Workshop Vintage Customs was founded a few years ago, when Jason Laikov quit his job graphic designer and followed their dream, creating a unique custom bikes to order.
This cafe racer Honda CB350 2017, which called Jason 'Speedster', was not always so so appealing. At the time of purchase, this Honda does not cause any excitement in addition to grief because the whole motorcycle presented himself as a pile of rusty and rotten metalaloma where Jason could still consider the first lines of his future custom bikes.
The first thing that needs to be replaced, this cylinder head further young kastomayzer changed piston and move the box. After cleaning and painting the frame, he replaced the old shock absorbers, setting back a Honda Rebel 250. Fuel tank went from Yamaha TT500 which was decorated personally by Jason. The paint he chose was a classic combination of royal red and black with gold lettering. Another highlight of the red steel handles on the handlebars of the bike.
The purpose of Jason as claimed by the author himself was a "strip and clean off" and I think after that we'll see, he did it, because he has a really original zamorochenny not custom style cafe racer.