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H Jim Wiley’s CB 750 Barhopper The Deviant

Some bikes just plain commit murder even when they’re standing still, and this ’75 CB750F, dubbed “Deviant,” is one of those machines.

This stunning hybrid is a 1975 CB750F overbored to accept 849cc pistons, which the owner, H Jim Wiley, married to a collection of aftermarket HD parts.

With it’s hardtail frame and an aggressive riding stance, this old school rocket is a true backbreaking barhopper.

According to H Jim, “Doing ‘the Ton’ on this beast puts a grin from ear to ear on your face and makes you keep an eagle eye out for cracks in the pavement…”


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