After 10 years of working as a helicopter mechanic, Samuel Guertin founded Clockwork Motorcycles east of Montreal and began building cars and motorcyclesTue, 03 Feb 2015
This Honda CB750 is the fourth work of Clockwork Motorcycles: “The bike looked pretty funny,” says the founder of the workshop. They tried to turn the 1971 model into a bobber, but unsuccessfully. I decided it deserved better." Having decided to make a real bobber, Samuel called the project "Fury". He modified the frame and slightly lengthened the swingarm, connecting it to the subframe via a pair of Progressive Suspension shocks. The front end, including the fork and brakes, was borrowed from the Suzuki GSX-R600, and the crossheads were custom made. The oil tank is beautifully hidden in the sidewall, and the bike rests on 16-inch Harley-Davidson rims wrapped in Firestone Deluxe Champion rubber. Engine to match: 863cc piston, lightweight valves, Keihin CR29 racing carburettors and a beautiful 4-in-1 stainless steel exhaust. All electrics are combined in the Motogadget m-Unit block, a lithium-ion battery is included in the circuit, controls and optics are replaced with tuning ones.
By Azali Minyki
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