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HISTORY OF THE HONDA CB 750 FOUR
In 1969, Honda shocked the world with quality, refinement and performance in the first mass-produced multi-cylinder superbike. The Honda 750 Four represented a dramatic revolution in the motorcycle world. Great quality down to the last detail, elegantly styled and high-tech, Honda's 750 Four won the hearts and minds of enthusiasts.
Honda was founded in the late 1940s as Japan struggled to rebuild following the second World War. Company founder Soichiro Honda first began manufacturing piston rings before turning his attention to inexpensive motorcycles. Mr. Honda always had a passion for engineering, and this became evident by the wild sales success of his motorcycles in the 1960s and by competing head-to-head against the world’s best on racetracks. Today, Honda is a juggernaut, offering class-leading machines in most every category.
HISTORY OF THE HONDA
THE 1982 HONDA CBX Super Sport