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Jimmy Lewis' Honda CR60 Lives! - Dirt Rider Magazine | MiniRider.com

Jimmy Lewis' Honda CR60 Lives! - Dirt Rider Magazine | MiniRider.com

SYM Wolf Classic 150 - Classic Japanese Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

SYM Wolf Classic 150 - Classic Japanese Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

1982 HONDA XR550 PPARIS-DAKAR CHAMPION Motorcycle of Cyril Neveu (renumbered #95)

1982 HONDA XR550 PPARIS-DAKAR CHAMPION Motorcycle of Cyril Neveu (renumbered #95)

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After the success of the Honda CB750, Honda decided to build a complete range of motorcycles designed along similar lines. Their first try at a small-bore four appeared in 1972 in the shape of the CB350 Four. Impressively engineered, it was also seriously underpowered for its weight, and was pulled from the Honda lineup after two short years. The next iteration of a smaller four appeared in 1975 in the form of the Honda CB400F. Article by Margie Siegal, photo by Nick Cedar, July/August 2011.

After the success of the Honda CB750, Honda decided to build a complete range of motorcycles designed along similar lines. Their first try at a small-bore four appeared in 1972 in the shape of the CB350 Four. Impressively engineered, it was also seriously underpowered for its weight, and was pulled from the Honda lineup after two short years. The next iteration of a smaller four appeared in 1975 in the form of the Honda CB400F. Article by Margie Siegal, photo by Nick Cedar, July/August 2011.

Honda - one of my most favorite ads. The bike looks beautiful just stock without any aftermarket items. 1985