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Memorable Motorcycle: Honda CB750 F1 Photo Gallery

Our man Melling found a classic bike that would be perfect for those looking for their "first, old bike:" the Honda CB750 F1.

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Swap out a few parts and the CB750 F1 has a distinctly modern feel.
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The F1 was Honda's "sports" version of the 750 they previously produced.
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The CB750 F1 will cruise the highway comfortably at 70 mph and offers a comfortable riding position.
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Even newcomers can handle the at-home maintenance demanded by the CB750 F1.
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The CB750 F1 comes equipped with Honda's iconic single overhead cam, five speed, four-cylinder engine.
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The steel brake disks may work in sunny Southern California, but can be hazardous to those living in rain soaked Britain.
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Wear your badge and wear it proud! The CB750 F1 is one our man Melling would put in his own garage.
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One of the joys of an "old bike" is the simplicity of features, like the basic instrument panel of the CB750 F1.
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Serious classic fans often want a "real" 750, helping to make the F1's relatively affordable.
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Despite some minor changes to the chassis and engine, classic 750's and F1's are nearly identical in looks and performance.
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The CB750 F1 started for Melling on the first try, every time.
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The CB750 F1 will go a long way in making you want to ride more classic bikes, rather than scaring you off forever.
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The test bike shown here is for sale, fully restored at $6,000.