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  • Check Out This Electric Race Bike!

    Check out this electric race bike!

    Owner Ed Fargo had this to say about the bike:

    It started life as a 1979 CB750F sitting in the back room of a motorcycle salvage yard. It needed a better life. The motor was frozen, but it had good bones. The glass is from Airtech Streamlining (supposedly from the original Honda racing molds). The ride is period correct with the exception of the motor. I have raced and rebuilt many vintage bikes and this one can be seen running at Road Atlanta in April and September, 2013 in the Historic Moto Gran Prix (the only electric).

    • 160 LifePo4 Lipo batteries
    • 106 Volts DC
    • 80HP Brushed DC motor
    • 1000 amps (yes really)
    • 100% torque at zero RPM
    • No Transmission

    Originally 540 Lbs, now 380 Lbs.

    Love it or hate it, it is a FUN ride.


    Thanks for sharing Ed! It's a beautiful bike. Read more about the bike in Ed's thread Old Racer, New member running vintage series.

  • Recent Forum Posts


    I'd question the 'brand new' gas. Where did it come from?

    If you have ethanol tank damage as in rust then you should know the plastic OEM

    Yellow oily gas from 1 & 4 carbs

    amc49 02-24-2020, 11:58 PM Go to last post

    I have a 1981 CB750k that I've recently put back together after disassembling for paint. I took it out for a short test ride, but it seemed to be very

    Yellow oily gas from 1 & 4 carbs

    jwing 02-24-2020, 06:53 AM Go to last post
    Bloody Mary

    That's great....so appreciate your reply. Thank you.

    '79 LTD Rear Wheel

    Bloody Mary 02-24-2020, 03:32 AM Go to last post


    Loosen axle and then chain adjusters both sides and

    '79 LTD Rear Wheel

    amc49 02-24-2020, 12:02 AM Go to last post
    Bloody Mary

    At some point after the riding season begins, I will have to replace my rear tire. Will save money and downtime by removing the wheel myself. Bike has

    '79 LTD Rear Wheel

    Bloody Mary 02-23-2020, 04:56 AM Go to last post