MotoHangar CB550 Cafe Racer
As you can imagine I spend a lot of time staring at photos of custom motorcycles. I don't know if it's because of my past life as a graphic designer or because I have some sort of OCD, but to me a balanced build wins over a clean build any day. Not…
The ’77 Honda MH550J CB550 was built for Moto Hangar customer Sean who was undoubtedly pleased with the outcome. Custom fabricated components include the one off tail end and saddle, the muffler (and it’s internal baffling) and the custom battery box tucked away under the swingarm. The headlight is a vintage fog lamp converted to take a H4 bulb, mounted with custom made brackets that position it snug between the lowered front end. Clip on bars, braided steel lines and leather wrapped grips dress up the front end and all the wiring has been tucked awayunder the tail hump.
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