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Honda CB250 custom Bike EXIF

18 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Honda CB250 custom Bike EXIF
Honda CB 250

Honda CB250 custom

Well, now this is very interesting! It seems that scrambler style high pipes are making a comeback; not only on bobbers, but cafe’s too. I really like the 180 bends with that nice sweeping line, and the white is a nice contrast. Interesting straight pipes at the back…love it and really want to hear it! Can’t believe this is a 79 CB250T….crazy.

Normally hate the look of the original…haha.

Great story and solid ingenuity. Kudos Nick!

Bald Shaun

Much much stop now that’s funny you should take that act on the road no really you should and meh is funny sheep sound too.

el vencejo

I like minimal bikes, but brakes are essential. Agree with Bald Shaun generally, bikes are for riding.

But it is interesting to see a basic old nail as a “custom” job, rather than starting with an expensive useable machine and making it unuseable.

As far as legality goes, bikes without lights and indicators can be road legal for daytime use in the UK.

Two things, I really, really like on this bike. The way he lowered the bars is extremely innovative. Bonus points. I can’t stand upsidedown handlebars and he’s lowered the bars in a correct position.

That’s an awesome solution.

The other thing is the Ccomstar wheels, which althogh never used on customs are to me, good looking. No back half on the bike is yet again the “Unfinished project” style, point deduction :-), but overall, pretty cool.!


This is a really engaging bike, for a lot of reasons. I really like the originality that Nick showed; I’ve never seen someone cut and rotate the frame, and then work from the increased rake like that. I also find the way he “gathered” the exhaust up, and then mirrored the intakes on it, pretty frickin’ awesome, and highly original. It actually (and oddly) brings to mind a sort of analog version of the MV F4′s exhaust.

Honda CB 250

The low, lean overall aesthetic of the bike really appeals to me.

The white pipes do strike me as a little odd, but I can see why you did that; to draw attention to one of the most interesting design points of the bike, which it accomplishes handily…

For 55 days and $735 this is an amazing bike. The fact that it’s not street-legal, and it’s not exactly what others might have done is fairly irrelevant, since it’s NOT THEIR PROJECT! The nit-picking these people do is so asinine.

Anyways, nice job and congratulations Nick.

Adam Doyle

The greatest part about this competiton, is that bikes like this would never normally get built here. Getting a custom bike legal costs a motza, many times more than this bike cost overall. As a consequence, low buck customs are not built, only billet HD clones.

I don’t believe that ‘would pass rego in NSW’ was one of the criteria of the competition so any complaints along those lines are moot.

Looks pretty cool. Nice work. I especially like the handlebar set up. Definitely some food for thought.

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