In May 2007, Honda launched a variant of the legendary CB750 as a tribute to former world champion Freddie Spencer in the form of a new limited-edition CB750.
The bike, which was only for Japan, features paintwork derived from Spencer's AMA race bikes from the late 1970s and early 1980s. Only 300 will be made, with orders taken for just one month - after April 10 it will no longer be possible to buy one.
In Japan, the bike costs just £3500/ $5500, so all 300 machines have been snapped up by collectors over there, with little chance of any being exported.
Engine - Air cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder,
Capacity - 747
Bore x Stroke - 67 x 53 mm
Compression Ratio / Induction- 9.3:1 / 4x 34mm VE-type
Ignition / Starting - Fully transistorized / electric
Max Power /Max Torque - 75 hp 55 kW @ 8500 rpm /64 Nm 6.5 kg-m @ 7500 rpm
Transmission / Drive - 5 Speed / chain
Front Suspension / Rear Suspension - 41mm air-assist stepless preload adjustable RTF VIII fork, 130mm wheel travel / Dual conventional remote reservoir dampers with adjustable spring preload, 110mm wheel travel
Front Brakes / Rear Brakes - 2x 296mm discs 2 piston calipers / Single 240mm disc 1 piston caliper
Front Tyre / Rear Tyre - 120/70-ZR17 // 150/70-ZR17
Dry-Weight - 215 kg
Fuel Capacity - 20 Litres