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1969 Honda CB350

1969 Honda CB350 by Roc City

The terms ‘hand crafted’ and ‘bespoke’ get thrown around a lot these days—but in the case of this wonderfully understated 1969 Honda CB350, they’re particularly apt. Virtually every part you see here has been hand made by Sean Pelletier of Roc City Cafe Racers. At Roc City, Pelletier’s primary focus is fabricating café parts for…

Honda CB350 custom

1973 Honda CB350 custom

Not all new wave customs are fair weather bikes. This long, low Honda CB350 K4 comes from inside the Arctic Circle—or, to be more precise, from the small city of Rovaniemi in Lapland, northern Finland. The average annual temperature is a smidge above zero °C, and there’s snow on the ground for 175 days a…

Analog Honda CB350

I’ve always imagined that the frontman of a metal band would ride something like a V-Rod with open pipes. But Mike Hranica of Devil Wears…

Bexton Moto Honda CB350

Most custom CBs hark back to the traditional café racer look, but this clean-as-a-whistle CB350 is a sweet mix of classic styling and more modern…

Honda CB350 cafe racer

Zach O’Brien got his 1971 CB350 for just $400, running and titled. He’s built several bikes, but this one is a favorite: his wife, daughter…