1977 Honda CB 400F Café Racer. This legendary high-revving canyon carver was reimagined in 2015 as a true Cafe’ Racer by Sean Pelletier ( http://roccitycafe.blogspot.com/ ). It’s light, quick, and beautiful. As you climb aboard the “lightness” is not just a laundry list of aluminum bits but is immediately recognized in the real world.
The polished aluminum tank is handcrafted as is the front fender. The side covers are also aluminum. An oversized and cross drilled 12″ front brake system provides the bike with ample stopping power. The build also sports a custom solo seat, sand-cast 4 into1 headers, 7” quartz headlamp, Koni Shocks, LED turn signals, custom air cleaner, turned aluminum folding pedals and adjustable rear sets. An original tool kit, original owner’s manual, 2 keys, new battery and current Montana title accompany the bike. I purchased the motorcycle directly from Roc City Café Racers upon its transformation. Since, the bike has been lightly used and featured in a national advertising campaign.