The record breaker bike with its 300,000 pieces sold all over the world, the credits for its origin is to the shoulders of Honda Motors. The time of its manufacture i.e. from 1968 to 1973, the bike was the most popular among amateur cyclists owing to its low pricing and maintenance.
With a 36 horsepower engine, 10,500 revolutions per minute, the bike has a promising engine with a top speed of 102.5 miles per hour. Not only this, it is even installed with an air cooling system. The Honda CB350 features an expanding and single disc brake for the back and front wheel respectively.
However, there weren’t many improvisations in the body of the machine through its five years of manufacturing period. The bike possesses a fuel capacity of 10 litres and its smaller size made it a preferable choice among hobbyists.