Ridden Not Trailered!
Here are a few shots of the latest incarnation of my 1966 Honda CB77 SuperHawk. The bike started out as a basically stock bike that had been little used for the past 30 years. The engine and transmission were rebuilt about 4000 miles ago, new valves, etc, port 'n' polish the head, painted, polished and powder coated, electronic ignition, Amal 626's, fancy coils, TOGA/Norman Hyde Gold Star mufflers, K&N filters behind the side covers, custom wheels (Akronts, stainless spokes, polished hubs with black painted centers, Dunlop K82's) with Bill Selby bacon cutters on the front (1960's items), custom front end, Hagon shocks, custom paint job with hand painted checkers on the tank and fenders, custom decals, pedestrian slicer from a pre-unit Triumph, and recently chromed footpeg assemblies (I'm sure I'm probably missing a bunch more!). This past July I rode out to Mid-Ohio for Vintage Motorcycle Days from my home near Baltimore, Maryland (originally from Toronto), and rode to the CVMG's Paris show in 2005 (about a 1250 mile round trip), so this puppy doesn't get trailered anywhere. It's super loud, and I've done the 'ton' with it -- with a recent gearing mod and the new K&N's it should be good for 110, and is surely ready to take on all those 500's out there.