Motorcycle Poll: Which 750 Four would you buy?


| 11/10/2010 3:53:11 PM


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Which 750 Four would you buy?

When Honda launched the immortal CB750 Four back in 1969, it was so far ahead of the curve it took the rest of Japan’s Big Four years to catch up. First up was Suzuki with the GS750 in 1977, followed by Kawasaki with the KZ750 in 1980. Yamaha took even longer to join the party, announcing its first inline 750 four, the Seca, in 1981, 12 years after Honda’s CB750 came out. So the question is, if you were buying one today, which would it be? Click the link and vote now!  



 

BerylliumJane
12/2/2010 11:45:04 PM

Honda, with out a doubt!


George Haile
11/27/2010 1:06:14 PM

Was 14 and in the 9th grade 1n 1969 when I saw and heard my first Honda 750! My life was changed forever, I have owned many over the years,two brand new K8's , one today is drag raced quite regularly, it gets more attention than the Busas and Harleys!


Billy Monroe
11/18/2010 8:06:45 AM

I purchased a 1974 cb750 Four in 1982. It was my first Big bike that was 100% road worthy. I loved it and have many fond memories of time spent riding. Despite years of hard service and little in the way of preventive maintence (I changed the oil, oiled and adjusted the chain, and replaced tires,had to put in new fork seals) The old girl never let me down. I would love to own another one, if I could obtain one in the condition of the old '74. Handling may not compare with most modern bikes, but few bikes can match the character of the cb750 Four.




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