It takes a healthy imagination to create a good custom motorcycle. You need the ability to look through a stock bike and see its potential. Or, if you’re Bryan Moses, look at a rusted pile of bits and visualize this brawny Honda CB750 cafe racer.
Bryan’s a hobbyist based in Geneseo, New York. Most of the time he works out of his home garage, but when that doesn’t cut it, he moves his projects to his family’s collision repair shop up the road.
According to Bryan, there’s no “cool story for the build or anything,” but that’s not entirely true. So we pressed further.
“I picked this CB750 up as a parts bike for $50 a few years ago,” he tells us.…