1961 Honda CB92 Benly Super Sport

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In the early 60s, Honda’s CB92 (also known as the Benly Super Sport) was one of the best small sport bikes available. The bike was sold between 1959 and 1962, and just 599 examples made it across the Pacific Ocean to the US.

The 124cc parallel twin engine produced 15 horsepower at 10,500 rpm. That was sufficient for a top speed of approximately 75 miles per hour. For more on this little jewel, check out this profile from Motorcycle Classics.

This example (VIN: CB92-1101304) has 9,400 miles and it’s been with the seller for 10 years. He apparently got the bike “up and running” but decided not to ride it, so it’s just in storage. There are a few non-original parts – the windscreen, mud flaps, and reproduction exhaust. At some point in the past the motor was upgraded with a 150cc cylinder. This isn’t perfect – the aluminum rims have flat spots and the front brake “feels mushy.” We’ll see how that affects the price. Find this Benly Super Sport for sale in Nashville, Tennessee with an opening bid of $99