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    Published on 12-22-2016 11:29 AM

    CB750 Supply December 2016 $50 giveawayDon't miss out on the CB750 Supply $50 gift certificate drawing for December 2016! Entries must be received by December 31, 2016 at 1:00PM EST to qualify. Enter the drawing now!
    Published on 01-03-2016 03:11 PM

    It's the new year and we have a lot to look forward to in 2016! The site will be overhauled to keep up with the demand for new features, mobile compatibility, and security issues. Change is hard, but in this case necessary, and we hope the transition goes smoothly and makes for an even stronger community.

    If your resolution for the new year was like mine to de-clutter and organize, and you have boxes of CB750 parts you don't know what to do with, consider listing them in our Classifieds Section. It's simple and free. Register today if you're not already a member.

    Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this community great. Hopefully we have many more great years ahead. Happy New Year to you all!
    Published on 09-30-2015 03:08 PM

    Mac Performance is looking for someone in the Southern California area with a 1979-1982 CB750 to lend their bike for exhaust prototyping. Click for details!

    Published on 09-30-2014 03:46 PM

    Check out Johnny's (Stabler) 1971 Amen Savior CB750 build! It turned out great! He bought the frame on Ebay in 2009 and had it delivered in early 2010. The project took about three years to complete. He started by getting a CB750K5 motor with the later '77-'78 carbs and a MAC exhaust. He had the handlebars custom made to his specifications out of stainless tubing. Stabler made a stainless steel bracket to mount the NOS (New Old Stock) Sears auxiliary lights and he also made the sissy bar from stainless round bar. The bike has a Harley Narrow Glide front end with a 21" wheel up front and an 18" wheel in the rear. The seat is an old C&G that Stabler reupholstered himself. The tank is an old '70s GME and the rear fender is a simple bobbed flat fender. The paint job was done by Mats Kroon.

    See the build from start to finish.

    Click to enlarge:

    Published on 04-17-2014 02:31 PM

    CB750 Supply April 2014 $50 giveawayDon't miss out on the CB750 Supply $50 gift certificate drawing for April! Entries must be received by April 30, 2014 at 1:00PM EST to qualify. Enter the drawing now!
    Published on 10-10-2013 04:11 PM

    Check out this 1980 CB750K called The Stinker from Old and Slow Racing Team! This did 131 MPH at the Texas Mile in March of 2013.


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