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- Bike(s): Honda CB165, Burgman400, T100 Bonnie, Transalp 700
- Location: Derby
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This was my 1976 Honda 400/Four. It was a lightweight CB model with superb handling and coupled to a four cyl 400cc motor made it a dream on country roads. Easy to service and repair (no modern electronics) electric and kick start, It always started first prod on the electric start and using a four pot vacuum gauge the carbs were a doddle to keep in tune. Only trouble was when you went to fill the tank it attracted a crowd of people asking questions and 'I remember those bikes from way back!'.
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- Bike(s): Yamaha Midnight Star 1300
- Location: Telford/ Smethwick
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I had 1 the same colour! loved it!
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