable changes are by all means, the absence of the airbox, now replaced with high-flow conical air filters installed directly on the carburetors and the chopped rear subframe. The rear end of the bike is now very slender and is now hold a custom reworked seat in a flattracker/scrambler fashion.
Thick padding was added under the diamond-pattern stitching and an elegant, if minimalist piping adorns it. The high and supple MX-style bars receive white retro grips, while the single gauge is also installed on the fork.
Despite the scrambler-ish looks, the exhausts remained low, leaving plenty of space for the frame and rear suspension to show off. Not sure everybody likes such a rather tall bike with a side ignition slot, but for a tall rider, this is no problem. A premium paint job and this CB450DX is a wonderful business card for Motobike Badajoz. Via The Bike Shed.
❐ Check out the Honda CB450DX by Motobike Badajoz photo gallery