Honda 305 Dream 1/8 Mile World Record Attempt!
Richard Riegler pilots a 1965 Honda 305 Dream to a 13.19, 51.99 MPH run at
the "Motor Speedway" event held at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park near
Englishtown, NJ. He eventually would dip into the high 12's on the 1/8th
Oakys Garage: 1964 CA77 Honda Resoration Help Part 1
Nice guy from Worcester MA brought me this beautiful '64 305 Dream. Nice
example of keeping a classic in one piece. Not perfect, but I could make
closer to the show winner that it is. It started right up with the electric
start!! Needs a little TLC, which it will get. If it stops raining, I'll
take it for a rip.....burn outs, front and back wheelies!!! Just
At 54 yrs..............I love my life.....Thanks to my viewers!!!!
1965 HONDA 305 CL77 SCRAMBLER - Riding with the 'Snuffs' open
The 1965 Honda CL77 was the first year that Scramblers had the 305 engine.
They also retained several characteristics from the earlier CL72 Scramblers
including: seamless gas tank, small brakes, painted steel front fork down
tubes, metal front foot pegs, slotted chain guard, square rear sprocket
hub, removable 2 into 1 muffler and a small tail light.
Honda Dream Ca77 1966
I did a lot of work to her over the winter. New spokes and rims, tires,
beach bars,cables, white grips, mufflers. Polished all the aluminum I
could. I even got my hands on an original tire pump lock and custom fit a
BMW pump to attach to the side for that something extra.
1965 Honda 305 Dream Up and running
This is a true piece of motorcycling history for you. A 1965 Honda 305
Dream up and running - Bike is bone stock and pristine other than cosmetics
which will clean up with wax and some Mothers Mag n Aluminum Polish...
Maybe some Simichrome on the pipes for grins and giggles - Those white
walls are the same as what she originally had
MOTORRAD-Kultbike: Honda CB 72
Vor gut 50 Jahren machte Honda mit der CB 72 Supersport den zaghaften
europäischen Herstellern mächtig Beine. Den ganzen Bericht gibt es in
MOTORRAD Heft 4, das am 31.01.2014 erscheint.
1964 Honda C72 Dream Air Filter Fix
Getting my old Honda Dream back on the road - Decided to take the air
filter out which I've never done since I started riding her around 1983.
Ait filter, Oil filter clean , Fresh Oil , and the Fuel Tap has been an
issue for about 6 years so gave that another go with parts from a 305
spares bike I've got and finally it seems to seal , but I still need to
order new tap seals at some stage. - bikes had 15,000 miles when my brother
bought her for $100 in 1979 - Engine was dismantled but was perfect - was
original black at that stage - forks needed straightening - was rebuilt
in 1980 by my father as a cheap commute bike for my brother and myself and
not as a restoration hence the battery and taillight mods - Rear struts
modified to allow oil refill. Stopped riding as commute bike around 86 -
Now has 42,000 miles - oil changed every 1000 miles as we were advised
when we bought it that big end normally went around 40,000 miles on these
bikes. Thinking I'll get club permit plates so I can give the old girl 1
last 1000 miles run before storing away for my son to treasure.
1964 Honda CA77E 305cc Dream - Up and running and done
This is the final product for this one - other than we did pick up a brand
new battery for it after shooting the video ( the modern replacement that I
rigged the bracket for earlier)... Babygirl look and sound pretty damn
sweet for a 48 year old bike