They were even advertised with a rev limit of 12,000.
Now you can't find a good one on the road that isn't a full restoration, and I've seen those for sale at £5k, or - worse still - price on request. The internet is full of photos of them, but they never seem to be of bikes that actually exist now. Mine was written off in a collision, and I assume that most of the others were as well. ,
I know my little 125 Keeway has fuel injection, combined braking with disc brakes all-round, electric starter, etc., all the mod cons. But I do still miss my CB. That Honda replaced it with the anaemic 125 Superdream is an insult (although the 404 and CBR600F made up for it).
4. August, 10:42