1980 Honda CB750 KZ CRD#11 “BlackCream” by Cafe Racer Dreams

Honda CB750 KZ cafe racerI got to know the Cafe Racer Dreams workshop builds for the first time when I stumbled upon their Honda CB900F that had been rebuilt twice during last four years. The first time for the CRD owner and the second – for a client. Today’s feature is CRD#11 Honda CB750 KZ “BlackCream” – not the guys’ latest work but totally worth to be mentioned.
Honda CB750 by CRD
What makes this build really awesome is the colors and the style the guys have chosen. The color scheme is completed with the contrasting shinly white and matt black. The wheels were outfitted with the lumpy Firestone Military tires. Some enduro features come from the CDR headlight and the turnsignals.
1980 Honda CB 750 rear endrear endcb 750 by cafe racer dreams
The low handlebars are outfitted with CRD brown grips. The fuel tank is the original item, however it was significantly reworked.
matt black engineHonda "BlackCream" by CRD
I’m sure Christ – the customer – was really satisfied with such a result. Great job!
Find more pictures of the bike here.
custom Honda CB750 KZ

  • Spurgeon Josh Thompson

    what size rims are on this bike?

    • BikeVX

      Hi. Firestone Military 4,00 X 19” – front and 4,50 X 18” – rear.

      • Spurgeon Josh Thompson

        Thank you! Those look like the stock wheels? mine are 16″ in the rear and 21″ in the front. I can’t seem to find any at that size 18″ or 19″. Also is it ok to use a front “wheel/rim” on the rear if i find one? Or are the rear wheels only comparable to the read braking system?

        • BikeVX

          The rims seem to be stock (not the tires though). What model you’ve got? I’m sure there must be some 18″-19″ on Ebay. I don’t want to mislead you on the front/rear brakes compatibility as this info the guys at CDR would know much better. Here is their website (contacts are down the page): http://crdmotorcycles.com/en/el-garaje/moto/crd11honda-cb-750-kz-black-cream/