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whogasak47
08-01-2007, 17:49
http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/News/newsresults/mcn/2007/July/july16-22/jul1607newhondacb750motorcyclerumoured/?R=EPI-92750



Good Luck and Ride Safe:thumbsup:

http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/whogasa1200/78k.jpg



I sure hope so.

http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/whogasa1200/CB750.jpg

fnfalman
08-02-2007, 17:40
Why let the Duck and Triumph boys have retro fun? I've always liked the CB series, especially the CBX.

raxar
08-08-2007, 15:15
am I the only one who likes that style of bike more than a typical harley clone? I just wish they'd bring one out in the 250-450cc engine size

michael t
08-09-2007, 20:46
Originally posted by raxar
am I the only one who likes that style of bike more than a typical harley clone? I just wish they'd bring one out in the 250-450cc engine size


no Iam with you. I like to see a 305 Superhawk again. Was my first bike.

whogasak47
08-10-2007, 06:06
Originally posted by michael t
no Iam with you. I like to see a 305 Superhawk again. Was my first bike.

And I will trade you a ride. Great Bikes! Good Luck and Ride Safe:thumbsup:

http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/whogasa1200/superhawk.jpg

DriBak
08-15-2007, 19:45
I hope it hits the US market, they (Japanese) already make a lot of "retro" bikes that are not imported

Infallible
08-16-2007, 17:09
I hate to point out the obvious but thats an old one with a DOHC 4 motor in it. Look at the brakes. Whatever that is, its not the new CB750.

whogasak47
08-17-2007, 08:15
Originally posted by Infallible
I hate to point out the obvious but thats an old one with a DOHC 4 motor in it. Look at the brakes. Whatever that is, its not the new CB750.

Agreed. that is the only image I could find newer than the Original.

For a 2009 40th anniversary , I suspect Honda will really keep a tight lid on it. I just hope it does not have spoked wheels. Tubeless
radials have spoiled me. Good Luck and Ride Safe:thumbsup:

nsb22
08-17-2007, 20:07
I would love to have an old style bike like that again! My 2nd bike was a KZ440LTD and it was a blast to ride!

I had put lower bars on it and was going to make it into a cafe racer, but then I sold it. I still wish I had that bike!

ZZR guy
08-20-2007, 18:24
[QUOTE]Originally posted by nsb22
[B]I would love to have an old style bike like that again! My 2nd bike was a KZ440LTD and it was a blast to ride!

My first bike was a Kz440 and I loved but I had to get something bigger, I wish I had it back.

ZZR guy
08-20-2007, 18:26
please delete

ZZR guy
08-20-2007, 18:31
Here is a picture of it.

bgraff1
08-23-2007, 19:01
zzr guy- I just got back from riding my 1978 kz750- looks just like yours- same seat, color. bought it three years ago for $750- have put about 3k a year on it- now has 15k- love it.

spober
09-20-2007, 18:51
i miss my 79 750 CBK.I HAD HER IN 95.PAID 800 BUCKS FOR HER.ADD A FEW HUNDRED AND I HAD A FANTATIC BIKE.

whogasak47
09-22-2007, 07:06
Possible CB1100F I Like it. Good Luck and Ride Safe:thumbsup:


http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/whogasa1200/1100fconcept.jpg

Penguini66
10-03-2007, 13:16
A retro CB750 would be hella cool. I had to sell my '74 a few years ago when I moved to a place without a garage. I miss that bike:

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e239/ec1228/1974_cb750/04.jpg

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e239/ec1228/1974_cb750/01.jpg

epsylum
10-04-2007, 18:07
Originally posted by whogasak47
Possible CB1100F I Like it. Good Luck and Ride Safe:thumbsup:

You and me both. I hope they sell it over here.

norton
10-27-2007, 15:10
I owned a 1978 CB 750. the last version of the sohc motor CB. It was overweight and slow.
I also owned a CB 400F. It was a rev puppy, fun to ride.
Ditto a 1995 CB1000. the big one. It was a retro bike, and a sales flop, too soft a motor, but very nicely made.
Hope the retro CB 750 has better brakes, and they lighten up the throttle return springs.

aaronrkelly
10-29-2007, 03:05
My first bike was a Kz440 and I loved but I had to get something bigger, I wish I had it back.

Im struggling right now with the decision to get rid of my first bike.

Its a 1980 KZ1000 that I bought this August and put 6K miles on in just a few short months, Ive been everywhere on that bike. Last week I bought a 2001 Yamaha VStar Classic. I still got the KZ out a few times and rode it, complete different bike.......and being my first I really would like to keep it.

However the money could be handy and I could have sold it half a dozen times for what I have in it.....what to do.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v67/aaronrkelly/Vehicles/Picture007.jpg

I think I will atleast hold on to it until Spring comes around again....

sdsnet
10-29-2007, 03:16
Get rid of the VStar and keep the KZ.

Washington,D.C.
10-29-2007, 07:12
I put a big bore kit on a CB-750 and it made it a 900. I put a big bore kit on a Triumph Tiger 650 when I was in high school. That made it an 800.

Ralphumor
11-04-2007, 09:15
Im struggling right now with the decision to get rid of my first bike.

Its a 1980 KZ1000 that I bought this August and put 6K miles on in just a few short months, Ive been everywhere on that bike. Last week I bought a 2001 Yamaha VStar Classic. I still got the KZ out a few times and rode it, complete different bike.......and being my first I really would like to keep it.

However the money could be handy and I could have sold it half a dozen times for what I have in it.....what to do.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v67/aaronrkelly/Vehicles/Picture007.jpg

I think I will atleast hold on to it until Spring comes around again....


My first street bike was/is a 84 700 Shadow. I have rode the wheels off is and LOVE IT. What a blast of a bike to ride. Bout 4 years ago I bought a 85 GoldWing. Well as much fun as the Shadow is/was to ride it sits and just dies a little more every day. It needs a battery and carbs cleaned by now. It sits and dies every day. I need to sell it so it doesnt die. I have offers but I just cant do it. I need to though. I can tell you dont let your KZ die if you keep it. Good luck on your choice. I am leaning toward selling my Shadow.

aaronrkelly
11-04-2007, 12:12
My first street bike was/is a 84 700 Shadow. I have rode the wheels off is and LOVE IT. What a blast of a bike to ride. Bout 4 years ago I bought a 85 GoldWing. Well as much fun as the Shadow is/was to ride it sits and just dies a little more every day. It needs a battery and carbs cleaned by now. It sits and dies every day. I need to sell it so it doesnt die. I have offers but I just cant do it. I need to though. I can tell you dont let your KZ die if you keep it. Good luck on your choice. I am leaning toward selling my Shadow.

I fire it up atleast once aweek and take it for a ride. After riding that overweight porky V-Star the KZ is like riding a sport bike. Its tall, narrow......has all kinds of power.....pulls hard, stops great.....its just a blast to ride.