Charlie Trelogan’s insightful piece on café racer design emphasized the importance of good lines. No one understands this concept more than Poland’s Eastern Spirit Garage: They helped build the Honda CX500 that Charlie used to illustrate his point. Now they’ve turned their keen eye to another Honda—the ever-popular CB550.
This 1980-model is the second Honda CB550 that Eastern Spirit has customised. As with most of their builds they’ve given it a distinct café racer slant, stripping it of any superfluous bits and pieces.
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