1979 Honda CX 500 Custom Test Drive
Created on September 23, 2011 using FlipShare. We sold this motorcycle on ebay for $700.00. I am left this video up since it is neat to see a vintage bike riding on the road.
1978 Honda CX500 cold start + test drive
Edit: in 2013 this engine was replaced by a brand new engine. Check my other movies!
This is my 1978 Honda CX 500. After the first test run I wasn't happy with it. So last week I replaced the stator with a new one. But it still doesn't sound well. It starts on the left cylinder. When the engine warms up, the right cylinder comes in. From then on it runs fine.
Modified Honda CX500-cafe bike
This 1979 Honda CX500 V-Twin bike was seen at the Seattle International Motorcycle show. Trick bits include scalloped tank for low cafe handle bars, bar end mirrors, single rear shock on highly modified swingarm, and heat wrapped pipes.
Honda CX 500 Custom walkaround 720i HD
This is my 1980 Cx custom, and its my first real motorcycle. ive replaced both meters, (tacho and speedo), cause non of them didnt work. Bike runs fine, ive been driving about 3000 miles, and theres havent been any problems yet, only few times the gas was running end. :D But if you are looking a motorcycle with nice acceleration and it needs to be custom, i would recommend this one, because its water cooled and theres only cardain moving, no chains. But if she stops moving, u forgot to fill her up :)
My bike runs about 120 miles per tank (without using a auxiliary tank) how much does ur CX run per normaltank?
1981 Honda GL500
This is my boy Jason's new bike project. It is an 81 Honda 500. We are going to build a bunch of custom stuff for it, airbrush the tank and fenders, all that. Should be a good project. All we did before starting it was change the oil, fresh gas, Seafoam, and the help of some starting fluid.
1980 CX500 bobber
Bobber raked and lowered, / chopped and dropped, 1980 cx
1979 Honda CX500 Cafe Racer
Try to find another Cxafe bike like it! Thanks to Kingpin for declassifying the bike, Dustin from kottmotorcycles.com for the beautiful custom seat work (His seats continue to set new standards in functionality, looks, and ergonomics) no common molds used here folks! It has Raask clip-on handlebars, hump in the back, loud pipe, and ditched the dummy lights for a distraction free ride!