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For $200, Dayton, Ohio’s Kyle Nearing scored this 1975 Honda CB550, which had been rotting in a Midwestern yard for untold years. The motor had been removed but the price was right. At first, Nearing, whose only other bike has been a 2007 Yamaha R6, didn’t completely tear down the CB550. Instead, he got it running and installed new handlebars and an exhaust and rode it in the rough shape it was...

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By Dime City Cycles July 12, 2017 3 comments

Nick Dahlinger rescued his bike as much as he rebuilt it. A 1974 Honda CB360 in rough shape, it was on a sort of Craigslist tour, getting passed around from owner to owner who never really committed to making it run, roll and shine...

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By Dime City Cycles May 30, 2017 1 comment

One Sunday in June 2012 Paul Huber’s children surprised him with a barely salvageable pile of metal that was supposed to be a 1978 Honda CB750K. “Happy Father’s Day,” they told him..

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By Dime City Cycles May 23, 2017 5 comments

If you're going to combine brands, you could do a lot worse than Honda and Ducati. Jeff Gittleson of Wantagh, New York, proves just that with his race-inspired build using a Ducati 160 motor in a Honda frame, and it's clear why he's the current pick for Bike of the Month at DoTheTon.com. Just look at this beauty.

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By Dime City Cycles May 18, 2017 1 comment

When Alex Lopez spotted this 1974 Honda CB200 on Craigslist with a $500 price tag, he looked beyond the torn seat, rusted pipes, faded green paint and the fact that it barely ran....

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By Dime City Cycles May 10, 2017 3 comments

Our favorite anecdote from the story behind Shawn Smith’s 1974 Honda CB360 build is the fact that he found the donor bike in the furniture section of Craigslist. Motorcycles don’t make good recliners but they really could tie the room together…

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By Dime City Cycles April 27, 2017 5 comments

Some may want a better set of tools, or better welding and metal working skills. Some wish they had a bigger garage or better lighting or maybe even a heater. Rapid City, South Dakota’s Jakob Whittle would just like a little bit of shade while he builds. The fact that he needs all of the above and more didn’t keep him from building his first bike and it hasn’t kept him from starting his second.

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By Dime City Cycles April 13, 2017 4 comments

Welcome to Roebling Road Raceway and the start of the 2017 AHRMA Road Race Season The Dime City Cycles crew anxious for some track time turned in some impressive laps and brought home some serious wood.

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By Dime City Cycles March 22, 2017 No comments

All Tim Aysan wanted was a logistically smooth method of lining up ride days with his core group of Toronto-based friends. He thought starting a forum-based website would be the best way to do it and he registered the domain name dotheton.com. Over a decade later, Aysan has more than 40,000 (registered) friends, 100,000 unique monthly visitors and 800,000 posts of content. None of it was planned and when he first hit 1,000 members he thought to himself, “Really?! There’s 1,000 other people out there who like the same kind of stuff my friends and I do?”

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By Dime City Cycles March 10, 2017 1 comment

Nova Scotia’s riding season might be short but that didn’t deter 49-year-old Bob Wilson from searching for, buying and rebuilding a custom motorcycle. Even though he has a background in mechanical engineering and design, and previously owned trail bikes as a young man, this was his first attempt at rebuilding a street bike. He didn’t even have a street license before he started.

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By Dime City Cycles March 2, 2017 2 comments