Great bike to cafe for sale in New Hampshire. It’s a 1973 Honda CB350. The seller is asking $2,000.
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Pipeburn has the story on this 1974 Honda CL360 customized by Modern Metals. I can safely say that I like the bike, but I would have done a few things differently. I don’t like the gold frame, I think it looks gaudy. And I’m not a fan of the tank paint job. With the frame… Read more »
I love this bike. It looks like you can just hop on it and ride off. I wouldn’t change anything on it. Check it out on Craigslist. This bike is located in Los Angeles.
I found this on Craigslist. It’s two Honda CB350s. One supposedly ran a year ago and the other is an incomplete parts bike. I wouldn’t be into these bikes for $1,500, but someone looking for a project …
Check out this custom bike, I love me some flat black paint. It’s listed on Craigslist.
This 1974 Honda CB125 looks pretty clean. Great bike to knock around town on. I don’t know if I would be into for $900, but it looks nice.
This crew builds some pretty sick bikes. I like their style, it feels understated. Like the CX500 that they did. It looks like how Honda should make the bike now, if they were making that bike today.
If I had a couple of extra bucks right now, I’d buy this 1972 Honda XL70. The seller is asking $300 for it, it would be a great bike for when the kids get a little bigger and it looks like it would clean up really nice. Check out the full ad on Craigslist.
When you think of a dual-sport motorcycle, the first things that comes to mind are the Dakar rally bikes and more recently the BMW GS series ridden by actor’s Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman used on their world famous rides around the globe. What doesn’t come to mind is a handcrafted, urban assault style, custom… Read more »
One of the ways that I seek inspiration is by examining the work of people who are much more talented than myself. While waiting for the snow and ice to melt, I was browsing motorcycle sites to see what the possibilities are for my little ’78 Honda CB400 Hawk II. I found it over at… Read more »