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Thursday, January 21, 2016

The new challenge of Kevils Speed Shop

The new challenges faced by Kevils Speed ​​Shop in Devon England. They are one of the leading workshops in the UK are used to made the BMW custom motorcycles. Now, they are trying to get out of the grip by building a single-cylinder engined motorcycle, Honda CBF250.

Yes, CBF250 was the figure of Honda's naked bike became the Kevils project based on consumer demand to handle the small-capacity custom bike outside their experience to build the BMW is. For beginners who want to make it as a bike commuter, CBF250 fairly nimble motorcycle with a power of about 22 hp and a top speed of 105 km/h.
Kevils Speed Shop MOTO #3 made of Honda CBF250. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JU6tXf)
The motorcycle construction was not too complicated for custom built and has a sturdy chassis. It makes Kevin Hill, the workshop owner taking its base to attract fans of modification with an affordable budget.

Therefore, Kevils Speed ​​Shop encodes the bike with numbered instead of the motorcycle name. And the CBF250 custom named 'MOTO #3' was the third motorcycles that they built after also worked on Honda CG125.
Left side view of Kevils Speed Shop MOTO #3. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JU6tXf)
Kevil start the reincarnation of 2004 Honda CBF250 by installing a minimalist tank of an old 1970s Honda CB. Later in the rear subframe was redesigned by Kevil's team including the rear fender frame trimmed becomes shorter and mounted thinner comfortable seat. The concept refers more to the street scrambler style like his taste that is widely adopted to some BMW motorcycles custom
Rear side view of Kevils Speed Shop MOTO #3. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JU6tXf)
The position of the battery is moved downward of swing arm to maximize the space on the back to make it look more spacious. Motocross handlebars plus a LED indicator and a Koso digital speedometer completes the front detail by the color combination of gray and red. The Conti TKC tires pinned to wrap its black colored five crossbar rims of Honda CBF250.

Kevils Speed ​​Shop has been successfully made the reincarnation of Honda CBF250 to look more fresher. Its elegant frame managed to lift the prestige of a 250 cc engine which has sweet historical pieces to be remembered. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | THEBIKESHED]
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