Custom Honda CB750 Scrambler by Left Hand Cycles

Apr 15, 2013

Category: Rides

Typically known for their work on bikes from the 1960s and 1970s, Rich and Lex from the Netherlands based Left Hand Cycles decided to take a stab at this 1982 Honda CB750.

Although it wasn’t the direct the goal, the team ended up creating a military inspired scrambler that will surely turn some heads. The army green tank paired with black accents and brown quilted leather seat are the perfect aesthetic combination, while the thick rubber Hedenau K60 tires are perfect for handling the rough terrain of the back roads.  If you have a knack for loud bikes, then you will love the sound these black straight pipes put out when you get on the throttle.

Military Inspired Honda CB750 Scrambler by Left Hand Cycles (4)

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