1969 Honda CB750 K0

1969 Honda CB750 K0
We’ve always been fans of the Honda CB series, especially CB cafe racer conversions. But this transformation of a 1969 CB750 into a vintage race replica takes our breath away. The job was done by World Motorcycles of San Bruno, California, a company that specializes in the restoration of ‘sandcast’ Honda CB750s. (The first 7,000 CB750s that rolled off the production line in 1969 had ‘grainy’ engine cases cast in sand.) Read the story of the build on Motorcyclist Online, or jump straight to the delectable photo gallery.

  • Phoebe

    That’s a really sharp CR750 lookalike.

    I love all the bikes you post here. Keep it up!