Building a custom bike needs a lot of work and diligence, but first a visual image of what one wants to make must be created. Redesigning an existing bike to build something totally new, a custom motorcycle that fulfills its owner's personality shows who has a real talent and who doesn't.
Looking at this custom Honda CB550 I believe that guys from MotoHangar company, located in Vienna, have spent a lot of time planning and even more time building this bike to create a big daring monster you are seeing here.
As much as possible was hidden or relocated. Now all the electrics are under the seat. A new place was found for the ignition switch and a momentary thumb switch starter - under the fuel tank. I guess it's very practical, considering handlebars were changed and redesigned.
What I really like about this bike is the front. There is something special about the grided head-light and lowered handlebars that make it look dangerously beautiful. Isn't it?
Handmade leather solo seat is made in a kind of "cafe racer" style. I don't know about comfort, but it looks pretty cool.
This custom 1977 Honda CB550, painted in black and white with red and metal accents, has 4 cylinder engine with a displacement of 544cc.
See other pictures and read more information on this bike here. Thanks for reading. Take care!
Images are provided by Motohangar