The Honda CB350 — aka 350 Twin — was a 325cc parallel twin built from 1968-1973, with 36 horsepower and a top speed of 110 mph. It was one of the most popular models in the Honda CB series. Rarer is the CB350 Four, aka CB350F — a scaled-down version of the larger inline four Hondas of the day, with 34 horsepower and a top speed of 98 mph. The bike was only produced from 1972-1974, and succeeded by the CB400F.
Below is a selection of Honda CB350 cafe racer builds we have featured on the blog.
Honda CB350 Cafe Racer by Andrew Frederick-“Come by tomorrow with $100 and I’ve got a project for you. It’s perfect, pristine, and all original.” So said one of Andrew Frederick’s friends. Of course, the bike was in boxes and bins! Seventeen […]
Honda CB350 Brat Cafe by Ron George-“Maggie” — from basket case to garage-built beauty… When steelworker and plumber Ron George received a basket case 1970 Honda CB350 Twin in a trade deal, he knew he had the perfect platform to build […]
Honda CB350 Restomod by Offset Motorcycles-Craquelure, (/ˈkrakˌlo͝or/): a network of fine cracks in the paint or varnish of a painting. That’s the name of this 1970 Honda CB350 “resto brat,” built by Jason Lisica of San Francisco’s Offset Motorcycles. Jason […]
Honda CB350 Brat by Purpose Built Moto-Tom Gilroy, the founder of Australia’s Purpose Built Moto, has been making a name for himself in the custom moto scene. Besides turning out a herd of custom bikes, which can be seen ripping around […]
Honda CL350 Brat Cafe by Sean Sallings-Motorcycles and family go hand-in-hand, and nothing demonstrates that more than this Honda CL350 cafe racer by Sean Sallings…whose parents were married in a Harley shop! Sean’s father is none other than Jan Sallings of […]
Honda CB350F Cafe Racer by Will Hight-Arkansas. There must be something in the water. First we starting seeing the incredible “neo-vintage” builds from One-Up Moto Garage in Fayetteville, such as this CB600 featured on Return of the Cafe Racers, which made […]