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The annals of motorcycling history are filled with ‘tweeners’—motorcycles that improved upon outgoing models, but eventually fizzled out to make way for the next generation. Just like the Honda CBX 750 F. The CBX 750 F was an update on the beloved (and indeed iconic) CB750, but it wasn't nearly as popular, and wasn't really sold in the US either. It was pretty cool in its own way though, with a 'modern' DOHC 16-valve motor and radical sport touring styling that, like most things from the…

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The vintage Honda CB motorcycles are a popular choice for building a cafe racer. Check out this selection of the 10 best custom Honda CB Cafe Racers!

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From being a basket case to smashing on a workshop floor this Honda CB750 cafe racer has some stories to tell. Here's how Andy Megerle resurrected his Honda

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For all the attention the craziest new builds receive, the ones displayed at bike shows on spinning podiums, there is

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If you’ve spent any time in Spain, you’ll have noticed the hordes of small-capacity bikes and scooters that swarm the streets. Ridden with verve—and in some cases, abandon—they’re a noisy affirmation of the Iberian love affair with motorcycles. In the western world, most custom motorcycles are bought (or built) by older riders—those who are accustomed to larger bikes, and have the bank accounts to match. But in Spain, cash is in short supply: the unemployment rate is an astounding 27%. So…

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Another awesome Honda CX500 Brat/cafe built by Ironwood Custom Motorcycles from Holland. Check out this radical custom CX500 brat!

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'Perfectly insane about motorcycles' is how friends and colleagues describe Nazar ‘Gazzz’ Poznyakovsky of Gazzz Garage in Kyiv, Ukraine. “I combine engineering and artistry,” says Nazar. “I work out everything from general plans to the smallest details from both engineering and artistic points of view.” With that much control over every step of the process, Nazar has a reputation as a detail-obsessed майстер на всі руки (Jack-of-all-trades). And he'll stop at nothing to execute his vision…

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