A Unique 1995 Honda CB750 Cafe Racer
There are some who believe in quantities, while there are those who believe in things done with the highest quality. David Gonzales is the kind of man who believes in the later. Since the man poured his heart and soul into the creation of the very first build, a Moto Morini 350 sometime in 2012, the Barcelona-based workshop has created just 15 custom motorcycles in the period of four years. Thats less than four custom motorcycles per year. But one look at Adhoc’s builds tells you why exactly is the pace what it is. Each motorcycle, be it the incredible Hyper-Road Ducati Multistrada or or the Alfa-Omega BMW K1100 exuberates is own unique, tasteful styling. The deeper you look at these machines, the more you wonder about the countless hours spent on thinking about their design, while marvelling at the builder’s creativity.
Recently, Adhoc completed their latest project. A machine they call #15, which is a 1995 Honda CB750. One of the most appealing platforms to create a custom build, the CB’s engine meets a perfect balance between outright performance and smooth power delivery, making it a very versatile beast wether riding in the city or the weekend countryside twisties. Add in a lowered stance, beefier front forks and better brakes, and the Honda’s weak-by-modern-standards-two-decade-old handling woes get addressed rivalling more modern ones, while brand new sticky tyres front and rear give the assurance that such a beautifully painted machine in black will not touch tarmac even when undergoing the hairiest of situations.