Submission by Pablo from Three Stone Cycles, an amateur builder from Spain:
The donor is a 2006 Honda CB600 Hornet. We were looking for a clean and straight line but without neglecting the original sporty character of this bike. It was completely dismantled, the engine and the chassis were repainted. We simplified the electrical installation and relocated the fuses and the new lithium battery inside the rear cowl. It has installed power filters, a carburetor kit and a competition exhaust for which we also had to modify the collector. In search of straight lines we chose to adapt a tank of a Kawasaki Z 650 of 1985, to which we adapted a new Monza gas cap and a visual fuel level. The subframe was also completely reworked, for which we use laser cut aluminum, inside it, the radiator coolant expansion tank is hidden. The mudguards and supports are handcrafted as the fairing that was modified to give it a more compact and sporty look. The rear cowl is also handmade and inside houses all the electronics of the motorcycle.