New custom CB750 Café Racer

By James Sharpe -

New bikes

 18 February 2010 12:59

Japanese custom bike manufacturer Whitehouse has released its latest Honda CB750.

The firm, famous for recreations of the ‘Kwaka’ KZ1000 seen in Mad Max, have teamed up with Japanese retailer Motorimoda to produce the CB750 Café Type Motorimoda. 

The bike is fitted with a standard CB750’s carburetted, air-cooled, four-cylinder engine, but features some careful tuning and a new exhaust system to carve out an extra 20bhp.   

With styling borrowed from the 1970s endurance racers, this model has a hand made, aluminium fuel tank as well as a long list of carbon fibre parts, making this CB750 15kg lighter than a stock counterpart.

It is priced at around £19,000.

There’s an English section on the website for sales overseas. Visit www.cb750cafe.jp or www.whouse.jp for more details.