This 1976 Honda CB400F Super Sport underwent a cafe racer transformation, showcasing a sleek makeover. It boasts a fiberglass tail section, a modified rear frame, a Clubman-style handlebar equipped with short levers, compact micro gauges, and RFY progressive rear shocks.
The bike exudes a striking aesthetic, coated in a black finish with delicate light blue metal flake accents complemented by wire-spoke 18″ wheels with black-painted rims. Its powertrain comprises a 466cc inline-four engine mated to a six-speed transmission.
Notable features include a four-into-one exhaust system outfitted with a Vance & Hines muffler, a front disc brake, electronic ignition, modern LED lighting, a quartet of Keihin carburetors accompanied by pod air filters, and a convenient side stand.