Honda CX500 Review
Just some brief history over this neat little machine. Great bike all
around for someone new to motorcycles and wanting to get one. Parts are
also pretty readily available as well which is a great thing. Not a whole
lot for the Exhaust but gives you a
bike to experiment and create your own style from.
Mods vs Rockers Chicago 2011 Vintage Motorcycle & Scooter Rally
2011 is the 7th year for Mods vs Rockers Chicago. Not even a small fraction
of the cool sights, sounds, people or bikes could fit into this li'l vid!
See more of the Mods vs Rockers Chicago events at Good Spark Garage.
The Annual Mods vs Rockers Event is hosted by Ton Up Club Chicago.
This video features music by Chicago's own Tracer Bullet.
Motoworks Chicago, one of the event sponsors, provided a Triumph Tiger 800
XC to use for the event and for riding two-up to film the ride.
HONDA CX 500 DVD-Trailer
This top-quality DVD presents 80 minutes of Honda's cult classic bike in
all its many variations, from its original appearance through to CXs barely
recognizable as such. Language: german+english. TV-System: PAL
more infos: www.freakframe.at
Honda CX500 Cafe Racer First Start
My overhauled 1981 Honda CX 500 Cafe racer, first start-up in a loooong
time after a lot of major work to the entire bike. Skip to 1:30 to avoid
the mucking around at the start!
Doesn't idle too good yet and small aesthetic things will be fixed soon.
Should be done within the month!
Excuse the slightly weird old man, not sure where he came from ;)
1981 Honda CX500 Custom
This is my 1981 Honda CX500 Custom with only 10k miles. I just got done
with an 8 month restoration project. I had the tank repainted, new carb
gaskets, needles, and float needles. Its finally done and looks great. I
apologize for the camera quality and the microphone...its a cheap $50
camcorder that I picked up at Walmart.
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
8 Minutes with Dime City Cycles - A look behind the scenes of The Wing'd Piston
In a few short years Dime City Cycles has been fortunate enough to earn a
loyal following as one of the many contributors to the revival of vintage
speed machines. In 2012 a team of students from Full Sail University, that
were interested in vintage motorcycles, Cafe Racers in specific, approached
Jason and Herm and asked if they could do their final project on the Dime
City Cycles brand.
They spent roughly three days shooting and a TON of time in the editing
room and came up with this final piece. In our opinion, it's perfect, it
tells our story giving those who already know us a little more intimate
view of the interior while at the same time giving those who do not yet
know us the opportunity to introduce ourselves.
Special thanks to Duke and his entire team, job well done guys!