Rear view of Piglet - 1974 Honda CB125s

1974 CB125S – ‘Piglet’

Some photos of the CB125S project.

Right profile of the 1974 CB125S from Twentythree Moto Co.

Look right, go straight.

Leather boot battery box on the 1974 Honda CB125S from Twentythree Moto Co.

A leather boot for a battery box

Stopping down - Camera tail light on the 1974CB125s

Stopping down – Camera tail light on the 1974CB125s

Rear view of Piglet - 1974 Honda CB125s

Baby got back

Hand crafted leather hand grips - 1974 Honda CB125S

Twisting the throttle take a little extra something.

Quarter-inch headphone jacks for light switches on the 1974 CB125S

Quarter-inch headphone jacks for light switches on the 1974 CB125S

1974 CB125S Leather Battery Box

1974 CB125S Leather Battery Box

Tractor Seat on a motorcycle - 1974 Honda CB125S

Yes, it’s actually quite comfortable. Tractor Seat on a motorcycle – 1974 Honda CB125S

Hand Crafted Leather Grips - 1974 Honda CB125S

Leather, works for cows, works for humans…

Glass bowl fuel filter on the 1974 Honda CB125S

Glass bowl fuel filter on the 1974 Honda CB125S – You never wonder if it’s clogged.

Brass Wingnuts and Camera Keychain on the 1974 Honda CB125S

Brass Wingnuts and Camera Keychain

Quarter-inch headphone jacks and connectors for a headlight switch with paracord wire wrap on the 1974CB125S

Paracord wire wrap gives that antique look

23 Motor Co - the mighty 125CC Honda

The mighty 125CC honda fed through a tractor filter

Brownie camera tail light on the 1974 Honda CB125S from 23moto.com

Stopping down never felt so good.

Rear view of the 1974 CB125S from Twentythree Moto Co.

Skinny tires and a wide, comfy seat. Recipe for success

Gauge Cluster ont eh 1974 Honda CB125S from 23moto.com

Leather and paracord adds age to the modern (in 1974) instruments

Old camera and tracktor seat on the 1974 CB125S

Old things with new purpose.

Profile of the 1974 Honda CB125S from Twentythree Moto Co.

Sideways looks.

Inviting a ride - 1974 Honda CB125S from Twentythree Moto Co.

Climb aboard.

Front three-quarted view of the 1975 CB125S from Twentythree Moto co.

Ride on!

 

 

Ofarrell and Company Photography

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One comment on “1974 CB125S – ‘Piglet’

  1. Jmo

    Nothing beats a good looking bike except a good looking McGyver-style build of a bike.

    Such cool innovations, like the tractor seat, vintage camera taillights and the copper line glass fuel bowl, make me just want to sit and look more closely at all the other things I may have missed. Love this kind of creative endeavor to go beyond the cookie cutter norm. It is cerebral and fun all at once with a style and old world glamour all of its own.
    I love this bike. Nice job Farrell.

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