Honda

1978 was a big year for Honda. During that year they had manufactured exactly 2,639,738 motorcycles, making them the largest bike producer in the world, and also released…

 

The design of the Superbike was generally thought to have been well sorted during the transition from the 80s to the 90's. Alloy beam frames, ever widening tyre…

 

When Honda introduced the first of the GL series at the 1974, Cologne show the rest of the world could never have imagined it would create a whole…

 

It is difficult, at first to take the whole concept seriously, particularly with one of the original un-sprung machines. Despite being lightweight, the old style Monkeys are sluggish…

 

Honda stole the march on the rest of the world when, in 1969, they launched the stunning CB750. They weren’t the only ones close to doing so however,…

 

Is this the ultimate Cult bike? More a legend we reckon With only 3,000 ever made, and with more than a few having died over the years since,…

 

The last of the air-cooled giants The late 70s and early 80s were a difficult period for the mighty Honda, they had led the two-wheeled world as the…

 

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…