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1965 Honda CB160, Baby Hawk, 160cc, Classic Honda

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1965 Honda CB160, Baby Hawk, 160cc, Classic Honda

2,500.00

Launched in 1964, the CB160 followed the pattern of previous Honda parallel twins, though with 360-degree crankshaft layout rather than the larger twins' 180-degree type, and used the recently introduced tubular spine frame and telescopic forks. Small as a '125' yet packing a 16.5bhp punch, the CB160's excellent power-to-weight ratio and fine handling endowed it with performance at least equal to that of most British 250s. With an overhead-camshaft engine, electric starter, rev counter and twin-leading-shoe front brake, the CB160's specification and degree of refinement was unmatched by any of its home-grown rivals. It is now one of the most desirable of early Japanese classics.

This very original CB160 is a blast to ride! Perfect for beach hopping, errand running, or weekend cruising! Honda reliability means you could use this to get to work instead of that big ol' car you've been lugging around town. No more worrying about spending half your lunch break looking for a parking space. Electric start! Take this bike for a ride, and let the smiles begin.

Fires right up with kick or electric start, see videos below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtX1nsMPaVY

And

https://youtu.be/6fRR9J5r5Ts

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