Honda CB series

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Honda CB50R 2004

The CB Series is an extensive line of Honda motorcycles. Most CB models are road-going motorcycles for commuting and cruising. The smaller CB models are also popular for vintage motorcycle racing.[1] All CB series motorcycles have inline engines. Note: The Honda CBR series are sport bikes.

CB Models[edit]

* Note: unless otherwise stated the engine capacity in ccs can be derived from the number in the model reference.


  1. ^ Shawn McDonald (September–October 2009). "Honda CB160 racing". Motorcycle Classics. Retrieved 2009-08-07. 
  2. ^ Roland Brown (May–June 2007). "1958 Honda CB92 Benly". Motorcycle Classics. Retrieved 2009-08-12. 
  3. ^ "1965 Honda Sport CB160". Classic Bikes from the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum. American Motorcyclist Association. Archived from the original on 11 January 2011. Retrieved 8 October 2013. For a list price of $530, a young rider who may have started on a step-through Honda 50 or 90 got something that looked like a true motorcycle. And the 161cc single-overhead cam, four-stroke twin delivered on that promise, spinning up to 10,000 rpm and generating 16.5 horsepower—enough, the company claimed, for a top end of 75 mph. In a road test, Cycle World even dubbed the new bike a 'baby Super Hawk.'