4h10's Honda CB 750 K7
The guy who built this bike also runs a site dedicated to the French customs scene, so it shouldn't really be a surprise that it's beautiful. It began life as a 1977 Honda that was then tweaked just a little bit in every possible location. Everything about the bike was modified with a purpose; the beautiful wrapping job on the exhaust masks 30 years of neglected metal and keeps heat away from the rider's leg, while the front fender was raised specifically so the bike would have more clearance on forested trails like the one pictured.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He’s all about that Ducati as a perfect balance of form and function.