Passion for motorcycles makes person regardless of age, and sometimes allows to stay “alive”. Approximately 18 months ago by Stephen Heath, the owner of a classic racing bike Honda CB750, was forced to leave the job of engine engineer for severe disease. 40-year-old Steven suffers from severe heart disease, caused by a genetic disease. Doctors were skeptical, so Stephen decided to focus all their attention on a motorcycle to escape from health problems and keep sanity.
Project details classic racing bike Honda CB750:
Frame is modified, shortened
Electronics simplified hidden in the tail of the motorcycle
Fork Honda CB900, shorter by 40 mm Photo
Front hub Honda CB750 1974, disc brakes CB500T, CB900 calipers
Brake master cylinder VFR750R
Original rear hub CB750
spoke wheels by Morad
Customize clip-on, footrests
Fuel tank – handmade specialists of Holtworks
Exhaust – Steve manufactured by hand, using local master
Original carbs Keihin CV
Complete set of lighting that is suitable for a motorcycle ride on DOPam
Stephen Heath has lived much longer than the doctors predicted, and continues to enjoy life. He rides on his new retro bike Honda CB750, and CBR1000RR. In addition, Stephen took up two new projects: BMW and Yamaha V-Max. Iron man worthy of great respect!