We picked up Karen’s Honda 1976 CB360 from the shop Thursday. We decided to spend the afternoon going over everything and making sure Karen felt comfortable riding. She took to it like she had been riding it for years. I was a little concerned because a motorcycle and scooter are two different animals.
Within 15 minutes, I noticed the rear tire was going flat and it was 4:00 on a Saturday. The first place I called AFJ Race Shop had the tube in stock and changed it out in a little over 30 minutes. THOSE ASSFAULT JUNKIE GUYS ROCK!!!
After about 15 minutes of riding up & down the street, she wanted to ride around town. I could not have been more impressed. We had a great evening riding together.
The Honda CB360 is a twin cylinder four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda from 1974 to 1976. It succeeded the Honda CB350 and provided an alternative to the four cylinder CB350F and CB400F. The CB360 was a new design. The 356 cc engine was tuned for broad range torque, and drove the rear wheel through a six-speed gearbox. The base CB360 model was equipped with front and rear drum brakes, while the CB360t version had a front hydraulic disc brake.