Honda CB750 Cafe Build – IRON by Motociclette Chemical Garage

Motociclette Chemical Garage have created this gorgeous Honda CB750 Cafe Build called Iron. It’s a cool name for a wicked looking steampunk inspired build. You can see this fitting into a good old fashioned smelting plant with iron sparks firing everywhere. The craftsmanship that has gone into this build is unbelievable. With cooper ascent parts and raw polished naked metal on show gives the full story and proves all the hard work that gone into this.

The fairing is gorgeous, finely crafted by the guy’s at Motociclette Chemical Garage. I love the copper edging around the front light and also the triangle the starts the flow of the bike. This has a classic vintage look of the old Triton cafe racers, I love fairings at the moment they really do bring a bike together and set them apart from over bikes on the road. The fact that this bike hasn’t been painted or polished is perfect it shows of all the small details and all the effort put in by these guys to hand build each part. It’s one sweet looking machine.

The tank is simply stunning, with an old school vintage cap complete with leather strap to keep things down when your flying. It sits on even more copper which really brings out the tank cap not to mention looking amazing. I like the fact that the finish isn’t perfect, it makes it much more honest and certainly far more desirable to own and ride. It’s a piece of automotive art that belongs in a gallery but you;d just want to ride it whenever you got the chance.

Motociclette Chemical Garage is a new garage in the heart of Romagna, Italy.

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Honda CB750 Cafe Build - IRON by Motociclette Chemical Garage

Honda CB750 Cafe Build - IRON by Motociclette Chemical Garage

Honda CB750 Cafe Build - IRON by Motociclette Chemical Garage

Honda CB750 Cafe Build - IRON by Motociclette Chemical Garage