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Again Inazumacafe pickup up a bike of Piston Jockey.

The latest build by Piston Jockey, a one man juggling show, between a day job, girlfriend and kiddo. An unconventional 1977 Honda CB550.

Nick Heij restores and modifies classic motorcycles in the diamond city of Antwerp, in Belgium “I was stuck in my car due to another traffic jam. Which Antwerp is pretty known for and damned myself that I didn’t took the bike that day. Making the best of the situation I started searching the web for motorcycle/parts. This complete Honda CB550 just appeared on the local second hand site and i was able to buy this rollingrust bucket for almost no money. The previous owner told me on the phone she had been standing in a shed for about 16 years. I picked up the bike a few days later. My first intention was to use the engine to complete another CB … But I got an other, different idea for this bike because of the original Rickman fairing which came with it. After getting the engine started easily by going through the normal process to get a bike started which has been standing for so long. I started getting my vision for this bike. Altering the bike without loosing the classic and original feeling of it. Using as much original part as i could but on the other hand giving it a whole new look without going overboard.

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