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Comments

    • PoliceState
      PoliceState

      "runnin' out of fuel.. starts bucking on the highway... you reach down for the petcock, sticking your hand in the engine... it was great!" XD!!!

      about 2 days ago
    • Kevin Costa
      Kevin Costa

      Two words, "hydraulic lifters", with a 10.5k redline, no less. I don't know of any other bike that can claim this. The best of the Nighthawks was the '84-'85 700 (to get around the "Harley Tax"), with 80 hp. The '80s Nighthawks were likely the most low maintenance bikes ever, had some nice upscale bits and features, and put a smile on your face every time you thumbed the starter button. Love 'em. The '90s 750 Nighthawks were budget specials, with chain drive, five speeds, 8800 rpm redline, no fancy aluminum bits, gear or fuel indicator, but still with hydraulic lifters and 70 hp. Love 'em, just not nearly as much as the '80s models. Oh, Soichiro, we miss you.

      about 3 days ago
    • Achievement Man
      Achievement Man

      mine had 92k miles on it would still trust it for another 30k

      about 7 days ago
    • Dutch Van Helsing
      Dutch Van Helsing

      The 86 was the bomb !

      about 7 days ago
    • Dutch Van Helsing
      Dutch Van Helsing

      WOW ! A roundabout in the US !

      about 7 days ago
    • Dutch Van Helsing
      Dutch Van Helsing

      I loved those square clocks...

      about 7 days ago
    • 89 Hybrid
      89 Hybrid

      13seconds in the 1/4

      about 11 days ago
    • Robert Ryan
      Robert Ryan

      I wish i kept mine. Very fun bike. Paid 200 $ in mid 90's off a guy i towed his car.

      about 12 days ago
    • cozzie twothousand
      cozzie twothousand

      I'd have no problem at all throwing a couple of bags on that thing and taking it across country. Being from Florida, though, I could never ride it in 35 degree weather - I'd be dead within a couple of miles. LOL

      about 15 days ago
    • GaryLordsWayMinistry
      GaryLordsWayMinistry

      I loved my Honda 750 inline four, as well as my parallel 185, my friends parallel 450, as well as my 1987, V4 Honda Super Magna as well. I like them all, even my Harleys, in fact I wouldn't mind owning one of everything made with two wheels.

      about 15 days ago
    • Heya Nowe
      Heya Nowe

      Whats with the audio only in the left channel

      about 17 days ago
    • Paul Verstraete
      Paul Verstraete

      I had a 550 nighthawk.....great bike

      about 19 days ago
    • steven frith
      steven frith

      Had a 1977 Suzuki GS750,back in the 80’s super fast, super fun. It also had a gear indicator.those were good times!!

      about 22 days ago
    • gemini232003
      gemini232003

      You need to find a 70's, Z-1, 900 now that was a fun time.

      about 26 days ago
    • Jeff Johnson
      Jeff Johnson

      I had a 84 Nighthawk, same color as yours, I rode when I was stationed in California. Traded it for my 87 Softail which I still have. I truly had a blast with mine, a great bike.

      about 1 month ago
    • Natasha Hancock
      Natasha Hancock

      I want one...

      about 1 month ago
    • GreenSheepNomad
      GreenSheepNomad

      I had a 91. I have the story up at gsnomad.com You forgot to mention reaching down to flip the lever and find out you left it in reserve last time you fueled up. Same goes for the old VW Beatles.

      about 1 month ago
    • Charles Miller
      Charles Miller

      I had a V45 Magna 1987, but it didnt have fuel gauge, among other things.

      about 1 month ago
    • Roy C
      Roy C

      I have this bike, 1985 but mine is blue. Seem like I have to be in 4th just to go 35mph and 3rd just to go like 20mph. Is this normal? Just got mine back from shop . Only riding the neighborhood right now so haven't been up to 50mph, not sure what gear that will take.
      BTW, I was in my 20's in the 80's and the 80's were awesome.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jonathan Reyes
      Jonathan Reyes

      I have a 83 nighthawk with a 650 cc and I still thinking about repair it or throw it at the junk..

      about 1 month ago
    • Dan Meredith
      Dan Meredith

      A great bike BUT the shifter and rear break levers are really close..Feels like Im on a moped!

      about 1 month ago
    • Mike Sokolow
      Mike Sokolow

      Even bible thumpers, no regard for speed limits, public safety. Not knockin', just admiring the facts. I don't go that fast in residential/ 25 mph zones, but I still have my moments on the open highway.

      about 1 month ago
    • john harris
      john harris

      Had '84 Cb 650 Sc Nighthawk. They look and sound fantastic, they feel fast and fun to ride! The "feel" fast hahaha...they're not really , really fast! But fast enough!

      about 1 month ago
    • john harris
      john harris In reply to john harris

      I'll reply to my own comment. Yeah I thought the Nighthawk was fast...but then I got my '97 Cbr1100xx...!

      about 3 days ago
    • Star Hope
      Star Hope

      Wow...LCD gas gauge and a gear indicator...didn't know they had such things in the mid 1980's on motorcycles!

      Awesome video...and thanks! =)

      I also love how you always have 'words of wisdom' in your videos! =)

      BTW - I found this interesting video on youtube (on the subject of 80's motorbikes)...I can remove the link if you don't like
      links to other videos in your comments though?

      Here's the link - Click Here ----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR8y6ypacRI

      about 1 month ago
    • Ljoel McHanley
      Ljoel McHanley

      "The eighties weren't that bad"...correctomundo! The eighties were the golden era of reliable modern machines. At 25 I bought a new "85 Nighthawk S CB700sc with many fond memories etched into my mind yet seem to be but a distant dream.

      about 1 month ago
    • Dennis Hayes
      Dennis Hayes

      I still have a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 550 with windshield,passenger back rest & luggage rack for sale in Minnesota.

      about 1 month ago
    • Small Town Loner
      Small Town Loner In reply to Dennis Hayes

      Ayyy I'm from Minnesota too and I have an 83 Nighthawk 650

      about 1 month ago
    • Grumbly One
      Grumbly One

      The eighties were cool... the cars sucked pretty bad generally, but still a good time to be alive!

      about 1 month ago
    • The Connolly's
      The Connolly's

      I had 2 a 650 and a 750. Loved both of them.

      about 1 month ago
    • Fjellermis
      Fjellermis

      I got My first bike last week. Surprise it's a '85 nighthawk 650 running 86000 km (last 450 on my account and counting) and boy does it ride well. Only thing i did was change oil+filter, New oil + fittings and dust protecter for the front suspension and a New battery. Minor things like brake light shift for front brakes not working and some few scratches here and there, it is an old bike afterall. Over All I am extremely glad it was this I bought and already learning a lot about the bike and it's working!

      about 2 months ago
    • Barry Walczak
      Barry Walczak

      Had a 86 honda shadow 500 v twin...bought for $325 sat a few years threw seafoam n fresh gas in and a battery n oil change....ran it problem free for a couple years and many long trips...most reliable bike ever is old honda

      about 2 months ago