The 1976 Honda CB750 Super Sport.
The Super Sport was manufactured from 1975-1978 with a top speed of 114 mph. While Honda had firmly placed itself as a motorcycle trend pacemaker, the Super Sport production was in response to a competitive rising star, the Kawasaki KZ750. The Super Sport features a 4-into-1 exhaust; redesigned, slimmer (but 0.3-gallon larger) tank with recessed and lockable filler; and a disc brake.
To make the Super Sport, well, sporty, the frame and tank was lengthened, for a “fast looking bike.”
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