- It’s a Honda GB350 turned into a cafe-racer
- Customized by a Japanese workshop called Active
- Gets cosmetic modifications and bare minimum mechanical tweaks
While India got the Honda H’ness CB350, the Japanese bikemaker launched the GB350 on its home turf. The latter has served as the canvas for quite some modifications like this race-ready model and now a custom cafe racer by Active.
Active is a Japan-based custom workshop that has transformed the GB350 into a thorough cafe racer model. It has received a bunch of cosmetic changes and now looks even more desirable. Starting off the list is a custom-built tank from JAMTEC, it aids in shedding off 4kg.
Moreover, the entire frame appears to be bone stock but Active has slapped on a performance damper for stiffness.
Furthermore, the rear springs have been lowered to give the GB350 a low stance and even the original wheels have made way for 6-spoked units. The bike is also equipped with foldable levers, clip-on handles, and twin-analog dials as well. The cafe-racer gets a single-seat setup with a rear seat cowl.
In Japan, the Honda GB350 retails at JPY 5,94,000 (approximately Rs 3.4 lakh excluding taxes). That’s almost one and half times the cost of a Honda H’ness CB350 sold in India.