Wrenchmonkees Honda CB750

Honda CB750 cafe racer by WrenchmonkeesWe’ve only just finished salivating over the Wrenchmonkees‘ 1976 BMW R80. And now the boys from Copenhagen have come up with a Japanese cafe racer that’s just as good. The new bike is called Gorilla Punch, and it’s based on the classic air-cooled, inline four Honda CB750. There are more delectable images on the Wrenchmonkees website, or you can see the motorcycle in the metal at Kunst Industri Museet, the Danish Museum of Art & Design. The price on the sticker? Cheaper than a run-of-the-mill US chopper: $30,000.

  • Phoebe

    It’s truly a beautiful motorcycle. I love it =)

  • http://dailyrider.blogspot.com/ Lumpycam

    Dig those tires!

  • Kyle

    is that a custom tank? sweet bike, I want it!

  • Natalia

    I hate to rain on this parade, but that seat looks like it’d have you walking like John Wayne in about ten km.

  • http://www.flickr.com Tex

    The wheels and tyres are awful. The rest of it’s nice though.

  • Skylar

    Nah, wheel & tire project makes it stand out just that much more. Spokes & radials are what everybody else run.

    Seat is minimal, drops the rider low onto the bike, exactly how I did mine.

    This bike is not worth $30,000 no matter what currency you trade in, but the WM crew pumps out marvelous creations everytime.

  • Jeff

    $35,000? Are you freakin’ kidding me? Half that would be pushing it, but THIRTY FIVE?!? I’d rather have a BMW 3 series CAR.

  • ushka

    the bike is clean and beautiful, price seems a bit high , i agree. what stands out are the grips, handlebars, and tires and discs, hardly worth the high price.

    have to bring this up, why do many of current builders insist on going for the no front fender look. i must agree that it looks great but as rider it is highly impractical. any sign of puddle or rain and your face is drenched.. as a rider of one of these non- fendered bikes i had no choice but to add one.

  • thomas adcock

    The price is extremely high for something that has more looks than practicality. Though this bike looks sleek and unique, they seem to have let form slightly rule over functionality. With the absence of the front fender and a seat that looks like a rougher ride than straddling a rock, it’s as if they took step back in time, not only aesthetically but in practicalities sense. By turning in the opposite direction of the look of conventional motorcycles of today they seem to forgotten the process of time and user testing that has been implemented in the last century.

  • Jale

    Holy shit what whining. These gyus do what I can only dream of. They had a Vision, means to do it and they get to put a price tag of their own liking.