• CB750.com is dedicated to the Honda CB750 SOHC and DOHC motorcycles and to their owners who love to ride, restore, and customize them.  All CB750 enthusiasts are welcome regardless of where you are from or whether you are into CB750 choppers, bobbers, cafe racers, drag bikes, or restorations.  Enjoy the site!
  • April 30th 2014 $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway from CB750 Supply

    CB750 Supply April 2014 $50 giveawayDon't miss out on the CB750 Supply $50 gift certificate drawing for April! Entries must be received by April 30, 2014 at 1:00PM EST to qualify. Enter the drawing now!
  • Recent Forum Posts

    dirtdigger

    Yes it is a decent price. Either buy or download a factory manual...no hayes or chilton and go through all the honda tuneup items...compression test,

    First build ever

    dirtdigger Today, 06:00 AM Go to last post
    cbrhead

    I am in the same boat. Did you figure this out?? Thanks

    Compatible forks

    cbrhead Yesterday, 10:28 PM Go to last post
    cbrhead

    Thread is a few months old, I know. So, the frames are essentially the same. Good to know.I have an '82 cb750f and was run off of the road and need new

    Forks

    cbrhead Yesterday, 10:22 PM Go to last post
    Donovan_ge

    So this is my first post on here so give me some slack. I just got my 1979 cb750 cafe and it's been a hastle from start to finish. Most recently I was

    Loud consistent pop pop pop

    Donovan_ge Yesterday, 10:09 PM Go to last post
    brycedavis

    Hey guys so Iím new to the forum and new to the bike scene. I recently purchased my first motorcycle, a 1976 Honda CB750A Hondamatic. I absolutely love

    First build ever

    brycedavis Yesterday, 08:18 PM Go to last post
    81CB750CTS

    New member here!

    I am in need of assistance. I recently replaced the boot's for my carbs, both intake and engine sides. The boot's on the

    1981 CB750C intake boots

    81CB750CTS Yesterday, 12:21 PM Go to last post