Honda CB550 Custom Motorcycle by Braam Nel

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

All of us have ways of escaping our mundane, day to day activities, and Braam Nel did this by building himself the custom cafe racer of his dreams in this Honda CB550 motorcycle.

South Africa is not known for their custom bike scene, but when Braam saw some of the bikes customized by Wrenchmonkees, specifically their Honda CX 500, he knew it was time for him to get into the game.  Seeing that he’s a professional accountant by profession, Nel sought after help from motorcycle professionals, and after that didn’t end well, he went to work on the bike by himself. The end result for this custom Honda  CB550 motorcycle is quite impressive to say the least. Our hats off to you Braam.

Honda CB550 Custom Motorcycle by Braam Nel (2)

Honda CB550 Custom Motorcycle by Braam Nel (1)

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