Hondas stunned the world when it released the CBX in 1979 . Stunning as it was the bike needed a chassis to match the engine . Enter Swiss motorcycle engineer Fritz Egli who made about 30 frames to tame the engine . Due to recent demand and a refocus in his business Fritz has just produced another limited run of three Egli CBX frames . Motogallur has acquired  one of these frames and is preparing to recreate a 'Red Baron' with an Egli engineered red enamelled engine  , Egli forks , Campagnolo wheels , Brembos etc and hopes to do the original concept justice .