1965 Honda CB77 Superhawk
My 1965 CB77. Might be the most beautiful thing next to Sarah Palin. Runs
perfect and handles like a Superhawk should. And no its not for sale.
Filmed with my Canon 5d mark ii with a 50mm lens.
1965 Honda 305 Superhawk Restoration
Startup and idling while doing a walk around, then riding it away and
coming back at the camera. For sale. Let me know if you are interested in
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.
Very rare 1966 Honda 305 Scrambler
Classic Honda 305 Scrambler on display at the Encinitas Car show. Video by
Doug Parran. I wish Honda still made classic motorcycles like this!
Apparently a lot of others do, too, judging from the number of viewers.
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Honda 305 Dream
!967 unrestored Dream with new solo seat. Feels a little better on my rear.
The stock seat is kind of narrow and hurts before long.
RACING HONDA CL72 CL77 SCRAMBLERS BACK IN THE 60s
The Honda CL72 (250) Scrambler, introduced in 1962, launched a new category
of dual-purpose motorcycle. It had a sturdy cradle frame, increased ground
clearance, upswept Exhaust, and larger
The first real test for the Scrambler came in March 1962 when Dave Ekins, a
pioneering off-road racer and Bill Robertson, a Honda dealer, set the 1000
mile Tijuana-to-La Paz, Mexico record riding Honda CL72 Scramblers.
It wasn't long before Scramblers were being modified for racing.
Aftermarket race parts were soon available.
While maybe not the fastest of race bikes, the Honda Scrambler did make its
mark, all while being one of the best looking and sounding bikes on the
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
1969 Honda Dream 305 cc
Restored in 2003, stored in the Sloan Museum in Flint Michigan from until
2009. I purchased this early summer of 2010. Fixed 3 electrical probs and
recovered the seat, also fixed the leaky petcock. Runs and rides awesome.
Just showed it at the 2011 Indiana Motorcycle Expo. Currently im restoring
some white fiberglass Buco Bags.