The Honda CB750, Introduced in 1969. This 736cc straight 4 cylinder bike was commonly accepted to be one of the worlds first superbikes. Thanks to it's race like engine the CB750 could comfortably reach a top speed of 120mph revolutionizing the world of motorcycles at the time. With an electric ignition, kill switch, easy maintenance, and overhead camshaft putting the icing on the cake.
The 1970 Husqvarna 400 Cross, manufactured in a time where motocross was just starting out. Its 500cc engine, incredible horsepower, and precise handling is what made this classic bike the perfect icon to put the new sport of motocross on the map. Also the dirt bike of choice for the legendary "king of cool" stunt motorcyclist Steve McQueen.
The 2016 Yamaha XSR900. Demand for this bike exploded when it first hit the market earlier this year. With an 847cc inline 3 cylinder engine with incredible torque, versatility, and handling due to its controlled-fill die-cast-alloy chassis. Mixed with some of the newest of technology that the motorcycle world has to offer today. The XRS900 is said to have created the perfect mix of authentic value balanced with modern technology and incredible riding performance.