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CB/CL360 (74-76)

CB/CL360 (74-76)


The Honda CB360 was a twin cylinder four-stroke motorcycle produced from 1974-1976 as the successor to the CB350. Following in the footsteps of the enormously successful CB350 Twin, and providing an alternative to the revered CB350F and CB400F, the CB360 of 1974 was an all new motorcycle. The 360 engine was tuned for broad range torque, and ran through a six speed gearbox. The model had a short manufacturing life from 1974-76 and did not gain market success despite improvements in some areas (such as an optional disc front brake). In an ever growing vintage cafe racer culture these improvements, albeit 35 years later are not going unnoticed. A perfect fit for races with long straights, the six speed transmission and updated torque curves allow the 360 to pull away from its predecessors with ease. Small and nimble, it's a perfect platform for a cafe racer.

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