Though it isn’t a sizzling favorite for a Honda cafe racer conversion the CB900F affords an honest place to begin. Honda pitched the CB900F as “a thundering Tremendous-Sports activities bike with devastating efficiency and an unwavering stamina” and it didn’t disappoint. They bought very nicely and because of this, there are numerous secondhand examples out there on labeled web sites at surprisingly low costs.
Canadian builder Rob Chappell runs the workshop Origin8or and he’s no stranger to the CB900F platform. After promoting his pleasure and pleasure to a purchaser with deep pockets Rob determined to stay to the platform he knew greatest. His ’81 Honda CB900F incorporates a myriad of modifications all executed with efficiency enchancment in thoughts. If ever there was a motorbike worthy of being coined a contemporary cafe racer Rob’s CB900F is the right candidate.
Photograph Credit score: Mat Manser