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A couple shots of whats on display at the meeting;
CB500RA, CB500X, CBR600rr, CB500FA
 

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Cb1100a, f6b
 

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And some oldies. The odo on the 50 shows "0" miles! The 750F is an '81 that was a garage/barn rescue that has been almost fully restored. Still a few bits that aren't complete yet, but is very close.
 

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I like the looks of the Cb1100a. I guess I'm old school! :)
 

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Thanks for posting these D...My personal favorite is the F6B...but more realistically, I really like the CB500fa
 

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I want a CB1000.

Hey can you sneak one out RB. ;)


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i can stil honestly say that the goldwing is the only bike that honda currently makes that i would buy. i do hope the 500cc bikes get some younger or returning riders on two wheels.
 

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I just can't get into the crotch rocket look, but that's just me showing my age...
 

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I want a CB1000.

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i thoght it might make a nice standard bike to do some traveling on but it only holds about four gallons of gas, come on honda five gallons at least
 

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+1 like Chopin said. Don't much care for any of the Bikes.:rolleyes:
You guys forget one very important aspect: no matter what model you choose, it's how you accessorize them. It's amazing what just 3 "accessories" do for a somewhat lacklustre urban commuter scoot.
The only thing wrong with the 1100A is the price. Honda is shooting for the nostalgia struck buyer with it. The sticker on it here in Canada is $13K. I expect it to sell out in the first month due to very limited availability. I'm on request for one, but not allocated and unlikely to even get one here.
 

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You guys forget one very important aspect: no matter what model you choose, it's how you accessorize them. It's amazing what just 3 "accessories" do for a somewhat lacklustre urban commuter scoot.
The only thing wrong with the 1100A is the price. Honda is shooting for the nostalgia struck buyer with it. The sticker on it here in Canada is $13K. I expect it to sell out in the first month due to very limited availability. I'm on request for one, but not allocated and unlikely to even get one here.
I like the looks of the 1100A too Daryl. A brawny looking naked bike. I assume it's a 4 cylinder? What's the HP?
 

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I like the looks of the 1100A too Daryl. A brawny looking naked bike. I assume it's a 4 cylinder? What's the HP?
Honda never releases or publishes hp specs. I'd say somewhere in the lower 90 range though:confused: The one ride impression I read said it has good 'movable' power and plenty of torque. Aircooled inline 4 with an oil cooler. I like it as well, it reminds me of my '75 750k. Just has some raw edges for the price IMO.

I know which model will cost the most in the long run.:eek:
Some of the sweetest things are the highest maintenance!

What he said. "Plastic Women":eek::rolleyes:
Hey, the bodywork on our Wings is plastic and we luv them to bits. Just got to know when and where to rub the polish....ooh, did I just say that? Is that the whistle of a sword blade I hear?
 

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Just got to know when and where to rub the polish....ooh, did I just say that? Is that the whistle of a sword blade I hear?
Careful my man. You never know when she may be looking over your shoulder while you're on the site.:eek:
 

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Meh, putty in my hands:p
 
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