1973 CB350 Brat Tracker Style
Built by my father and I at HardBoiled Customs. To see more of our work and
bikes check out our Instagram @ hardboiledcustoms
This bike is for sale. If interested please email me at
1969 Honda SL350 Cafe Racer Not CB350 GoPro Hero 3+
Neil Ferrier of Orange County, California shows us his heavily customized
and beautifully restored 1969 Honda SL350 which he built in the cafe racer
style in his home garage over a one year period. All riding shots recorded
with the GoPro Hero 3+.
Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Repsol feat. GoPro Hero3 Black Edition in Süddeutschland
Audi R8 at 3:16
Motorrad: Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Repsol Edition (SC59)
Kamera: GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition
kleine Tour rund um den Kaiserstuhl
Wetterbedingungen: Bewölkt, kein Wind, Trocken
Strassenzustand: teilweise Winterschäden, wenig Splitt, wenig Salz,
Tourdaten: über Opfingen nach Hartheim, vorbei an Bad Krozingen und
zurück nach Bötzingen, Kaiserstuhl hoch nach Oberbergen-Kichlingsbergen,
über Rottweil und Vogtsburg wieder nach Hause...
Front Wheel Setting:
Motorcycle Briefcase made by Honda!!!
I think Tony Stark has one of these as well.
mykarz: "...those scooters actually came as an optional accessory with i
think it was a civic or accord in like 82-83. They were built to
specifically fit in the trunk of that car, which is pretty cool in my
opinion. Only however many cars that were sold in that time span that
had those scooters added, are how many of those that exist. Its a super
rare little scooter, so you're lucky to see one."
Silver Bullet: A Honda CB350 Reborn
Adam "Gasser" Gaspic took a lifelong romance with two-wheelers and morphed
it into a one-man operation. Gasser Customs works on everything from
everywhere--but there's a special bond with Honda's classic line of CB
sportbikes. The Silver Bullet is a gearhead's sonnet to the café bike
culture and a person's love for machines.
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Team Hansen race cb350
This is the Team Hansen sponsored Honda cb350 using our new close ratio 5
speed racing gearbox doing practice laps , running in the Modern 600cc
class, before winning the AHRMA sportsman 350 class # 1 plate for 2010.
Honda F6B : la moto qui arrache les molaires
Qui a dit que les bikers en Harley avaient une dent contre les Japonaises ?
Sûrement pas notre cobaye Jean-Eudes, alias Chicco, qui s'est rendu à la
concentration de Morzine au guidon de son nouveau bagger F6B.
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Honda Mean Mower vs BTCC Honda Civic
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Reigning Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Champion Gordon Shedden will be
aiming to keep off the grass when he heads to Silverstone for the final
round of this year's series on 13 October. But he took time out from his
preparations to have a bit of fun, lining up on the grid with three-time
champ and team-mate Matt Neal on a special mower created by their Team
The Mean Mower is a bit different to Gordon and Matt's Honda Yuasa Racing
Civics. It's based on a Honda HF2620 lawn tractor, but the regular 20bhp
614cc V-twin engine has made way for a 1,000cc V-Twin from a Honda
Firestorm motorbike. This delivers 110bhp, and gives a power-to-weight
ratio of 520bhp per tonne -- enabling the mower to do 0-60mph in under four
seconds and hit 130mph.
To cope with this huge pace, the regular mower chassis has been replaced
with a chromoly spaceframe. Suspension and wheels from an ATV help Boost the handling, plus there's a
body-hugging racing seat and Alcantara steering wheel with buttons for the
sequential gearbox. This drives the rear wheels via a chain to a rear axle
sourced from a go-kart. Yet this amazing machine can still cut grass.
The steel cutting bed is replaced by a lighter fibreglass version, and
isn't connected to the petrol engine. Instead, two electric motors spin a
3mm wire cable at 4,000rpm -- proper blades could be a bit dangerous at
100mph. The Mean Mower is similar in concept to a Yuasa Racing Civic, which
is taken off the production line in Swindon, Wilts, and heavily modified.
While the chassis and body are retained, the interior is stripped out and a
roll cage fitted. New front and rear sub-frames are installed, as are
racing-spec suspension and brakes. And while the 2.0-litre engine uses the
same block as the old Civic Type R, a turbocharger is added and most of the internals
are changed. Total output is around 330bhp, which allows the Yuasa Civic to
do up to 160mph.
But how would the BTCC racer compare with the Mean Mower on a lap of
Rockingham's National Circuit in Northants? The track is 1.7 miles long,
has a range of corners and plenty of grass that could do with a trim...
"The only way the mower could win round here is to literally cut corners,"
said Matt. "But if it doesn't, it has no chance. In fact, I reckon I could
give it a 40-second head start and still cross the finish line first."
Was Neal right to be so confident? The way the mower stumbled off the
starting line suggested so. Its tall first gear makes for lazy getaways --
be too aggressive and the engine will stall. But once moving, the Mean
Mower soon gets into its stride. In a straight line, it's quite impressive
-- but the narrow track makes it tricky through corners.
Still, after 40 seconds, the mower had completed over a third of a lap --
leaving the car with plenty of catching up to do. In fact, the Civic didn't
have the mower in its sights until it rounded the penultimate corner. This
was going to be close. As the BTCC racer entered the final hairpin, the
Mean Mower was exiting it and heading down the home straight -- just a few
hundred metres from victory.
But the distance to the finish line proved just enough for the Civic to
close the gap. In the end it pipped the mower at the post, by the narrowest
of margins. We checked the stopwatch: the BTCC car had taken one minute
18.2 seconds to do a standing-start lap. The mower completed it in one
minute 59 seconds -- a difference of 40.8 seconds. We know who won the
moral victory, though, as the Civic can't trim your grass! Little wonder
that these Honda stars are keen to be handed the Mean Mower to cut some
blades of glory in their gardens during the close season.