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1967 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

YearYear:1967 MileageMileage:110 ColorColor: Black
Location:

St. George, Utah, United States

St. George, Utah, United States
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Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):160

Honda CB description

1967 Honda CB 160 cafe racer. I built this bike for my daughter but she doesn't want it. So Im selling it to fund my next project. Engine is completely rebuild as well as frame taken down and re painted rebuild front suspension new Avon tires. Hydrolic clutch and front break. Custom blood red on black paint. Has a iPhone charger that acts as a speedo on it. This is a fun little bike. 

Moto blog

Help settle an argument

Wed, 08 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

I'm happy to admit that I'm a little bit different; I believe that brown is an underused colour in motorcycling and we need to move on from custom café racers and introduce a dustbin fairing craze - you know I'm right. So, as Ben Cope - known around the Visordown office for being rather stubborn - and I were looking over various scooters on the 'net we uncovered the above machine, Honda's Big Ruckus 250. Instantly I thought that the Big Ruckus was absolutely cool, whereas Ben likened it to a 'mobility scooter'.

Mac Motorcycles

Thu, 28 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700

British motorcycle design studio Xenophya Design and product designer Ellis Pitt have teamed up to produce a new company, Mac Motorcycles. Based out of Upton-Upon-Severn in Worcestershire, England, Mac Motorcycles will produce a line of bikes powered by Buell’s air-cooled single cylinder 492cc engines used in the Blast, with a tubular backbone frame. On the company’s website, Pitt describes its bikes as being simple to maintain, include references and details from choppers and bobbers and feature “Harley posture, flat-track manners, Ducati handling”.

GSX-R600 and CBR250R the glass is half full

Wed, 13 Oct 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Suzuki’s GSX-R600 might not look that much different to the outgoing model but I suspect this bike could be very much a dark horse in 2011. I say this because two years ago I was definitely not building my hopes up en route to the K9 GSXR 1000 launch. The leaked pictures suggested the biggest change from the 2007 version would be some fresh graphics but I was so wrong.  As it turned out, I was greeted in Almeria with a brand new bike, built from the tarmac up and it proved to be more than a match in every department for the much hyped 2009 Yamaha R1.