Category Archives: CB65 Honda Motorcycle
The 2013 CB500F ABS costs $5,999, a reasonable price to pay for a member of the 500cc class of 2013 standard motorcycles (the average price is $6,495). A 12-month factory warranty from Honda helps protect new buyers.
Over the course of two years, this award-winning Honda CB Cafe Racer was created by Exesor Motorcycles, a custom bike outfit based out of Austria. The company is run by quality control engineer Christian Schwarzenlander, who assembled the cafe racer using parts culled from a Honda CB250 (basketcase and frame), CB360 (the motor, bored out to 390 cc) and CB400 (swingarm). For the uniquely vintage look, Schwarzenlander adhered to a self-imposed rule: no chrome. “Every metal part is either nickel-plated, black chrome galvanized or made from bare stainless steel,” he says. The build would go on to take top honors in the annual competition of the prestigious German magazine Custombike — the first ever win for a cafe style bike or a Honda. Check out detailed looks below.
1975 Honda CB 550 4 Cylinder on 30-A. Excellent condition top to bottom. Just had $1200 worth of work performed at Harley of PCB, with supporting paper work. Carbs rebuilt, New Plugs, wires all fluids changed etc…
22,170mi. Runs Smooth and fast.
Will consider trade for street legal golf cart
HONDA CB 650 SC Nighthawk (1982 – 1986) Description & History: The 1982 CB 650 SC Nighthawk motorcycle is able to reach a top speed of 196 km/h with a fuel consumption average of 50.4 mp/g.
HONDA CB 550 Nighthawk (1982 – 1984) Description & History: Manufactured for approximately 2 years, between 1982 and 1984, Honda’s CB 550 Nighthawk is able to reach a top speed of 186 km/h with a fuel consumption of 4.9 litres per 100 km.
HONDA CB 1100 F (1983 – 1984) Description & History: The Honda CB 1100 F, the 1983 model, came with a 20 litres fuel capacity and an engine which could develop 110 horsepower at 8500 rpm.
HONDA CB 750 Nighthawk (1984 – 1989) Description & History: The CB 750 Nighthawk is a motorcycle produced by the famous Japanese company Honda, the manufacturer keeping it in production for only 5 years, between 1984 and 1989.