What you see here is a Honda CB750 Four café racer designed and built by WrenchMonkees, a custom motorcycle company in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The 85 horsepower, inline-four engine was entirely rebuilt, while the wiring, wheels and bearings have been completely replaced. An excellent final touch is given by the custom paint and satin grey finish on the forks, triple clamp and engine covers, while the headlight mesh is a nice thing to have on a bike like this too.
With a listed top speed of 112.5 mph (180 kmph) and a $30,000 (DKR 186.800) price tag, this WrenchMonkees creation shouldn’t stay long on the floors of the Danish Museum of Arts and Crafts and the Rojo Artspace in Barcelona, where it is currently exhibited. Read the specs after the break.
Engine rebuilt. WM heat resistant custom paint.
Keihin CR 29 carburators. K&N filters. Aprox 80 HP.
WM shorty mufflers.
41 mm front fork. Extended swingarm, new shock mounting.
Progressive Suspension rear shocks.
WM aluminum CNC yokes / triple trees.
WM stainless steel spacers / stem.
Spoke wheels, steel covers. 3.50 x 16 front - 3.50 x 16 rear.
Coker classic 5.00 x 16 front - 5.00 x 16 rear.
WM stainless steel spindles, bushes, bolts, shims, spacers.
ABM steelbraided brake hoses. ABM front brake master.
Nissin rear brake master. Tokico 4 pot front brake calipers.
Tokico 1 pot rear brake caliper. Braking front brake discs.
ISR rear disc.
WM rear frame. WM tailunit. WM seat. WM under tail oiltank.
WM CR tank. WM copper oil lines. WM LSL clip-ons. WM handlebars.
WM foot pegs. WM rearlight, LED. WM headlight.
WM wirering harness - 3,6 A battery, kickstart only.
WM grips. WM custom paint.