By Anthony van Someren - 13 Jul 13
Steel Bent Customs in Tampa, Florida have proved many times that they've nailed the Brat-Style build, and this latest bike is another beauty from SBC, built for a client who'd seen their previous build, the "Hoang". Orange paint on the tank, headlamp bucket and front fender are from House of Kolors. The rest of the badass looks come Tampa. The donor is a 1980 Honda CB750 and it has been given the usual SBC treatment with a 4:1 exhaust, new shocks, wide flat moto bars, with a chopped and reworked rear frame section to accommodate a very slim flat twin seat. The carbs have been cleaned up ultrasonically and the bike is running a stage 3 Dynojet kit set up for pod air filters. The front fender is a modified Supersport item and the OEM Honda 5-spoke Star wheels wear Shinko tires. You can also play spot the battery for a while before I tell you it's hidden just behind the rear swingarm pivot - as with most SBC Ceebees. Michael Mundy's bikes always come out looking this good and we'll look forward to sharing the next one. See more of Steel Bent Custom’s bikes HERE on the Bike Shed, and here on their own pages.