Did Honda make a 10 speed motorcycle?

The CB900 Custom is one of the strangest motorcycles Honda has ever made. It has shaft-drive, an enormous 62-inch wheelbase, and a ten-speed transmission. In stock form, it’s a humdrum cruiser.

How fast is a Honda 919?

Second generation

Manufacturer Honda
Engine 919 cc (56.1 cu in) liquid-cooled straight four
Bore / stroke 71.0 mm × 58.0 mm (2.80 in × 2.28 in)
Compression ratio 10.8:1
Top speed 230.0 km/h (142.9 mph) 228.5 km/h (142.0 mph)

Is 10-speed enough for a road bike?

Yes, 10-speed bikes are good simply because they have a lot of range. 10-speed bikes are (generally speaking) an OG (i.e. one gear) which makes them far easier and cheaper to maintain. This is because you’re only dealing with gears on the rear hub and you don’t have to faff around with anything else.

How many gears does a 10-speed bike have?

A 10-speed bicycle has a five-gear cassette and two chainrings with a chain, and is the most widely adopted multiple-geared bicycle design. This system uses a traditional rear derailleur arm to shift the chain along a cassette in the rear. A front derailleur arm shifts the chain between the two chainrings.

What are the specs of Honda CB900 Custom (CB900C)?

A parallel project to the automobile-catalog.com Specs datasheet with technical data and performance data plus an analysis of the direct market competition of Honda CB900 Custom (CB900C) in 1980 the model with cruiser body and 902 cm3 / 55.1 cui engine size, 62.6 kW / 85 PS / 84 hp of power, 5-speed manual powertrain offered since 1980.

What is the CB900C’81 900 custom color scheme?

The CB900C’81 900 Custom was sold in 1981 and was available in one of two color schemes: Candy Muse Red with Brown Metallic or Cosmo Black Metallic with Blue Metallic. The gas tank and side covers were 2-tone.

What’s the difference between a CB900 and an Americanized CB900?

The bike got its drive shaft, along with many added pounds and a greatly lengthened wheelbase. So, to borrow from the beer commercial, the Americanized CB900 gives you more, and less: more civility, less performance.

What kind of fairing does a 1980 Honda CB900C have?

This is a 1980 Honda CB900C. It comes as pictured with the Hondaline fairing and the locking trunk. The fairing lowers are also included, but not pictured.