Honda Production Motorcycles 1946-1980
|INSIDE:||8 page colour section; 200 b&w photos|
Founded not long after World War Two, Honda quickly grew to be a very successful company, manufacturing motorized vehicles and equipment. Perhaps its biggest impact has been caused by its motorcycles, which through their economy, good design and excellent performance severely affected the once-dominant British motorcycle industry and built up an enthusiastic following across the world.
This book from Mick Walker examines Honda production motorcycles of the classic era, from the beginning of production through to 1980, and includes such favourite machines as the CB750, the Gold Wing and the CX V-Twins.