Vote 2020 graphic
Everything you need to know about and expect during
the most important election of our lifetimes

Help Find This Incredibly Custom Stolen Honda CB125

Illustration for article titled Help Find This Incredibly Custom Stolen Honda CB125

Our good friend Jeannette Klein, who you will recognize from Jalopnik’s What Car Should You Buy series and from the Classic Car Club Manhattan, had her custom Honda CB125 stolen. Maybe you can help find it.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Help Find This Incredibly Custom Stolen Honda CB125
Illustration for article titled Help Find This Incredibly Custom Stolen Honda CB125
Advertisement

The motorcycle was stolen on Sunday evening around 6:30 p.m. out of Jeannette’s fiancee’s motorcycle shop at 93 Forrest Street in Brooklyn. The suspects were captured outside Tim’s shop via a security camera moments after the bike was reported stolen.

One of the suspects was riding the motorcycle, while the other rode a bicycle pushing a second in his hand. The motorcycle was stolen without the custom front fairing as shown in the photograph above.

The motorcycle was last seen Tuesday in a high-speed chase with the police near the Chauncey projects in Brooklyn, Jeannette told us.

Illustration for article titled Help Find This Incredibly Custom Stolen Honda CB125
Advertisement

The bike is heavily customized, and therefore shouldn’t be hard to distinguish from something you’d buy from a dealership, but Jeannette mentioned some features that might set it apart from the rest:

-New front and rear suspension, new brakes, new seat, new tank, new clip-ons, a custom battery box, rear sets from Loaded Gun Customs, quarter-turn throttle, Mikuni round slide carb, new tires, custom exhaust, and raw aluminum tins.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Help Find This Incredibly Custom Stolen Honda CB125

Please contact Tim Harney (917)-292-3006 or Jeannette Klein (jeannettek@classiccarclub.com) directly with any additional information.

Michael Roselli is Jalopnik's Video Creative Director.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

ksuengineer
KSUENGINEER

I hope your motorcycle is found and return without a scratch on it. That being said, if/when you get it back, a fender or fork brace NEEDS to be put on it. Also, those Chinese shocks need at least a full rebuild and the correct springs before I would consider them safe for the road.