1971 Honda CB450 Bobber by Scott H

This is a really clean looking 1971 Honda CB450 Bobber by Scott H. I love the shot exhaust pipes on the build along with the really nice dropped split tank. The lines on the bike are perfect and the lower tank gives its a really nice aggressive look. The tanks have been totally built from scratch by Benji at BCR along with the sweet looking exhaust system. So much work has gone into this build with only the pegs, headlight and rear drum assembly still being stock.

The satin finish on the grey of the tank looks amazing and it’s not often you see a white leather seat on a bike but it works really well on this build. It’s one cool looking bike and I’d say the finest Bobber I’ve featured on Moto Verso.

The aggressive look is finished off by a really sweet set of wheels and tyres perfect for the bike. Woody’s Wheel Works built the wheels using Buchannan spokes, Harley rims and Shinko tires and they have done one fantastic job with these. The project took 10 months to complete which is pretty good to say it was only worked on at night. The bike was built for the Louisville Vintage Motorworks – Mod’s vs. Rockers show and it won Best Rocker and Best in Show which is really cool. It also took home the Best Japanese Bike from the Beatersville show the following day.

 

1971 Honda CB450 Bobber by Scott H

1971 Honda CB450 Bobber by Scott H

1971 Honda CB450 Bobber by Scott H

1971 Honda CB450 Bobber by Scott H

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