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1977 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $2,899.99
YearYear:1977 MileageMileage:13

Martinsville, Indiana, United States

Martinsville, Indiana, United States
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Honda CB description

I have a 1977 Honda cb400f supersport for sale.  Very nice two owner bike.  This bike is super clean and in great shape.   Been taken care of.   Starts right up and runs and rides great.   Has a new battery and brand new tires.  This bike is ready to ride.   Clear title in hand.   Feel free to ask any questions and feel free to call 317-496-8803

Moto blog

Experience Morocco with Honda and Mick Extance

Tue, 24 May 2011

Press release from Honda Britain’s Dakar endurance rider Mick Extance is to lead two eight-day and two ten-day trips of a lifetime in Morocco. Riders will experience some of the most diverse and adventurous terrain in the world to include the famous Atlas mountain range, lush river valleys, beautiful sandy coasts and wide expanses of desert. Each adventure trip begins in Ouazarzate – the gateway to the Sahara - before taking in the stunning scenery through Chicaga, Tafrout, Merzouga and Boulmane Dades through the amazing Dades Gorge.

2011 Isle of Man TT Recap

Fri, 10 Jun 2011

The Isle of Man TT usually provides a lot of drama, and this year’s event was no different. John McGuinness, second on the all-time TT wins list, added two more wins to his resume to win the Joey Dunlop Trophy while MotoCzysz once again fell just short of taking the bounty for being the first electric motorcycle team to record a 100 mph lap on the Mountain Course. The 2011 Isle of Man TT also had its share of tragedy with three racing fatalities.

John McGuinness rides the electric future

Sun, 16 Jun 2013

Jump onboard with John McGuinness as he heads from the start line on his Shinden Ni / Mugen electric motorcycle in the TT Zero race. One wonders whether Honda would have announced that it is actually a Honda if McGuinness had taken the win. There's certainly plenty of Honda money behind the bike.