1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural Review

Tuesday, April 17th 2012. | Honda

1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural Review Few may have heard of the Tarantulas, a motorcycle custom garage based in the Portland, Oregon that specializes in bike restorations and custom builds. But with their skill and talent in building some pretty slick machines, due props have to be given out.

1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural By The Tarantulas

One of their creations that sparked some interest is called the Natural, a restored and modified 1976 Honda CB750F SS that drives home the classic touches mixed in with modern modifications.

1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural wallpaper

1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural Review

According to the Tarantulas, the bike took a couple of years to make and started off as an abandoned bike that was eventually turned into a classic piece of steel and muscle. To give the bike the look of a neo-retro cruiser, the Tarantulas decided to give it a brushed metal treatment complemented by leather-looking vinyl, gum rubber, and Tarozzi rear seats that will be stripped down and powder-coated.

1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural By The Tarantulas head lamp

Other design details about the Natural include custom clip-ons, a new rear cowel with an oil tank and battery box, new headlight ears, levers and hard lines, all of which were built by James Crowe and his boys over at Crowe Customs.

Gallery Of 1976 Honda CB750F SS The Natural By The Tarantulas

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