1971 CL350 Scrambler
Vintage Honda scrambler beefed up for some dual sport fun.
The 1971 Honda CL350 Scrambler was always a fun, reliable, and versatile bike. With this build, we wanted to turn up the dial on versatility and off-road ability just a bit, while keeping that vintage Honda style and charm. A custom subframe and seat, along with longer-than-stock Hagon rear shocks helped increase the ground clearance and provide a better fit for a taller rider. Up front, we stuck to the vintage theme and fitted a 1975 Honda CB500T fork, for even more clearance and suspension travel, along with a front disk brake. A small custom aluminum skid plate, as well as a custom pannier rack give this bike the dual sport feel and functionality we were after.
Ultimately, this bike turned out just how we envisioned. All of the work was performed in-house — custom metal fabrication, paint, powder coating, and upholstery — and we love how it turned out. It runs like a Honda should, and is an absolute blast. This bike is ready to tear up some Ozark Mountain backroads.
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Creativity & Craftsmanship
We pride ourselves on creativity & craftsmanship — finding unique ways to re-purpose parts and hardware, striking just the right balance between a variety of materials. By letting function drive form, we’re able to achieve an industrial style that looks like it works hard, and hard work is a beautiful thing.