Ferox 750 by Anvil Motorcycles

Honda retro super tracker CB750 F from Anvil Italia

Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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Some bikes need all sorts of explaining. Some bikes you just want to look at. And then some just lay it all out there for you, with brutal intensity that just begs to be punished. Guess which one this bike is?

Finding inspiration in retro superbikes and American flat track racing, this DOHC Honda CB750 is the sort of no-frills go-anywhere machine that we're all about. It's about the design and the function. Not about the paint and the finish. You can take this bike out and ride it through the brambles, jump it if you want to (hell, the builders did), scrape the sucker up and it'll only gain character.

Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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The modifications on this bike are simple enough to see, but completely change the heart and soul of the beast. The original bike was a second generation CB750, which is a bike that sort of fell between genres and has never found as much success as it's little brother the SOHC cb750, or its big brother the cb900, but that doesn't mean it isn't a perfectly viable platform for a build. In fact, many would argue that that makes it a better platform to tear down and build back up.

Open pipes, pod air filters, side plate, custom seat, headlight, rear fender, new gas tank, handlebars and controls, paint and tires. I'm sure there's more but it seems like this bike was done with virtually no fabrication, which makes it an incredibly approachable sort of project for the home builder. A lot of things were stripped and taken off of it, as they can be with most any bike, but the transformation is pretty incredible considering there was no welding and the only part cut was the rear fender struts.

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These guys have a great line of motorcycle clothing and are producing some pretty awesome bikes out of Italy. Check out their website AnvilMotociclette.com to check out their other bikes and clothing line!

Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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Honda cb750 by Anvil Motorcycles
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