As its name suggests, “Caffeine Custom” is a workshop that comes out of the country of coffee and brings an excellent cafe racer model.
This CB750 perfect proportions coming from the south of Brazil, and the work is mentioned workshop, which was founded four years ago by friends Bruno Costa and Tiago Zilli, and they’re based in a rustic old shed in Caxias do Sul, in the mountains of Serra Gaúcha.
The motorcycle – called “The Mighty Four” – began its life as the jubilee limited series of the Honda CB750 from 1979, and has passed about 12,900 kilometers. The work on it lasted eight months, and the final creation could boast of an extremely attractive appearance.
As they had a real classic, guys from the Caffeine Custom workshop did not want to overdo it with modifications. “The main goal was not to make a new style, but to make the most of what this model already has in its offer, which is its four-cylinder aggregate of 750 cubic meters,” Bruno said. “We wanted to build an authentic café racer, combining classic style with an elegant and minimalist design.” They definitely succeeded in doing so.
Works began with “fine tuning.” First, the front suspension was lowered, and then new 18-inch Comstar wheels were placed, while the choice of the tire dropped to the Firestone Champion Deluxe. Then a new subframe was placed, as well as a hand-made rear cover, and there is also a seat from Alcantara.
Below the seat are the key electronic components: Motogadget unit and a small lithium-ion battery. The entire installation is arranged, and the rear LED is placed in the back. Next are new Biltwell handles, Motogadget buttons and direction change indicators, while the speedometer is a simple analog unit.
The original side panels did not stay on the new creation, but the tank remained, together with an aluminum lid, on which the logo of the workshop was added.
The rest of the creation is a combination of beautifully restored original parts and subtle changes. As the aggregate had a little mileage, nothing was done on it except cleaning and a new matte black.
There is a 4-in-1 exhaust system made of stainless steel, with a hand-operated silencer. The brakes are factory-mounted, while the front fenders and headlights are completely new.
Mighty Four is definitely the perfect example of why CB750 is so loved on the custom scene.