Beautiful Honda CB 750 F 1976.

Beautiful Honda CB 750 F 1976. 

Honda introduced the CB 750 to the American and European markets in 1969 after being successful with its small bikes. At the end of the 1960s, Honda motorcycles were generally the best-selling in the world, including the C 100 cub : the best-selling motorcycle of all time. A foretaste of what was to come came with the introduction of the revolutionary CB 450 twin- cylinders in 1966. The profits from these production bikes financed the successful racing machines and the lessons learned from the races were applied to the CB 750, which was directly aimed at the American market. After Honda representatives and founder Soichiro Honda had met with American dealers several times they understood the potential to sell larger displacement motorcycles. the Honda CB750 is a 68 horsepower crossover four cylinder air-cooled in-line engine could drive the beauty at over 200 km/h. It is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox with chain transmission and for suspension side, a telescopic fork for the front and an oscillating arm with two spring / shock absorber assemblies for the rear. It is braked by a disc at the front and a drum at the rear. Its dry weight is 218 Kg which makes it very handy. Although other manufacturers have marketed the crossover configuration, Honda has popularized the configuration with the CB 750, and the engine layout has subsequently become the dominant layout of the sports bike. The CB 750 is part of the Classic Motorcycle Hall of Fame and was named in the discovery channel’s “greatest Motorbikes ever” show, it was part of the exhibition The Art of the Motorcycle and is on display at the National Motor Museum in the United Kingdom. The Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan classifies the 1969 CB 750 as one of the 240 symbols of Japanese automotive technology, and our Honda chassis No. 1031223 was produced on May 21, 1976, of French origin with 64 183 kilometers on the clock.  It will allow you to enjoy beautiful walks with a limited budget and exemplary reliability.