Yes, the Honda CB750 is probably the most popular base bike for a cafe racer project. This bike belonged to a friend of mine for many years, and he did the majority of the custom work to the bike. Installed new brake master cylinder with new pads on front and rear. We publish regular features on custom motorcycle builds, riding gear reviews, how to guides and event coverage from around the globe. Silodrome was founded in 2010 as a website dedicated to Gasoline Culture and all it entails - We write about modern cars, classic cars, motorcycles, racing, gear, gadgets, clothing, boats, planes, airships and the occasional submarine. He has also worked as the editor of the independent custom motorcycle magazine Tank Moto, contributed to other online publication like BikeExif and co-hosted several Australian automotive events. The bike starts and runs well. I do know the market, and I am not desperate to sell it so please be reasonable. Credit cards will be charged a 2.7% fee. Oh yes! There are 12,848 miles on the bike and still riding. Unfortunately, it's physically impossible to ride more than one bike at once, so I figure I should thin the herd a little. Many modern motorcycles have received the cafe racer treatment but the Honda CB750 remains a popular choice due to the model’s affordability, reliability, and the ease of getting conversion parts. Silodrome, Gasoline Culture, and the Piston/Blade Icon are registered trademarks. There are also a lot of extra parts for the carburetor left over that will be included. 1976 Honda Cb750F Supersport Cafe RacerIm selling because I've lost interest in this bike. Checked valve clearance, timing, and spark advancer. If you’d like to read more about this Honda or register to bid you can click here to visit the listing on Bonhams, the estimate is $7,500 to $9,000 USD. To make his Honda a reliable ride Bruce also installed a Motogadget M-Unit to manage the electrics and a Pamco Ignition system to keep it firing strong. Integrated Led tail light strip with signals. Required fields are marked *. 500$ after actions ends. *Included with the bike: Manuals for Motogadget gauge, Nissin master cylinder, and Shorai Battery. We put a new thumb lever cap on and a new petcock. GREAT BIKE REALLY POWERFUL JUST FINISH THIS BIKE 3 WEEKS AGO....ALL IS WORKING GREAT GREAT LOOK ,GREAT VIBE & GREAT MOTORCYCLE...YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE OF THIS JAPANESE LAIDY... Up for auction is my recently built 1982 Honda cb750. The remainder is due within 5 days of winning the auction. 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Features (shown): Powdercoated frame, subframe, swingarm, wheel rims and hubs, front brake caliper, and engine case Spoke wheels (stainless steel spokes) laced and trued by Frame Straight System http://www.framestraightsystem.com Fuel tank professionally cleaned and lined; fuel tank and fiberglass fenders custom painted by BD Cycles http://www.bdscycles.com/Home.html Only non-ethanol high octane gasoline usedAluminum parts professionally polished New wiring harness installed Sachse digital electronic ignition Sargent Cycle Products custom cafe seat Carpy's Cafe Racers stainless steel 4-into-1 exhaust with removable baffle and fiberglass front and rear fenders http://carpyscaferacers.com/shop/exhaust/cb750-4-into-1-exhaust-sohc Exhaust headers wrapped Progressive Suspension springs (front) and shocks (rear) New stainless steel brake lines, new hoses, and new steering head bearingsFront brake caliper re-built; new brake pads installed (1k miles), and new brake shoes installed in rear drum Metzler Lasertec front and rear tires (1k miles) Dual Hella horns Re-built, cleaned and sync'd carbs tuned for application K&N air filters New oil pumps New oil temperature and oil pressure gauges Custom front and rear turn signals Bar-end mirrorsIf you have any questions or want more photographs, please contact me. Honda engineers rolled a slew of modern features into the CB750 including unit construction, a single overhead cam, a horizontally split crankcase (to eliminate oil leaks), a front disc brake, an electric starter, and a comfortable riding position. I will be happy to help in any way I can including, giving names and numbers of companies I have used in the past, and holding the bike for up to 1 month after payment is received to allow for more time to set up shipping if needed. It’s stories like this, of total strangers helping one another all for the love of motorcycles, that reminds me why I love the custom scene so much. Honda CB750 Café Racer by BBCR Engineering, Singular Rides’ R Nine T “The Dark Knight”, Ducati 848 SBK – ‘Amore a prima vista’ French style, Birth of a new triplet; Triumph resurrects Trident. Bridgestone tires aprox 2,000 miles in great shape. Left hand side cover was cracked, previous owner did quality repair from inside, see pic. Ben has had his work featured on CNN, Popular Mechanics, Smithsonian Magazine, Road & Track Magazine, the official Pinterest blog, the official eBay Motors blog, BuzzFeed, and many more. Also installed new drag handle bars and new coil over rear shocks. I have owned this bike for 3 1/2 years. 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTSI 100 Aniversary. reserved. Honda CB750 Cafe Racers. He did his research and soon found out that the Honda CB’s are the #1 pick for building a cafe racer, especially when it’s the first project. Will reasonably cooperate with shipping company. Frame off professional resto mod approximately 3 years ago. Read more... © Silodrome 2020. all rights reserved. He was bitten by the cafe racer bug about a year ago and he decided to build one for himself. No matter how many custom Honda CBs we see when they’re done right they never fail to impress. Inside of fuel is bright and clean. There has also been an oil pressure gauge added as well as oil temp gauge at the oil tank. I am sure I didn't touch on every little detail like new bearings and hardware through out but I imagine you get the most of it and there is a walk around video plus lot's of pictures. Shifts through all gears fine. The wiring is present. Majority of work receipts available. Stock wire harness has been shortened but everything is still there everything is neatly tucked wrapped and hidden, under tank houses flasher relay, fuse panel and solenoid, under the sub frame towards front of seat mounted are the igniters and r/r. The Honda CB750 cafe racer you see here combines both of the above icons into a single machine, it’s based on a 1973 model that’s been customised into a clean example of a cafe racer. Suspension- We mounted up front forks and triple from a CBR900RR Fireblade and installed dual gas charged shocks in the rear. I have been storing the bike in my shop for the last couple of years. I simply did everything myself”. (paint and prep on tank is good but not perfect) The Bonneville Shop 7" carbon head light bucket added a Halogen lamp that has built in leds wired as front indicators. With the new shock mounts and forks, the bike now has killer stance. Engine roars and she is stripped down, so she is fast and mean (no mirrors, no speedo or tach, etc.). Look them up, they don't mess around.Garaged 24/7.Title is clean and in hand. Seller has bike posted on other sites and reserves the right to sell at any time through other sources. It is all that. automobile paint. I could write a book on the efforts to make a bike like this but will just hit the main things: Engine is stock with exception of CB900f camshafts new valve cover gasket, timing/valves adjusted, engine covers polished new gaskets for covers as well as Alloy Bolts hardware. Was last plated in 2005 and was running good at that time. New NGK racing spark plug wires. Required fields are marked *. Also fabricated gas tank and front finder. Nothing says Rocker like an old cafe racer, the right paint and parts, proper seat, suspension tweaks and engine tuning, all for the purpose of joining the Ton-Up club and looking good while doing it! 1981 Honda CB750 Custom Cafe Racer For Sale! Today’s Honda CB750 cafe racer was built by Bruce Farell, a fellow citizen of our hometown of Melbourne. By Paul Crowe. Our newsletter delivers all the Cafe Racer news, rumors, deals and events directly to you each week.