Honda Nighthawk Custom by Classified Moto

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Classified Moto is a shop we’ve become quite familiar with over the years. It looks like the brand has every intention of extending their reach into the new year opening a brand new shop in Richmond, Virginia, and unveiling their latest project, the Honda Nighthawk.

The same shop that recently built Norman Reedus’ Yamaha motorcycle (yeah The Walking Dead star) is back at it, this time tweaking a 1992 Honda CB750. The vehicle has been upgraded with 2008 Yamaha YZF-R6R front end, Roy Baird seat, gold forks, Ducati Multistrada swing arm, and a whole lot more. When it comes to aesthetics, the brand kept their signature look finished off with a nickel-plated fuel tank and blacked out wheels.  [Via]

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