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2011 Honda CB750 House Rockers



I hope this is not the direction handa is about to take.
 

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retro. I like it. The first street bike I ever rode was a Honda 160
 

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This is the bike I learned to ride on in the 70's (not the exact bike, but same model and color). A 1974 Kawasaki 90. I was too young to know how dangerous I really was (started riding it around the neighborhood at 10). Even my Mother, who is now in her late 80's, got her license on that machine. I went from there to a Honda three wheeler. Talk about a step backwards in safety. :rolleyes:

 

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2011 Honda CB750 House Rockers



I hope this is not the direction handa is about to take.
its like a canvas for a new cafe racer. i see nothing wrong, but a niche bike with a limited market
 

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I was looking into this after it was posted, but it appears to be an older CB750 that has been modified and updated by House Rockers.
 

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2011 Honda CB750 House Rockers



I hope this is not the direction handa is about to take.
WoW!
This is gonna need some serious mods.:D Kinda like the exhaust.

I think it is a good move on Honda's part. a lot of people are riding to save money but cant afford a new bike. Not that they need a new bike. They want a new bike. This is a good A to B bike. That's all I would use it for anyway.
 

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That CB 750 SOHC engine was the hot bike in the 70s, my first chopper build was one of those.
Yup, and every guy that had one showed-up at the shop door, wanting to chop and extend 'em. We spit-out more ill-handling, rough-riding , dangerous pieces-of-shit than you could count; but everybody loved 'em. Go figure.......

Cheers
 
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