CB500T Cafe Racer

The 500T is back in action!

Thanks to everyone who helped out with parts, advice, and just the whole process.

8 responses to “CB500T Cafe Racer”

  1. Leigh says:

    Looks great man.

    Look forward to joining you on a thursday night ride soon.
    We have a group of about 5 cafe racers with bikes almost back on the road.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Leigh.

    Definitely come out on Thursdays once your bike is running or come shoot the shit with us at the North Star where we usually end the ride at. I’m interested to see your 360T in person, it’s looking good in your DTT build thread.


  3. chris says:

    oooh yeahhh!
    it’s finally together and it looks better than i imagined…gotta come by and see it in person this week.

  4. julianna says:

    looks awesome!!! all you need is a seat for 2 now….

  5. Max says:

    Sick!!!!!! I cant wait to see it in person.

  6. andrew says:

    i said it in person, but i’ll add it here, looks amazing…. especially in in real life and in color, haha!

  7. Scott says:

    Nice job…..Bike looks great!

  8. Jim says:

    Hey – curious as to what down pipes you used on the CB500T to get rid of that clunky looking resonator they put on the stock exhaust system?

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