Honda CX500 by Nozem Amsterdam

Apr 30, 2014

Category: Rides, Showcase

With the popularity of cafe racers at an all time high, we’ve been seeing new shops pop on a regular basis, and we’re not complaining. The Amsterdam-based team at Nozem Amsterdam has taken their first stab at a custom build in this Honda CX500 Caferacer – and boy is it beautiful.

The bike is a rolling work of art. Sporting a subtle army green inspired paint job contrasted with a yellow headlight, and finished off with a set of 5-spoke black wheels, this thing is most definitely a head turner.  Nozem was responsible for every part of the build aside from the seat upholstery and the powder coating. While this is the team’s first build, they’ve already stated that they are currently working on a Yamaha XS400 and BMW R100RT. We can’t wait to see what’s next.

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