Out of the many custom motorcycles out there, this stunning Honda CB750 deserves special attention. Built by Hookie Co., a small workshop in Dresden- Germany, this bike won our admiration with its flowing lines, cool details and aggressive look.
The donor bike is a 77 horse power CB750, that was taken apart, cleaned up and treated to a coat of superb gloss black paint—along with the motor, the wheels and smaller pieces of hardware. The forks have been lowered over three inches, the exhaust headers fitted with a Harley-Davidson muffler, and the tires are beefy Firestone Champion Deluxe. The polished steel gas tank matches perfectly with the seat cover and headlight cap, both crafted from leather and denim and treated with 3 layers of wax for weather resistance. Hookie Co.’s Honda CB750 also sports sleek looking m-Blaze bar end turn signals, a stoplight LED stripe and m-Switch push-button controls, all integrated inconspicuously into the bike’s body. Everything seems to work perfectly well together on this bike, and we can just imagine how good this thing sounds… via