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1979 Honda Cb650 Custom on 2040-motos

YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:27076 ColorColor: Brown

Bettendorf, Iowa

Bettendorf, IA
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Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

TypeType:Classic / Vintage PhonePhone:(888) 391-7341

Honda CB description

1979 Honda CB650 Custom, This is a great way to get back to "Old School Cool."  This bike has great personality and has been fully serviced and ready to take you down the road.  Comes with back reast and rear rack to hold you loved ones and lunch box.  Check this out at Brenny's East, at brennys dot com, or call us at 563-359-7333.  

Moto blog

The future. But we can't have it

Thu, 10 Nov 2011

It's no secret that we motorcyclists are getting older. We're ageing because less people are passing their bike test each year (roughly 30,000 last year compared to 50,000 for the 10 years before the new two-part test) and so not only is the pool not growing it's not even being replenished and so the average age isn't being diluted down by yoof. When the going gets tough in any situation, you really get to see who's got their shit-sorted and who's light enough on their feet to adapt to change.

Honda Opens Technical Center in India, Will Introduce New Models Every Quarter

Thu, 24 Jan 2013

Honda‘s subsidiary in India is opening a new technical center to develop new models for that market. The new research and development center is the first for Honda to focus only two-wheeled vehicles, and the first in all of India to feature an advanced wind tunnel to test vehicle aerodynamics. The goal, for Honda Motorcycle and  Scooter India (HMSI) is to eventually introduce a new model to India every quarter.

Moriwaki MD250 - the stink wheel eradicator

Tue, 31 Aug 2010

This beautiful motorcycle is the Moriwaki MD250 road racer, the replacement for 125cc two-strokes in MotoGP come 2012. The alloy beam chassis houses Honda’s diminutive CRF250X uni-cam motor, normally seen wearing long travel suspension and knobbly tyres. The quick revving liquid cooled four-stroke motor offers electric-start convenience and a maintenance schedule that most two-stroke racers can only dream of.