Honda CB Series
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1. What was the Honda with a 325cc twin-cylinder, four-stroke
motorcycle produced between 1968 and 1973?
2. The Honda CB125s is a 122 cc motorcycle manufactured by Honda from
1973-1985 in the US. It features an overhead camshaft (OHC) engine
with a 9500 rpm redline.
What was the gas mileage in miles per gallon?
3. Many CB models are still sold as commuting and cruising bikes. All
CB series motorbikes have inline engines.
4. The Honda CB500 four, introduced early in the 1970's, was
similarly styled to the CB750, but smaller and lighter, with an output
of 48bhp and a manufacturer's specified top speed of 102 mph.
5. The Honda CB450 was the first "big" Honda motorcycle
with a 444cc dual overhead cam engine producing 43-45 horsepower (more
than 100 HP/ litre). Appearing first in the 1965 four-speed K0 model,
and progressing through a series of KX models with various improvements
and styling changes, notably a redesigned gas tank and 5 speed
transmission in the 1968 K1 model.
What was it called in the US?
- Black Bomber
- Flying Wedge
6. The Honda CB750 is a motorcycle built in several model series
between 1969 and 2003. The CB750 offered two unprecedented features: its disc brake and its
inline four cylinder engine -- neither of which were previously
available on mainstream, affordable, production bikes.
What was the
early bikes suggested price?
7. The Honda Superhawk CB77 is a 305cc twin-cylinder motorcycle and
was produced from 1961 until 1967 (although there are some
Who rode a 1964 Honda Superhawk CB77 during the
trip that led to his popular book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle
- Robert Morris
- Robert M. Pirsig
- Chad Pennington
8. The CB175 was produced from 1970-1975.
What was the bike's main
rival of the day?
- Suzuki GT185
- Yamaha 1750 Lighting
- Kawasaki 175
9. The Honda CB900F (also called the 919 in the U.S. and Hornet in
Europe) is a "standard" or "naked" style
motorcycle based on a sport bike engine but with a more upright seating
position and revised engine and gearing, providing performance and
comfort between a typical sport bike and a cruiser.
What replaced the
- Honda CB1000R
- Honda CB1200R
- Honda CB1400R
10. The Honda CB550 is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda. It
is considered the younger cousin to Honda's CB750.
What year was the