1972 Honda CB350

1972 Honda CB350

The 1972 Honda CB350 is a classic motorcycle known for its reliability, versatility, and performance. It was one of Honda's best-selling models during the early 1970s and played a significant role in popularizing motorcycles in the United States and other markets.

Produced from 1968 through 1975, the CB350 followed the hugely successful 250-305cc, CB72-77 and CA72-77.  The shorter stroke, high revving engine made 36 claimed HP and is a favorite of vintage motorcycle racers today due to its tremendous potential for power upgrades.  The 350 actually had on a 325cc displacement, but this on, equipped with larger pistons is a true 350.

Billy Aldrich built this bike using:

  • Honda CB400 fuel tank
  • Suzuki GT750 forks
  • Honda CB550 trees, head light mounts and gaiterd
  • CB-77 head light and instruments

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