Steel Bent Customs headed by Mike Mundy has been catching our eye of late because they do some kick ass motorbike customs but they like to keep things simple. Take this 1982 Honda CB750 Convertible, a bike that’s charm comes from its simplicity, those elegant lines, and its edgy design.
When you see the 1982 Honda CB750Convertible you can see the craftsmanship of guys that know what they are doing, after all Steel Bent Customs pushes out between 15 and 17 customs a year. This cycle has some real classic street racer lines with a sleek black and grey spray finish, but we also see that hint of 80s in the fuel tank. Elsewhere the bike has a screen protected headlight, mono shock springs, and a unique exhaust. Of course, you will never own it, so enjoy looking at it instead!