- GB350 is a rebadged H’ness CB350 for the Japanese market
- Race-ready GB350 has been built by Moriwaki Engineering
- Gets a ton of aftermarket elements
Most of us have viewed the Honda H’ness CB350 as a tourer given its relaxed nature. While that makes sense, Japan-based Moriwaki Engineering will likely change your perspective with its race-ready GB 350. Now, the Honda GB350 is the same as the India-specific CB350 but with a different badging for the Japanese market.
In its long list of modifications for the GB350 Racer, Moriwaki has thrown in custom clip-on handlebars for easy tuck-in position, a new single-seat assembly with integrated cowl, free-flow exhaust, and a custom belly pan as well.
Moreover, a bunch of parts have also been removed for weight reduction, for instance, the rear fender, grab rails, side stand, headlight, and tail light. It also seems to be suspended on adjustable rear shocks and a different front wheel. The GB350 also gets sticky rubber to aid its track purpose further.
Moriwaki Engineering has built this one-off model for an upcoming race in Japan and may only offer a few of the bits for sale. However, in its standard aftermarket parts list, there are quite some products. That said, H’ness CB350 owners too can try their hands on modifying the bike with some inspiration from the GB350 Racer.