“When the call-out for the competition came, I found out a little late,” said Nick after the show. “But a friend offered me a 1979 Honda CB250T to work with. It was basically a frame and wheels (and a few cobwebs). I had 55 days to build it, but my vision for the bike didn’t take long to form. I’d had a few ideas floating around for a long time—I wanted it to be a nod to Japanese customization, but at the same time, I didn’t want it to be like any bike I’d seen before.” Nick chopped the back of Cafes Racers, 1979 Honda, Cars Motorcycles, Honda Cb250T, Custom Motorcycles, Disks Brake, Disc Brake, Honda Motorcycles, Motorcycles Bicycles
The Super Motor Company sells a remake of the Honda Super Cub in Europe. But this machine, nicknamed ‘Salt Shaker’, is no city runabout. It’s packing a heavily breathed-upon 150cc Yinxiang motor, plus racing wheels and tires, and a bespoke frame. Would you ride it?