Rawhide Cycles gave this Honda the Midas touch

Aptly christened the ‘Golden Goose’, this Honda CB750 is the Idaho-based custom bike builder Rawhide Cycle’s maiden project…

Golden Goose

Rawhide Cycles’ founder Brandon Wurtz honed his skills working in high-end automotive restoration. The ‘Golden Goose’ is his first two-wheeled project and, rather than a radical overhaul, is more of a tasteful evolution of the original 1971 Honda CB750, inspired by American muscle cars of the same era. Minimalism was the brief, and the extensive list of modifications combine to make this one slick looking CB750. Finished in a beguiling shade of metallic gold (with gloss black and chrome accents elsewhere), this Goose is more than ready to fly the nest. 

Photos: Peter Lovera for Rawhide Motorcycles

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