1975 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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This auction is for a real barn find 1975 Honda CB750K3 . I just picked this out of a barn in Upstate NY where it had sat in a old Farm Milk house for the last 30 years. To my surprise the motor still turns over fine and the wheels roll. This would be a great bike to restore or to us as a base for a custom build. Clear title in hand.The seat needs to be recovered but it still has a great base This bike will need a complete restoration or just get it running and ride it as a rat bike.
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Moto blogMon, 19 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Honda has been making motions about its intentions to enter the electric motorcycle market with the RC-E concept bike and the Mugen Shinden Ni electric race bike (pictured above). Those plans are further bolstered by the news Honda will be constructing a test track dedicated entirely to the development of electric motorcycles and cars. Building an entirely new test track requires a massive amount of resources, and Honda intends to make this project 100% self-sustainable by using 70,000 solar panels, spread out over 33 hectares, with the track and remaining facilities taking up another 25 hectares.Tue, 20 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800
R&G Racing have released the first available tail tidy and crash protection accessories for the 2012 Honda Fireblade This is what R&G have to say about the new products for the 2012 Fireblade: Crafted from 2mm thick stainless steel for lightness and powder-coated black for a high quality finish, the Tail Tidy is easy to install and comes with comprehensive, step-by-step fitting instructions. Currently the only product of its type available for the 2012 Honda CBR1000RR, the £79.99 Tail Tidy features an ultra bright LED number plate light and can retain the standard Honda indicators or be used with R&G’s own Micro Indicators (£27.49). Also included in the box are spacer options for the indicator mounts to work round different size number plates.Tue, 12 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Honda‘s CBR250R has done fairly well for itself since its introduction in 2011, helping to revitalize the entry-level segment of the market in the U.S. What some people may not realize is Honda has been producing a 250cc-class called the VTR250. Available in its current form since 1997, the Honda VTR250 is a naked standard with a Ducati Monster-esque trellis frame offered in the Asia-Pacific region.
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