Ad Hoc CB750 Rside 1 Barcelona's Ad Hoc Motorcycles first came knocking on our door this summer with a beautiful Moto Morini 3 1/2 with a 70s retro feel, finished in deep paint and polished-metal, so we were looking forward to seeing their follow-up build - and this CB 750 doesn't disappoint. Based on a Honda CB 750 Nighthawk, Ad Hoc # 2 was built by cutting and chopping through the garish chrome and mock Harley styling to the center of the chassis and engine, rebuilding the sub frame to accommodate a race seat and repositioning the footpegs to create a proper feet-back cafe racer riding stance. The whole thing was then sand blasted "Honda Endurance" Blue by Europlast. Ad Hoc CB750 Front MS 1 Ad Hoc CB750 Lside 1 The swingarm and USD forks were donated by an old GSXR 750, while the steel spoked wheels are from a Ducati GT 1000. Original headers are mounted, with a Megaphone exhaust. For the seat the guys sourced a unit from a Bultaco TSS which they heavily modified to fit the narrower frame rails. The sweet little "cuppolino" bikini fairing is removeable, and colour matched to the rest of the bodyparts in a stand-out deep blue & white. Ad Hoc CB750 RARS 1 The whole package looks really neat, and in just two builds Ad Hoc seem to have created a style of their own. We look forward to seeing more, and of course they'll be featured right here on The Bike Shed. Ad Hoc CB750 Rear 1