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336 Miles – 1976 Kawasaki KZ900

In Japan, Sport by Jeffrey PamerLeave a Comment

When Honda released the CB750, a lot changed. The entire motorcycling world, and industry had to take a deep breath and adjust. Some manufacturers took longer to do so than others. Some downplayed the tectonic shift that the new Honda was, and those who did either barely, or didn’t survive. Adapt or die.

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End of an Era – 1994 Honda CT70

In Japan, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

Officially, 1994 was the last year of production for the venerable CT70. 4 years later, Honda’s patent would expire and the world was flooded with clones. This example has just 148 miles and the seller claims it’s like new. In his or her words, “this bike has always been stored in a climate controlled environment and it shows.” The sale …