Custom Shop Federal Moto were commissioned to build something that would work for someone who lives and works downtown. The client wanted something light and easy to maneuver during the daily commute. So, Federal created the CB360 using two broken-down ’74 CB360 donors and pieced together into one “budget” cycle. The main goal of the build was to get rid of as much of the unnecessary bulk as possible, producing a simple yet reliable motorcycle. The custom shop de-tabbed the frame and shortened the rear of the bike while reusing the original frame hoop to save on costs. The engine was completely rebuilt, including new piston rings and honed cylinders. The tail light, headlight and turn signals have all been swapped out with smaller, lighter versions. For info and pics, head over to Federal Moto.