Originally released overseas in 2008, a huge supply and demand led to the release of the XR1200 in America in 2009.
Worldwide the Desmo 750 only sold 4,863 units between its introduction in 1986 and 1988, with only 700 imported into the United States in 1987.
The VFR750F has a lighter weight, a lower center of gravity, a wider front tire, and a slightly shorter wheelbase.
The K2700’s bright colored stripes against a black canvas are representative of classic 80s motorcycle style.
The KZ650 has been referred to as the epitome of the “Universal Japanese Motorcycle.”
Honda’s CB750 model was the first motorcycle to be labeled as a “superbike.”
A very rare model, the GT250 was not released in America until 1973.
Designed for commuting, the CB100 is an excellent motorcycle for short drives around a town or city.
Noted for its speed, power, and reliability, the CB77 is regarded as setting the standard for modern motorcycles.