Warner Hyde in the thick of the action.
Everywhere I go if there are more than six riders, so one tells me they had a
CB750 or someone they knew had one growing up. On the trail of tears ride with over 100,000 riders I heard that
a lot. It's a tough bike and hard to give up.
I really like the looks on the Harley guys faces when we do local runs. I use the CB to block intersections and
then have to race to catch up with the front - while the other blockers on Harleys are running their tech into
the red to catch up. I change in the middle around 3 - 4,000 rpm and sometimes skip a gear without breaking a sweat.