1975 Honda CB360

Fresh Full Service, Runs and Rides Incredibly Well, One of the Best Small Bore Hondas We've Ever Ridden

History of the Honda CB360: 

Introduced near the end of the production for the wildly popular CB350 Twin, the CB360 provided an alternative to the CB350F and CB400F. The 356 cc engine was tuned for broad range torque, and ran through a six-speed gearbox.

This Bike: 

This 1975 Honda CB360 is an excellent rider with what the previous owner told us was a recent full service. This included, among other things, a new battery, new air cleaners, a carb rebuild, and new tires. The bike shows just under 6000 miles and with the way the bike rides, it may be original. The bike pulls very strong, one of the strongest 350/360 twins I have ridden. Shifts extremely well and I noticed no smoke coming out of the exhaust. This is a well set up bike that likes to be ridden and is an absolute pleasure to ride.

The bike makes a nice overall impression, with a freshly painted gas tank. The cosmetics are rider quality with a few flaws here and there, but nothing that we thought dramatically detracts from the overall good look the bike has going on. The tachometer is working, but reads low, as you can see in the video. The bike seems to be faster and better handling than all the CB350s I have ridden. It really took me by surprise on my first ride. I rode this back to back with 3 other larger displacement motorcycles in the same day and this one was by far the most fun to ride. It makes a terrific sound and is really one of the nicest riding vintage bikes we have been around.

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