1960 Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport

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Post Sale Update: This Benly sold for $15,000.

The Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport was built between 1959 and 1962, and was considered by many to be the best small-displacement sport bike of the time. American Honda says that just 599 examples made it into the US, this feature was 1 of the 288 of which were imported in 1960.

Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport - Cockpit

The 124cc parallel twin engine produced 15 horsepower at 10.5k rpm, which was enough to get the 242 pound (dry) CB92 up to about 75 miles per hour. For more on this little jewel, check out this profile from Motorcycle Classics.

Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport - Left Side

This specific Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport (VIN: CB92011058) was restored by Bill Orazio of Orazio Motorcycles, a noted classic Honda expert – note that a CA95 top end (154cc) was put on during the restoration. Since the restoration, only 118 miles have been put on it. Everything is claimed to work well, though the Yokohoma tires are starting to develop sidewall cracks. The seller will include a factory racing kit (which includes dual chrome head pipes, megaphones, racing seat, and 14k tach) for an additional $3,000.

Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport - Right Side

Find this Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport for sale in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania with bidding up to $12,100 and the reserve not yet met

If it gives you an idea what the reserve is, this bike is available directly on the seller’s website for $17,500.