A collection of motorcycle design experts and craftsmen in Dresden, Germany, Hookie Co. brings the visionary spirit of backyard garage tinkering into the professional world of customized, high-performance, two-wheel vehicles. The company’s latest project is a rebuilt and augmented 1978 Honda CB750 K7 that it has dubbed the “Wolf.”
The Hookie Co. Wolf takes one of the most influential motorcycles of all time and makes it even better with a modified frame that cuts a decidedly sleeker and more aerodynamic figure. It also added finishing touches such as an aluminum underseat and tail with integrated LED backlight. If the Hookie Co. Wolf looks great, it performs even better with a completely rebuilt 830cc big bore engine, Shinko E270 tires, a custom length YSS Eco-Line rear suspension, and a GSXR USD fork front suspension with a Cognito Moto Hub. It also features Accossato Master Cylinder brakes, a Biltwell whiskey throttle, and a Spark Universal GP exhaust pipe.