For many of us we all have a certain bike we owned that got away, but imagine if you built a bike in the pinnacle of the seventies chopper revolution and it never got away. Imagine if you kept it preserved for over 45 years and continued riding it all that time. That's what Keith Schupp did ever since the day he got his motor back from the now famous Russ Collins of RC Engineering.
It's a 1977 cb750, in a santee frame, with a 14 over Springer that was pieced together. It's got a 19" invader front wheel and a Henry Abe 16" rear wheel. Henry Abe bread box, santee oil tank and electrical box. I made the bars and controls and the exhaust.
This one is a 1973 CB500 started as a customer build.. he then sold it back to me, and I added my own custom touches to it. I was really going for that vintage race bike look