When it comes to building a cafe racer, the CB750 is almost as obvious a choice as a Triumph Bonneville. The lines naturally lend themselves to that cafe style, and the inline-four puts out incredible, smooth power. Also starting in the UK, the birthplace of cafe racer style, it seemed an appropriate direction for the build. But this wasn't to be an ordinary cafe racer, Tom set out to make a bike with more of a true race-driven style and feel. Removing many of the things that make the bike street legal, like a headlight, blinkers and turn signals. The bike was built to take on all manner of roads at all levels of speed, but let's be real, this is no long-distance cruiser.