Minimalistic 1980 Honda CB750 by Steel Bent Customs

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Honda CB750 is one of the most reliable bikes every built, and therefore has become a popular choice for bike enthusiasts to customize. The latest offering from the team at Steel Bent Customs is certainly one of our personal favorites.

Originally just a run down, run of the mill 1980 Honda CB750, Steel Bent Customs did wonders on this bike while still retaining a minimalistic design. The bike has been outfitted with a 1982 Honda CB900 Super Sport fuel tank, and beautiful brushed exhaust system among a handful of other tasteful modifications and improvements. The team also did a complete rebuild on the motor to ensure a long life is ahead of this stunning cruiser.

Minimalistic 1980 Honda CB750 Bike by Steel Bent Customs (3)

Minimalistic 1980 Honda CB750 Bike by Steel Bent Customs (2)

Minimalistic 1980 Honda CB750 Bike by Steel Bent Customs (1)

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