Steel Bent Customs based out of Tampa, Florida, build some of the most approachable and affordable café racers. The Honda CB 400 Four was never a real racer, always considered as the heir of 1972′ CB 350 F. It started life as a stock Honda CB400T and the resulting motorcycle is the Honda CB400 cafe racer by Steel Bent Customs.
The exhaust is a 2 in 1 and the engine has been completely developed by SBC. Steel Bent Customs added clip ons, a saddle seat cover and a craft-style seventies, under which was concealed the electrical system for maximum purity of line. This model is just the latest creation from Steel Bent Customs, a company that clearly seems to have a taste for Honda’s mid-size bikes of the past.