Aah the Honda CBX. Six cylinders of pure ecstasy, this machine was purely about the majestic sound it produced, flowing out of the 6×6 exhaust layout. The CBX RAW cafë racer is made by Vaughan from Australia who has hand-beaten the bespoke bodywork into a unique style that looks absolutely stunning.
Made from a relatively low-run Honda CBX1000, the men replaced all the rings, seals and bearing in the engine. Then the cylinder head was vapour blasted and rebuild. The frame was re-blasted and power coated in white. Rest of the motorcycle is made up of bespoke custom parts that were hand-made by Vaughan and his collaborators from all across the country.
For more details of the build head over to Return of the Cafe Racers
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Just in case if you are wondering how the Honda CBX sounds, here’s a video. Warning goosebumps ahead!