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CB750F/K (69-82)

CB750F/K (69-82)


Often referred to as "The Granddaddy to the modern Crotch Rocket," the Honda CB750 was built in several model series between 1969 and 2003 and is recognized as a milestone for Honda's successful introduction of a transverse, overhead camshaft inline four-cylinder engine that has ever since been the dominant sport bike configuration. Though MV Agusta had sold such a model in 1965, and it had been used in racing engines before World War II, the CB750 is recognized as the four-cylinder sport bike that had a lasting impact.

The model is included in the AMA Hall of Fame Classic Bikes, the Discovery Channel's "Greatest Motorbikes Ever," and was in The Art of the Motorcycle exhibition. Although it is larger and weighs almost twice as much as its smaller CB/CL brethren, the CB750 is by some, considered the perfect Cafe Racer platform. Those who enjoy speed and power that is. Able to be bored out to over 1000cc's, the CB750 can be piloted around a GP track with ease. The longer wheelbase provides more stability at higher speeds and despite the weight it rockets out of twisties with perfection.

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