1976 Honda CB750 Four

Honda’s CB750 model was the first motorcycle to be labeled as a “superbike.”

1976 Honda CB750 Four

The CB750 is included in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Classic Bikes. In 1969, Morio Sumiya and Tetsuya Hishiki of the Honda R&D racing team took first place in the Suzuka 10-Hour Endurance Race aboard their CB750s. Later, in 1973, Sumiya finished 6th place in the Daytona 200-mile race on a factory CB750.

  • Make: Honda
  • Trim: Teal
  • Engine: SOHC Air-cooled straight four
  • Transmission: 5-speed
  • Model: 1976 CB750 Four
  • Top speed: 125 mph
  • Power: 72 hp @ 7900 rpm
  • Brakes: Front disc; Rear drum


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