For most people that ride motorcycles it is purely about cheap transport and nothing more. But for some it is a therapeutic lifestyle to both the riding and the building of their creations. When Tyson Carver lost his parents he began his therapeutic journey with a 1973 CB750. For a first time builder without the assistance of experienced veterans of the game around him Tyson made the smart decision to buy a bike with solid running gear. Knowing he had a great runner he took the bike to a friend’s garage where it could be torn down in anticipation of the addition of modern suspension and vastly improved aesthetics. The result is a stunning motorcycle that will be adored by many.
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