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Honda CB200
1976 Honda CB200.jpg
Manufacturer Honda
Production 1973-1976
Predecessor Honda CB175
Successor Honda CB250
Class Road/Sports
Engine 198 cc
Transmission 5 Speed Manual
Brakes Drum/Drum (A) Disc/Drum (B)
Related Honda CL200

The Honda CB200 (Honda Model # 354) is a road motorcycle (aka 'Sport') produced between 1973 and 1976. It replaced the CB175 model and has very similar specifications. It has a chain driven single overhead camshaft parallel twin engine with dual carburetors and five speed gearbox. It had both an electric starter and kick starter. A distinguishing feature is the rubber trim down the middle of the fuel tank. It has a related on/off road model the Honda CL200 that shares many parts but has an upswept exhaust system to avoid road hazards.

Depending on where in the world the bike was sold it is known as a CB200A/CB200B or CB200K/CB200T. All CB200s had a rear drum brake. Early models (CB200A - 73 and 74) had a drum front brake, later models (CB200B - 75 and 76) had a cable operated front disc brake. The cable operated front disc brake was controversial in its day, and had contradicting reviews as to its safety and braking ability.

The CB200 was a solid, well built, simple and light street bike introduced when Honda was consolidating its reach in many major markets (USA, Australia, England etc.).

The CB200 is legal for some categories of Bucket racing.

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14 news items


Wed, 07 May 2014 20:31:53 -0700

American Sasha Herman had been using a 1974 Honda CB200 for his adventures based in New York City. Rather than spend the thousands to fly his old motorcycle to Southeast Asia he opted to fly himself and his savings into Malaysia where he purchased ...
Gas 2.0
Tue, 22 Oct 2013 15:10:51 -0700

Meet Zeke. Zeke is awesome. Zeke is a 10 year-old kid who built himself a custom cafe racer out of a boneyard Honda CB200 with little more than a stack of manuals, access to hand tools, and a little instruction from his dad. “The problem with kids ...
Motorcyclist Magazine (blog)
Tue, 30 Oct 2012 15:55:43 -0700

The front girder links are Honda CB200 swingarms, and the front shock is from a Yamaha SRX. Most of the mechanical stuff, including the motor, subframe and brakes, came from an abandoned 1987 FZR600. The wheels are both Suzuki Bandit rears.
Daily Mail
Thu, 09 Sep 2010 04:26:50 -0700

Jaimi is currently mastering the art of riding with no hands, standing up in the saddle and even climbing onto the handlebars - while riding horizontally on a lightweight vintage 1975 Honda cb200 or a 1929s Indian Scout. Painter and decorator Martin ...
Motorcyclist Magazine (blog)
Thu, 19 Nov 2009 14:08:29 -0800

By '04, word had spread to a small contingent of small-displacement motorcycle enthusiasts, self-admitted oddballs who can sit around a campfire all night discussing the tuning intricacies of a Honda CB200 or Cushman scooter. Kevin Nixon, a frequent ...
Thu, 17 Feb 2011 09:38:29 -0800

Cinematographer, Video Editor, Photographer and Semi-Pro iPhone gamer; Our Digital Media Producer isn't happy unless he's trying to do it all. When he's not behind a camera lens or hunkered down in an edit bay, he's been known to put a few bikes ...

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Il Messaggero
Sat, 14 Dec 2013 14:01:54 -0800

DALLAS - Si chiama Zeke Dezeeu, è nato a Red Oak nel Texas e ha la padronanza meccanica di un professionista capace di ricostruire e personalizzare la moto Honda CB200 del padre. Per altro ancora tranquillamente in grado di guidarla, considerando ...
Tue, 22 Oct 2013 01:12:33 -0700

La moto è una bella scramblerina su base Honda CB200 che Zeke ha chiamato “Lucky”. Il “bolide” è stata presentato al Barber Vintage Motorcycle Festival 2013 e anche per via del'eta del customizer, non è certo passata inosservata. Le modifiche ...

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