I found this 1973 Honda CB350 for sale in Virginia. It sounds like the owner did all of the work himself to make into a cafe racer. It looks really nice. There’s always more you can do to a bike, but this thing looks pretty much done. I’d have a hard time paying $2,500 for …
Located in Vienna, Virginia, MotoHangar is building some impressive bikes. The most recent custom motorcycles posted on the website is a 1974 Honda CB550. I love it. It’s a beautiful bike.
Great bike to cafe for sale in New Hampshire. It’s a 1973 Honda CB350. The seller is asking $2,000.
Pipeburn has the story on this 1974 Honda CL360 customized by Modern Metals. I can safely say that I like the bike, but I would have done a few things differently. I don’t like the gold frame, I think it looks gaudy. And I’m not a fan of the tank paint job. With the frame …
I love this bike. It looks like you can just hop on it and ride off. I wouldn’t change anything on it. Check it out on Craigslist. This bike is located in Los Angeles.
I found this on Craigslist. It’s two Honda CB350s. One supposedly ran a year ago and the other is an incomplete parts bike. I wouldn’t be into these bikes for $1,500, but someone looking for a project …
Check out this custom bike, I love me some flat black paint. It’s listed on Craigslist.
This 1974 Honda CB125 looks pretty clean. Great bike to knock around town on. I don’t know if I would be into for $900, but it looks nice.
This crew builds some pretty sick bikes. I like their style, it feels understated. Like the CX500 that they did. It looks like how Honda should make the bike now, if they were making that bike today.
If I had a couple of extra bucks right now, I’d buy this 1972 Honda XL70. The seller is asking $300 for it, it would be a great bike for when the kids get a little bigger and it looks like it would clean up really nice. Check out the full ad on Craigslist.