A throw back to the garage built bobbers of the sixties, The Dime City “Sixty Five” is our interpretation of what a factory rigid Honda 450 would look like if Soichiro Honda had a taste for the wilder side of life. Simple, clean lines and a well thought out minimalist approach create a unique bike with a level of quality and engineering equal to those rolling off the factory floor in the 60’s. We start with a solid CB450 donor bike and completely disassemble it. We catalog each piece tossing aside those too far gone for restoration. We ear-mark those which make the cut and pull from our extensive resources to source NOS OE parts for those that don’t. For parts that simply cannot be found, we hand fabricate in house. We believe every motorcycle has a soul and during the restoration process it’s important to us to keep as much of that intact as possible. The most defining part of the “Sixty Five” is the bespoke rigid frame which was developed (and tested extensively) in house.