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Ride of the Day: Holiday Customs X Honda CB450 Cafè Racer

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The Honda CB450 was the first ‘big’ Honda motorcycle with a 444cc 180° straight twin, dual overhead cam engine producing 43-45 horsepower (more than 100 HP/ litre).Appearing first in the 1965 four-speed K0 model, and progressing through a series of ‘K’ models with various improvements and styling changes, notably a redesigned fuel tank and 5 speed transmission in the 1968 K1 model.K0 models are often known as ‘Black Bomber’ models[1] were notable for their distinctive large chrome-sided fuel tank with the same common ‘family’ styling used in the S90 and CD175. In Canada the K1 model was marketed as the Hellcat.

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Emanuele Venturoli
Emanuele Venturoli
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