Honda CB750 (Haynes Great Bikes) (英語) ハードカバー – 2003/6/12
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'the bike that coined the word "superbike"' Motor Cycle News 'the history of one of the most important motorcycles of the last century' Classic Bike
Mick Duckworth is a long-established and well-respected motorcycle journalist who writes regularly for Classic Bike magazine. He lives in Nottingham.
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Michael W. Vachon
Something For 'Four' Fans Everywhere2013年10月12日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
Mr Duckworth does a good job here of combining early Honda history, model development background, production changes, and race pedigree, all in one book. While not quite a resource for those looking to dig into the minutia of the famed SOHC 750, it still provides a nice variety of facts, images, and narrative. It would be a handy addition for anyone doing restorations, because those of us who do this work are always looking for original images of these bikes when they were new. Causal fans will probably enjoy this as well because it takes the reader all the way from the bike's infancy right through to the follow-on models developed after this one. Another bonus is the exposure given to the competitors the CB750 faced during its production run. A good addition to this book would be Mark Haycock's 'Honda CB750: The Complete Story' (a bit pricey, but worth seeking out).
Robert T. Sturtzen
This is a nice coffee table book for any motorcycle enthusiast but more particularly an early Honda student. The book contains numerous facts from the historical development of the CB750, to its competitors of the time and its technical specifications. The book also has many inserts on related topics such as personal experiences with the machine, previous Honda models that led to the development of the bike, and excerpts on other interesting motorcycles of the time that were related to the 750. A great book to have around to read in short bursts and a must for any 750 owner interested in where his bike came from.
Alan A Moises
Honda's first superbike.2012年7月21日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
The book is very complete if you are a Honda's fan. You can enjoy and learn a lot about this Honda first superbike and about his creator. Also, you can read comments from the first pilot and its first race with a CB750. There some details about the construction and ideais around it that you may find only in this book. You can feel yourself being drawn back to the 60`s and the 70's.
Great book about CB 750's2014年2月7日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
This book is great! Gave me the history behind my bike. I learned a lot about it. I would deff suggest it for people who are interested in these bikes.
Pretty good book2010年4月26日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
I found this book to be a useful guide to the SOC Honda 750. It was not as detailed as to the year to year changes as I would have liked but none the less, it is an interesting and useful book.
Robert F. Haag
CB750 Enthusiast Must Have!!!2010年2月4日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
This is a spectacular chronology and tribute to the Honda CB750! With a complete history of this bike including a brief history of the motorcycle industry prior to 1969, the conception of the CB750, and the changes and accomplishments along it's lifespan; this hardcover book details everything! Beautiful pictures, wonderful side-stories, and soul-filled writing make this a must have for every fan of the motorcycle!!!
Dan the Man
Setting the Bar2010年11月15日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
Absolutely the best book I've read on the Superbike Honda CB750 Four. Not only does this book go into the history and development of the CB750, but it also gives the history of other bikes and how Honda took "center-stage". The Honda CB750 set the standard by which all other bikes are measured. This book is a must-have if you love motorcycles as much as I do, and the hard-cover is great.
The best book of the subject so far2008年12月20日にアメリカ合衆国でレビュー済み
If you like the Older Classic Hondas, and you like the CB750 series even more? This is a must have for your motorcyle library.