I Spy: 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer

I Spy: 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer

1967 Honda CB160 We spotted this beautifully restored 1967 Honda CB160 while kicking tires and drinking coffee at the Captree Boat Basin state park. With his 16 ponies give or take, this guy must’ve left on Friday to be there for Sunday morning.
1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer
1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer
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4 Replies to “I Spy: 1967 Honda CB160 Cafe Racer”

  1. That bike is sweet! Say what you will about small displacement bikes, I think they’re pretty cool. Anyone with a larger displacement bike can gun it out of turns, but it takes pretty discipline motorcyclist to find perfect lines and use all of the power (which is to say not much) when riding. Great post!

  2. @CadillacJack-

    I agree wholeheartedly. Small displacements or older technologies require more input or skill from the rider to make them “go”. Many of the new and larger displacement bikes do so much of the work for you. Think right, go right. I love a bike that you have to work!

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