Introducing the latest from Montreal-based Clockwork Motorcycles: the Clockwork Twenty2. Beginning with 1978 Honda CB750—one of the most iconic Japanese motorcycles and called the first “superbike”—Clockwork works their magic leaving virtually nothing unmodified. Front suspension and brakes come courtesy of a Suzuki GSX-r1000. Power upgrades include 4 Keihin race carbs as well as an enlarged 836cc motor with 4 into 2 exhaust. Melding classic with modern, Clockwork also added keyless ignition and Motogadget digital dash. Other bespoke features include a custom leather saddle and black-on-black finish.
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