1964 | Honda CB 77

 

12.950 EUR 1.659.542 JPY 25.328 BGN 329.772 CZK 96.318 DKK 10.786 GBP 4.915.820 HUF 62.091 PLN 64.090 RON 138.426 SEK 13.270 CHF 1.838.900 ISK 127.684 NOK 97.993 HRK 1.517.753 RUB 201.384 TRY 19.898 AUD 74.589 BRL 18.335 CAD 91.248 CNY 112.968 HKD 207.632.012 IDR 46.817 ILS 1.094.294 INR 17.386.670 KRW 295.983 MXN 60.609 MYR 21.347 NZD 741.970 PHP 19.619 SGD 472.740 THB 222.928 ZAR

 

Honda CB 77

Honda CB 77

Honda CB 77

Honda CB 77

Honda CB 77

Honda CB 77

Honda CB 77
Honda CB 77
Honda CB 77
Honda CB 77
Honda CB 77
Honda CB 77
1964 | Honda CB 77

12.950 EUR 1.659.542 JPY 25.328 BGN 329.772 CZK 96.318 DKK 10.786 GBP 4.915.820 HUF 62.091 PLN 64.090 RON 138.426 SEK 13.270 CHF 1.838.900 ISK 127.684 NOK 97.993 HRK 1.517.753 RUB 201.384 TRY 19.898 AUD 74.589 BRL 18.335 CAD 91.248 CNY 112.968 HKD 207.632.012 IDR 46.817 ILS 1.094.294 INR 17.386.670 KRW 295.983 MXN 60.609 MYR 21.347 NZD 741.970 PHP 19.619 SGD 472.740 THB 222.928 ZAR

 

Niederlande

 
Tourer
21/29 kW/PS
Thijs Lempens

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Beschreibung

The famous Dutch bitza wizard Cees Fick astounded the Dutch motorcycle scene in the 1960s and 70s with a number of fabulous projects, all completely figured out and built by himself.
For the first one, Cees Fick used an Ariel 1000 Square Four powerplant and installed it in a Norton frame, a combination that is commonly called Noriel.
The second one was more exotic as the engine came from a car: a 1000cc 3 cylinders originally made by Lloyd, and the third one was also an interesting and original blend using a Harley Davidson WLA 45 with transplanted Matchless cylinder heads. Then came the opportunity to buy three Vincent engines and a box of parts that had belonged to the somewhat eccentric Dutch Poet Jan Hanlo, who had died in a crash in 1969.
Hanlo was a big Vincent fan, owning a Black Lightning and a Rapide on which he had his fatal accident.
Fick transformed the bikes and bits in a series of 4 beautiful café racers that sported a number of technical improvements.
The engine of this intriguing classic racer started life as a 250 cc Honda CB 72.
In the early 80s it was converted to a potent 500 cc racer;
Fick brought the cubic capacity of the twin to 500 cc by changing the bore x stroke dimensions to 75,25 x 57,8 mm.
The crankshaft came from a CB 450 and the conrods from a CB 350.
With Goldwing pistons and a Keihin CR 31 carburettor the maximum output is circa 50HP @10,500 RPM.
There’s a close ratio 4-speed gearbox on board and the compression ratio amounts to 10.4:1. Ignition is by Femsa magneto. Stopping power is provided by a magnesium Ceriani up front and by an aluminium Suzuki T500 brake in the rear wheel. Total weight of the machine is 140 kg.
Fick succeeded in making the engine very reliable and his son George won the Dutch Classics Championship on it in 1985 and 1986.
George Fick was also a well-known competitor in the British and Belgian Classic Racing scenes and he was very successful on this CB 77 in the second half of the eighties and early nineties.
This excellently engineered machine comes in first-class shape and is ready to be raced.

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