Winter slowed us down, but we finally found a new seat for our 1970 Honda CB350.
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.
Rust-Block is not only ideal for home and shop use, it's safe for your skin and the environment.
RD400 DG replica heads are currently in stock at HVCcycle with RD350/R5 heads in production.
New stuff for old bikes: Axle wrench set from RRR Tool Solutions.
Motorcycle Classics’ tech expert Keith Fellenstein helps with a clutch problem on a Honda Nighthawk 700.
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