Honda CB 750 Cafe Racer by Classified Moto

Aug 17, 2015

Category: Rides

Since their inception in 2011, Classified Moto has been putting their own unique spin on vintage motorcycles. Their latest “Classified” cycle takes its inspiration from a vintage spacecraft.

It’s a Honda CB 750 Cafe Racer at its core, and it took four years to complete. The bike sports a design that was inspired by NASA, as the bike’s designer, John Ryland, used old Apollo mission stuff to draw his inspiration from. It has a vintage brown leather seat, an off-white frame, and accents of copper and silver. It uses the front-end of a YZF-R6 R instead of the typical Honda one, as well as a single-sided swingarm from a Triumph Sprint ST. Also notable is its one-piece intake that has replaced the stock airbox.

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