A CLASSICAL EDUCATION. Kaspeed Moto’s Timeless Honda CB750 Cafe Racer
Make no mistake. When you look back at the ‘cafe racer boom’ of the last ten years from the comfort of your anti-grav recliner chair circa 2048, this will be the bike that you will see. Because all of our fiddly little brat, scrambler and tracker nuances will be lost in time like a replicant’s tears in rain. History isn’t one for subtlety. This will be the bike in the holographic database. This will be the archetype we will all remember. And this is the latest build from Germany’s Kaspeed; a classic Honda CB750 cafe racer that’s really going to stand the test of time.
“We were pretty busy over the summer with our Honda CB SevenFifty limited series,” says Kaspeed’s Jimmy Dressel from their Saxony headquarters. “Mainly, we’ve been we showing the prototype of the bike at various moto events. Also there was the preparation for stuff like the Glemseck 1/8 mile sprint and Intermot in Cologne. Naturally, these are very time-consuming as well, so planning is key. But we also had two individual projects, one of which is this Honda CB750 from 1976.”