1973 Honda CB350F Cafe Racer

This Honda CB350 started as a stock bike, and Adam wanted the challenge of building a custom cafe racer. After we got ahold of it, the following was added/changed/fabricated: shaved top tree, clip-on handlebars, custom mounted mini gauges, new fork brace, mini bullet LED turn signals front and rear, handmade stainless steel exhausts, relocated footpeg mounts, Dime City Cycles pegs, under the seat area was stripped, the parts were relocated to under the seat, frame detabbed and smoothed, center stand removed, rear frame chopped, tube was bent for the rear, rear tube was welded to the frame, handmade steel racer pod, handmade steel seat pan, which houses the electrics and gel battery, rewired with new hand controls, engine covers polished, wheels stripped, rims powder coated, hubs polished, wheels relaced with stainless spokes, painted with House of Kolor black, and leather seat pad custom made.

Several of the blogs also document the progress:
Honda CB350F cafe racer, CB350 wiring

 

This bike has also been featured on a number of external blogs:
Coker Tire
Inazuma Caferacer
Wind-blown

And in the latest Coker Tire catalog:

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