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Jayson Garcia's Honda CB500

 

It probably wasn't Cole Foster's intention when he built his blue bobber many years ago, but that machine definitely defined a style other garage builders in California's San Joaquin Valley love to emulate. One such young builder is Jayson Garcia.Last April we featured a little red Honda built by Jayson's friend and Cole Foster's one-time apprentice Aaron Elliot. Today it's Jayson's turn to enjoy the spotlight.

 


Owner: Jayson Garcia

Builders: Aaron Elliott and Jayson Garcia

Shop name: AE Customs/JCSS

Donor bike: 1972 Honda CB500

Motor mods: Chopped the pipes, installed pod air filters, re-jetted the carbs

Frame mods: Custom rear triangle

Fork specs: Stock forks with cut springs

Front wheel size and specs: Stock 19" wheel with Continental 19” x 3.50” tire

Rear wheel size and specs: Stock 18" wheel w/ 130/70-18 Avon AM23

Custom-fabbed parts: Handlebars, battery box, license plate bracket, seat pan and rear fender


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Commented on 8-9-2012 At 02:05 pm
 

Dirty little American Cafe' I Like it.

Commented on 8-9-2012 At 05:22 pm
 

This thing is bitchin!

Commented on 8-10-2012 At 06:37 am
 

Nice ratty cafe!!

Commented on 8-10-2012 At 08:19 am
 

very cool. i absolutely love the stance on that thing

Commented on 8-10-2012 At 08:52 pm
 

Awesome simplicity! Nothing wrong with an all business bike like this at all. A good craigslist score and some late nights can yield similar for a lot guys looking for a cool set of wheels. Well done Jayson.

Commented on 8-11-2012 At 09:00 am
 

thats a dope cb

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