Boor Custom's CB750KZ
By Anthony van Someren - 22 Oct 12
We featured Boor Custom's XJ600 a short while ago, introducing this new Hungary-based custom shop into the cafe custom scene, and this is their second build, based on the trusty CB750. Shop founders Csongor Farkas and Krisztián Varga obviously have a very clear vision on how their builds should look, and be speeced-up - following the lines of the well established Brat style build, with all the ugly bits hidden away, the simplest of controls and dials, a flat, frame-hugging seat, topped off by high quality paint and finish. All the details are there, but also very high quality components; Renthal Ultralows, Flexo Bowden braided lines, Rizoma reservoirs, old-school OGK gummi-bear grips, small Roob headlamp and Kosho speedo, Vicma turn signals, shortie fenders, Marzocchi shocks, wrapped pipes and lots of black. This little CB even benefits from upside down forks, donated by a ZXR 750. Considering that these guys are so new it's great to see that their first two builds are such great quality, and with top notch parts and no-compromise on key elements, like handling - too often overlooked. Follow Boor Custom on their own website HERE and their facebook pages HERE. We look forward to showcasing their next bikes.