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1969–78 Honda CB750 Fours are finally getting the love they deserve

Until the late 1950s, the world motorcycle market was dominated by British companies. Their products were known for large, thumping single or twin-cylinder engines that marked their territory with oil drops, but this was standard 1950s motorcycle operating procedure. In the 1950s, however, another country emerged to challenge the U.K.

 

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I owned a 1971 Gold CB750. I had it up to 110mph and could have gone more but ran out of road. But it was a smooth comfortable motorcycle. Lost my job, had to sell the bike. 

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