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1966 Honda CB77 SuperHawk Wild Ride!

This is a short ride aboard my 1966 Honda CB77 SuperHawk Special. Hang on!


 


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Twisties on my vintage CB77 superhawk
Not crazy fast or technically perfect, just cruising along and generating a little adrenaline. This is what a '62 Superhawk likes! Me too!





1966 Honda RC166 Exhaust Engine Sound
Honda RC166 from 1966 250cc on 6 cylinder amazing sound





1962 Honda CB77 Superhawk - Warm Up & Walkaround
I thought I'd shoot a quick walk around of my 1962 Honda CB77 Superhawk that I restored. I had just finished fabricating a brand new pair of British Amal 626 MKI concentric carbs to replace the last weak link in the restoration, the overly worn out and irreplaceable Keihin carbs. I was in the midst of re-warming up the (very cold blooded) bike, setting proper idle, etc. throughout the tuning process. The Exhaust is a real beast. The overrun at 6k rpm under load still gives me chills going through a tunnel. If you want to enjoy the sound this bike makes, you'll have to throw a pair of headphones on. Just before filming this I had finished riding her from Sacramento, CA to Seattle, WA and back along the Pacific coast, 2,500 miles in 5 days. I have to say, restoring this bike was a real challenge. Anything that could have needed replacement or repair, did. 50 years of neglect and abuse can really take it's toll on a machine. But now, it's better than every and I'm happy and proud of both the journey and end result. This is a machine you can't walk into a anywhere it buy. It's paid for with blood, sweat, and most importantly patience. More photos of the bike here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/1962_cb77_restore/





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.





1968 Honda CB77 305 Superhawk
a walk around and startup of the bike





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 wheels. 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 track.





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."





CB77 LOC 筑波 予選





www.SergesAutoSales.com SOLD1968 CB77 SuperHawk
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2015 Honda VFR800X Crossrunner
Honda Motorcycles of Europe announced a new 2015 Honda VFR800X Crossrunner. The Crossrunner, available in the European market, offers an Adventure Touring riding position, along with a wide-handlebar and longer travel suspension. The 2015 VFR800X Crossrunner boasts a host of improvements, which are the first major changes to the bike since it went on sale in 2011. Revisions include more power from the 800cc V4 engine, increased suspension travel and new sharper adventure styling. Full LED lighting (headlight, taillight and turn signals) provides a more modern appearance. The Crossrunner also gets the traction control system from the bigger Crosstourer model, which Honda calls its Selectable Torque Control System (S-TCS). he new VFR800X offers adjustable seat height, with two height options to accommodate riders of different sizes. At the heart of the machine remains its VTEC-equipped 90° V4 DOHC 16-valve engine, originally adapted from the VFR800 Sport Tourer. The VFR800X Crossrunner now offers increased low and mid-range torque. Peak power has increased from 100 hp (75kW) @ 10,000 rpm to 105 (78kW) @ 10,250 rpm. The improved power, increased suspension travel and additional standard equipment should make the Crossrunner a more competitive option in the middle-weight adventure touring category.





1967 Honda CB77 Superhawk
Nice bike. $1700.





CB72 改77 クラブマンレーサー
1967製    オリジナルとは 何ぞや? 元気でカッコよければ、全て良し。





JAPANESE CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE/ HONDA CB72/ 1961
ホンダCB72が登場する昭和36年の映画の一場面です。 津川雅彦主演、タイトルを明記すると削除されますので タイトルを知りたい方はメールにてお伝え下さい。





1965 Honda CB77 305 Superhawk
Honda Superhawk built specifically by Honda to beat Triumphs and BSA's in the Isle of Man race





2014 Honda Motorcycles line-up (1) - Nieuwsmotor.nl
2014 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP, CB650F, CBR650F, CTX1300 en CTX700N, VFR800F, Crosstourer, CBR1000RR Fireblade, Integra, NC750X, NC750S @ CBR300R - See more at: http://www.nieuwsmotor.nl/premium-persberichten/18949-2014-honda-eicma.html Part II: http://youtu.be/NK1K3c0lEVU Part III: ttp://youtu.be/zL8Je1INqUI Video courtesy of EICMA





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