Main Motorcycle: 2007 Bonneville
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta Canada
Other Motorcycle: 2007 Kawasaki Versys
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Great looking bike, I like zillions of others crossed over to the oh so reliable & powerfull CB750 in the early 70's. Even 1%ers pushed their HD"s to the back of the shed, and started riding CB's and Z1's.
The Classic look has been a "allmost right" by a lot of manufacturers, Kawasaki, Ducati, Honda, but the "Bonnie" has to be the most faithfull to the original out of them all. That is why "I" bought it.
Do you think a lot of us hanker for the times when life "seemed" simpler and care free? I'm glad there are others that feel that way, cause I get a lot of 'you can't live in the past' from my m8's.
thanks for listening DUG
Just found another pic, and apparently the motor is the same as Honda's then current 750 Nighthawk.
Type: 747 cc, 4 Stroke - Liquid Cooled - Inline Four
Engine Bore and Stroke: 67 mm x 53 mm
Valves: 4 valves per cylinder
Claimed HP: 75 hp (55.9 kW) @ 8500 rpm
Max Torque: 64 Nm (47.2 ft. lbs) @ 7500 rpm
Transmission: 5 speed
Final Drive: Chain
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