Motorcycle today has become a primary means of transportation daily. Sold at a price that is affordable and functional features that make many people dropped their choice for the iron horse to accompany daily activity.
In fact, the number of users of a model or the most advanced technology and distinctive design that is brought make motorcycle can be an icon of the manufacturer. Although now no longer produced, the fact remains iconic motorcycle sought to become a collector's item. One automaker that has iconic model is Honda. The renowned Japanese manufacturer is known to produce two-wheeled vehicles that is fuel efficient.
Want to know what are the iconic motorcycles ever produced by Honda, following the brief descriptions, as reported by Gearpatrol on Friday, February 20, 2015:
1. Honda Super Cub
Honda Super Cub became the most popular motorcycle in the world and has been produced since 55 years ago. In fact, the Super Cub has been marketed in 15 countries around the world and continue to be produced until today.
|1958 Honda Super Cub. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1B3OQhx)|
2. Honda CB77
Honda CB77 is the forerunner of the modern sport bike from Honda. This bike is powered by a two-cylinder engine that has a capacity of 305 CC.
|1964 Honda CB77. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1LsP4zH)|
3. Honda CB750
In 1969, Honda introduced the CB750 motorcycle variant with a four-cylinder engine. Explained, this is a forerunner to the Superbike is quite easy to generate speeds of up to 193 km/h.
|1969 Honda CB750. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1LsPyG3)|
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