CB750 range of motorcycles were launched by Honda in 1969. CB750 often described as the first Superbike was a game changer for Honda.
It was the first 4-cylinder motorcycle and first motorcycle with electric starting and disc brakes. CB750 was powered by a 736cc SOHC air-cooled straight four (1969-1978 versions) and DOHC air-cooled straight four churning out 68 hp @ 8,500 rpm and 44 lb-ft of torque @7,000 rpm paired with a 5-speed transmission. Top speed was limited to 200 Kmph. CB750, also termed as “Universal Motorcycle of Japan” features electric starter, kill switch, flashing turn lights, front telescopic forks and rear swingarm.
Kaspeed Moto of Germany has made a custom version of Honda CB750. The bespoke model has two versions – Heritage & Racer. Both models were built to the highest standards with focus on riding position, color scheme and suspension settings. Heritage version is hand crafted with custom seat and cafe racer cowl, high quality pod filters, LED headlight, LSL clip-on’s and foot pegs and Motogadget ‘m-Lock’ digital RFID ignition. Racer version is equipped with all above plus 3-way adjustable upside-down forks and Ohlins Road & Track rear shock absorbers.
– Hand built
– LED headlight
– LeoVince stainless steel exhaust
– Metzeler roadtech 01 tyres
– Aluminum front fender
– Daytona Verona speedometer
– CB750 1998 model
Courtesy: Kaspeed Moto, Germany