Bare Bone Rides Custom 1979 Honda CB750 Cafe Racer Build (Fired-up and Running)

The boyz at BBR (Bare Bone Rides, Inc.) finished this build back in November of 2011. It started off as a CB750 that we picked-up at an Insurance Auction. Solid motor and no frame damage - just needed a new tank and new handle bars ... a perfect platform for a custom Cafe Racer style build! Check out more photos, some history and the trophy this bike took at a recent show at www.barebonerides.com or on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/barebonerides. Thanks for looking folks - we definitely appreciate your time ... and your feedback! The current owner purchased her from us via ebay ... and he is local so we see this bike a lot in the neighborhood - he still can't wipe that grin off his face every time we see him!!!

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