Simple but not dull, the 1978 Honda CB750 “Ultra Noir” is a dark beauty created by Clockwork Motorcycles. Bike enthusiasts often like to play with the Honda CB750 when creating new custom models, and yet there aren’t two identical versions of it out there.
The first thing that you notice about the Ultra Noir is its all-black color and the really cool powder-coated finish. The black theme was carried throughout all the details, including the leather seat, the exhaust pipe, and the subtly brushed fuel tank.
The juice-providing unit is a completely rebuilt engine featuring an 836cc Wiseco big-bore kit, Keihin CR29 carbs with K&N filters, performance camshaft, and SuperFlow valves. Dark, stealthy and undeniably beautiful, the Ultra Noir is clearly a collection-worthy two wheeler.