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    But not quite the same as the 1960's version and probably not for the U.S. market: https://www.rideapart.com/articles/4...-hness-launch/
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    Interesting. This is one I look forward to.



    When I was in England back in 1977-82, they had an interesting situation for Learner permits. There was a Honda CB250 based on the CB400. Everything seemed to be identical on both, except the engine size. So you got a better performing chassis with a high performance engine that only made a couple horsepower less than the bigger engine did. They were pretty cool.

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    Just to finish off this Honda news episode, here is everyone's favorite song from 1964 to remind you of the way it used to be: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viYfWqSECAk

    There was a lot more excitement while we were riding motorcycles back then, compared with now when the big concern is how well we can see our smart phone while riding.
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    That was great!

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