Honda CB750

The -RC42- epitomizes everything you would want in a custom café racer. Modern electrics, Brembo brakes, Ohlins shocks with stunning deep green paint and black head to toe racing stripe running-down the length of its spine.

Some of the features include a bespoke top yoke/stem, along with a new hub for the front and rear wheel from Fastec Racing. The yoke incorporates a beveled mount for the Motogadget speedo.

The exhaust system was fabricated using stainless steel sections and is designed to provide access to the oil drain plug.

The suspension includes refurbed Ducati Showa forks anodized gold up front and bright yellow Ohlins shocks on the rear. The tank is original but has a flush mount cap and has been fabricated into a monocoque tail section which hides the battery and electrics.
The tail-lights were designed and built inhouse and have become a bit of a BGM specialty. Brake and indicator LEDs are fused neatly into polycarbonate molding’s which provide a sleek finish to the rear of the bike.

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