1979 Honda CB750F transformed into a BBCR Super Sport.

This is a bike that i worked on for almost a year, and a build with many challenges that was well worth the time and money invested.

​Im not going to lie that i wasn't inspired by the Classiified Moto Superstrada cb750 that was built 2-3 years ago.

​To me blending all those parts into the old cb750 made the ultimate modern-cafe racer machine.

Here is the list of the main parts that were used on this build:

-Ducati Single Sided swingarm

-Marchesini front and rear 17'' wheels

-2014 Yamaha R6 complete front end with brakes,calipers and controls

-Custom upper triple from Cognito Moto with a built in MotoGadget mini speedo and lights.

​-MotoGadget digital M-lock ingnition

-Custom stainless exhaust with a fabricated stainless mid pipe coupled with a new Werkes muffler.

- 4 in 2 Mikuni carburetors 

-Yamaha R6 rear sets 

-fork led turn signals

Here is the list of fabrication and fabricated parts

-Front end fitting to the cb frame with new stem and bearings,new stoppers 

​-Frame powder coated and everything else painted

-Ducati swingarm and rear suspension set-up to the cb frame

​-New frame tail and fiberglass seat unit

-New seat done by Erick at Lunascustomupholstery

-Rear sets controls-shifter

​-Stainless exhaust and mid pipe

​-New paint job

-Stainless side covers

-Engine rebuild.Primed,base coated and cleared with automotive paint

​-The MotoGadget speedo sensor was moved to the rear wheel out of sight

And much more.These are the important parts and fabrication that made this bike .

Here is the video of the bike

The bike rides great as well-i moved the rear sets as much as i could to the back of the bike,to have a more sporty stance and better sitting on the bike.

I will be offering a build like this as well as the cx500 bobber as my main bikes. 

The build time on a cb750 will be 3-6 months. 

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