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Motorcycles that Made Honda: the 1960s - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- Motorcycles that Made Honda: the 1960s By the 1960s, Honda was hitting its stride.
After starting out in 1948 as Honda Motor Co. Ltd., producing its first complete motorcycle, the Dream D, in 1949, then starting production of the
in 1958 and starting American Honda Motor Co., Inc. in 1959, Honda was on a roll and ready to start flexing its engineering muscle.
Honda Fast Firsts - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- Honda Fast Firsts First Honda model exported to the U.S.:
First bike off the Marysville, Ohio, assembly line:
Honda Marks Unprecedented Milestone: Global Production - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- Honda Marks Unprecedented Milestone: Global Production In 1958, Honda introduced the Honda 50, known globally as the
, which would go on to revolutionize the industry.
This iconic bike paved the way for Honda’s expansion into the U.S. in 1959 and Canada in 1969.
Benly Machines: The Age Of Innovation - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- Benly Machines: The Age Of Innovation Among the early machines that brought the company to the forefront of the marketplace in postwar Japan was the Benly series.
In the early ’50s, Honda’s business was flourishing on the strength of the Dream D and E series, plus the F-type
—a motor-driven bicycle with a 50cc two-stroke engine of Honda’s own design.
2010 Elite Scooter First Ride - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- 2010 Elite Scooter First Ride The Elite is one of two new Honda scooters debuting in the 2010 lineup - the other being Honda's SH150i.
The two scoots shore up the wide displacement gap in Honda's scooter line between the 582cc Silver Wing maxi scooter and the 50cc Ruckus and Metropolitan.
The Elite sources the same engine platform as Honda's latest fuel-injected
110, a 108cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke.
The Museum Collections - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- The Museum Collections Founded in 1978, this collection of Honda classics was recently featured on Discovery Channel’s “Seven Wonders of Motorcycle” (they selected the Honda
50 as the number four “motorcycle wonder” of all time).
Located in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Mr. Bob Logue’s collection of Honda motorcycles is dedicated to “help perpetuate the work of Soichiro Honda and the Honda Motor Company.”
If you’re a student of Honda history, this is one collection you must see.
A Short-Tracker with a Long History - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- A Short-Tracker with a Long History But his biggest challenge is that AHRMA's Classic 250 rules allow bikes made until 1967.
Cates built the bike to compete with Triumph
and BSA C15s in the early '60s; he didn't anticipate the short-rod Sprints and Bultacos that came later in the decade.
Those bikes dominated Class A racing then, and they dominate AHRMA Classic 250 racing now.