1974 Honda CL360 By Cowboy’s Chopper

Dec 28, 2018

Category: Rides

A number of foreign motorcycle builders have been making quite the name for themselves over the past year, with some of our favorite aftermarket projects being produced in eastern countries. Taipei-based motorcycle shop, Cowboy’s Chopper, is no stranger to the spotlight, and their newest project, the 1974 Honda CL360, is shaping up to be one of their best offerings yet.

This red and chrome beast is a far cry from the original CL360 that served as the donor bike for the project, introducing a slew of aesthetic and design-oriented upgrades to the 350cc OHC air-cooled parallel twin that set the cycle apart from similar builds. A shortened fork and handlebar setup pair well with the bike’s recessed headlight, custom leather seat and subframe, and extra large tires to give the street-style tracker an intimidating stance — privy to any kind of all-terrain punishment. Custom machined peripherals blend seamlessly with the bike’s pearl red color scheme and handwritten detailing — a testament to the passionate craftsmanship that’s become entirely commonplace with the crew at Cowboy’s Chopper.

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