A reader’s 1975 Triumph T160 dies as soon as it hits third gear.
It's time for the big reveal: Our 1970 Honda CB350 is finally done!
We're almost there: Just a few more parts and our 1970 Honda CB350 will be ready to roll.
A reader asks Keith Fellenstein why a motorcycle chain almost never runs centered over the sprockets.
Our wheels are back and tires are mounted. Engine cleaning is no fun, but our 1970 Honda CB350 is starting to come back together.
The frame’s ready and the broken engine mount is fixed, but there’s still a lot to be done on our 1970 Honda CB350.
Good news: Our project 1970 Honda CB350 runs! But there's still plenty of work to do, including rebuilding the forks and the rear suspension.
Join us on our newest project as we take stock of a badly neglected, but still salvageable, 1970 Honda CB350.
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