Honda

From the moment it was launched, the Honda RC-30 was always an object of desire. We all know it’s a story that’s been trotted out by the media…

 

Saying ‘konnichiwa’ to Honda’s NS400R was not the ‘Banzai’ charge that other two stroke race replica’s offered in the mid-80s; it was no shrinking violet either. You didn’t…

 

Production of the single cam CB750 ended in 1978 with the last of the K and F series machines being coded ‘78’ and offered for sale in the…

 

The last word in motorcycling exotica in its day, the Honda NR750 (RC40) boasts a specification that makes even the current crop of Moto GP bikes seem technologically…

 

Suzuki got there first with the superb, yet basic 600 Bandit, three years later and Honda slipped into place with its take on the species, the 600 Hornet.…

 

Honda introduced the 250cc CB72 Super Sport or Hawk during 1969.

 

In order to reassert Honda’s threatened position as the premier four stroke motorcycle manufacturer, development commenced on a new ‘supersport’ machine during the mid-seventies.

 

If you can't beat them join them, or so the old saying goes, so Honda did just that. Arguably the best Ducati ever made outside of Italy, the…