Honda's CB750 was one of the most important bikes of the 1970s, and is considered by many to be the original superbike. Launched in 1969, Honda's first four-cylinder roadster revolutionized the motorcycle market, setting new standards of sophistication, user-friendliness and reliable high performance. The innovative CB750, with its overhead-camshaft engine, five-speed gearbox and disc front brake, changed the face of recreational motorcycling worldwide.
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Mick Duckworth is a long-established and well-respected motorcycle journalist who writes regularly for Classic Bike magazine. He lives in Nottingham.Review:
'the bike that coined the word "superbike"' Motor Cycle News 'the history of one of the most important motorcycles of the last century' Classic Bike
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