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1980 Honda Cb 750 | By Cdr Motorcycles

CRD(Cafe Racer Dreams) Motorcycles is a new company based in Spain. Owner Pedro Garcia has always been an enthusiastic lover of motorsport, especially two-wheeled vehicles. He has a vast mechanical experience specializing in Japanese motorcycles of the 70s and 80s. Here we feature one of his sleek creations, the custom built Honda CB 750 kz from 1980 nicknamed "Brownie". The standout feature has to be the open space under the seat, giving the bike a minimal look and shedding a lot of visual weight. source



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KAFFEEMASCHINE MOTO GUZZI | Image

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HONDA CB360 | BY FEDERAL MOTO | Image

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