Customized by John Ryland of Virginia-based workshop Classified Moto, this 1992 Honda Nighthawk, known as a CB750 outside the USA, was built for a pilot in the UAE. Aiming for a street tracker vibe, the original seat was replaced with a higher one with less of a cockpit, a narrow tank, and upright bars. The front end of a 2008 Yamaha YZF-R6R was installed using Classified’s Triple Tree Conversion and a custom billet upper clamp, while the back is suspended via a Ducati Multistrada swing arm and Hypermotard shock. Other notable Classified features include perforated nickel side panels, a stripe along the top of the bodywork, a Roy Baird seat, and gold forks. With a new bigger workshop in downtown Richmond, we can be sure to expect big things from Classified Moto this coming year.