Awesome Bobber made from a Honda CBX – it’s a six cylinder work of chop-shop art!

Check out this lovely chunk of metal – it’s a particularly sweet Bobber (and the first bike) from the Swiss bike builder / customiser pb33.


The bike started out as a 1981 Honda SC06 CBX Prolink (pictured below).

Part of the bike’s original frame and all of the 1,047cc, 100bhp, 4-stroke, air-cooled 6-cylinder engine were kept but there’s a raft of chassis and styling changes to add plenty to the overall look and feel of the bike.


The frame was cut at the back to give the Bobber slanted frame look. The exhaust was handmade for the bike, the handlebars are custom too.

Up front the bike gets Ohlins forks and Brembo brakes, Kineo wheels and an overall chop-shop look.




Tony Carter

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