A 1993 Honda CB750 Nighthawk custom. Referred to as a “convertible” because of a special feature allowing the seat to be lengthened from a solo seat to one long enough to take a passenger along. The entire rear frame was rebuilt and a custom seat and tail added. A 70’s CB750K tank was fitted with a paint scheme borrowing from mid 70’s CB360 tanks. The front forks and brakes are from a Yamaha R1.
  The tank sheet metal lines were continued into the tail section. Renthal bars, Shinko tires.
  LED Jeep headlight.
  Supernova LED turn and brake lights from Revival Cycles in Austin, Tx.
 The seat extension mechanism and electronics pan. The two rings seen toward the bottom of the picture are accessible underneath the seat, and when squeezed together, release the sliding rear cover. The seat can be extended an extra two to six inches.
 The seat fully extended. A lot of work was done to keep the under seat area clean and open, hiding the battery behind the engine, and electronics under the seat.
  The 2017 reveal at Dan’s Silver Leaf in Denton, Tx. New owner James Traywick riding up on stage.
 The frame and exhaust prior to heading out to Triad Product Finishing in Lewisville, Tx. for powder coat and ceramic coating. The new seat mechanism allows the rear seat to be extended an extra five inches The stock swingarm was shortened a couple inches as well to tighten up the bike and make a better stance.
 The front Supernova LED signals on the side of the headlight.
 The donor bike was found in Denver, and had already had the R1 fork conversion as well as a Walking Dead tribute styling. The 1993 CB750 Nighthawk rear frame said: “cruiser,” and had to be dealt with. A new top tube for the rear frame was formed from DOM steel tubing, and the lower members repositioned higher and slightly forward to meet up with it. The passenger peg mounts were traded for some smaller ones.
  James is so cool he has two nicknames. The inscription is hidden inside the battery box.
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