Only available for 3 short years after replacing the venerable CB350, the CB360 still managed to create it's own loyal following. Tuned for torque and running a 6 speed gear box, this nimble little bruiser had no problem keeping up with bigger bikes.

In this build we took a first year CB360 and reimagined it into the sporty brat you see below.

We started by lopping off the rear of the seat tubes so we could weld on one of our custom fabricated seat hoops.

Seat hoop and pan are installed! Now it's ready for cleaning and powder coating.

Back from powder coating we installed the freshly painted motor, new rear shocks, forks and clip-ons. The motor was treated to all new gaskets and a stainless steel engine bolt set that really makes it stand out.

The wheels and hubs also received the powder coat treatment and were wrapped with Coker Classic Blackwall tires. Black stainless steel spokes tie it all together.

Here you can see the wheels, seat, headlight and heat wrapped custom exhaust installed.

Final mockup with the rear sets installed before she goes off to paint!

After paint and final assembly we rolled her out into the sun to shoot some glamour shots! 

On her first ride we took her down to the lake where she was already turning heads.

Build sheet:

  • Frame cut and seat hoop installed

  • Powder coated frame, swing arm and hubs

  • New rear shocks

  • engine painted and reassembled with new gaskets

  • Heat wrapped custom exhaust

  • Rear sets installed

  • 3" Folding bar end mirror

  • New chain

  • Stainless steel engine bolt set

  • Vintage style for gaiters

  • Black billet grips

  • Black lever assemblies

  • Chrome single cable throttle assembly