The masters of “Steel Bent Customs”, working in Tampa, Florida, engaged in the construction of the stylish “standard” Brett-custom bikes without deviating from his own style. They combined the design of cafe racers, Bobber and scramblers, but Michael Mundy wanted to build a small custom. For example, his team undertook the project 1990 Honda CB125 TT / in.
Details of the project 90 Honda CB125 TT “RS”:
Customer: A fan of Hudson, FL
Donor: Upgraded motorcycle Honda Cb125
Frame: Redesigned subframe for installation and carburetor monoshock
Wheel: Stainless steel spokes
Frame: Powder coating ProFab
Saddle: Lances, fitted by a matter
Paint: Craig Paints
Other Details: Clip-on, a custom running board, new lights, stock manifold and Muffler Cone Engineering
This custom is dedicated to Ryan Shaw, the famous master of “Hangar CycleWorks”. Ryan died in an accident – he was hit by an inattentive driver.