Honda

The Honda Cub debuted in 1958. The name Cub was said to be the acronym of Cheap Urban Bike because the development of this model was aimed to…

 

The Honda CB350 was a 325cc twin-cylinder, four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda between 1968 and 1973. Its reliable motor, coupled with dual Keihin carburetors proved to be a…

 

“Look at the pulling power you can have at 16”, the Honda ad of 1980 claimed, suggesting that buying an MT50 would not only move you around but…

 

Commuting 25 miles each day to and from the office in a car is frustrating in London’s suburbs. With a change in office hours, the trek was due…

 

He’s a decent sort, really, my next door neighbour. Mark you, he’d be an even more decent sort in my estimation if he was to teach those two…

 

Whether it is good or bad is debatable and many of the sports singles like the Gold Star BSA and Velo Viper Clubman had just as good performance…

 

Honda didn’t pull any punches in the building and design of this machine, it was after all their Superbike of the time and as such the result is…

 

Due to their loyalty to the four-stroke way of doing things, Honda very nearly missed out on the “Ped” revolution during the 70s. While Suzuki and Yamaha threw…

 

A tribute to a TT winner 63-year-old Michael Edwards is a retired foreman who used to oversee the council gardens in and around his Teeside home. The same…

 

The Honda MB5 stands out as one of the most stylish of all restricted 50’s Steve & Tony Mawson are two brothers that have a passion for small…