1982 Honda CB900F Super Sport

In Japan, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This CB900F did not meet reserve despite 9 bids up to $4,050.

In the late 70s, Honda offered both a CB750F and a CB900F, but per their marketing department the US only got the 750 and Europe only got the 900. Both markets were upset about this because humans always think the grass is greener on the other side. It took a few years, but Honda eventually satisfied the US by bringing the 900F over as well, and the press loved it. Cycle magazine called it “one of the best performance buys on the market.” This example is being offered by a long time friend of Bike-urious and a long time member of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club – I actually saw him snag this beauty at Mecum Las Vegas this year, but now he needs to let it go. Will you be the next caretaker?

The 901cc inline four engine put out 89 horsepower and 56 pound-feet of torque, good for a top speed of about 135 miles per hour. For more on the 900F, check out this profile from Motorcycle Classics.

This example (VIN: JH2SC0107CM105248) has 4,783 miles and Bob is selling it because he just got a CBX. It previously came from a large collection of classic Japanese motorcycles, and it’s highly original. The seller says everything works but it should get new tires if you want to ride. He also installed Progressive fork springs and replaced the front brake master cylinder.

Bob with his “new” bike at Mecum:

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