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Honda 360T 1975

by Anna
(Willow Shade, KY)

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday
1975 Honda 360T

My husband just bought a 1975 Honda 360T for my birthday. She needs a little TLC. This is my first bike and I'm really excited. I feel great on her. I am taking a 3 day safety course in April. I have never driven a bike before. I'm a little nervous. I'm sure I will get the hang of it. I enjoying riding and can't wait to drive.

I will post more pic's once she has her new paint job and tires on and new seat. Any advice for a newbie?

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Nov 19, 2014
360t owner
by: larry

Congrats on a cool bike. I just bought a T 360. Im totally restoring it at our shop.Im an ol biker gettin back in the saddle.Hope you are careful learning to ride .Keep your eyes open because todays traffic is larger than the 60s.ENJOY///

May 31, 2011
Good Luck
by: John

Congrats great bike. Just keep your head on a swivel and enjoy. Welcome to the club.

Apr 14, 2011
Permit Test.
by: Anna

I scheduled my permit test for Monday :)

Apr 12, 2011
Congratulations
by: lois

What a great feeling isn't it to be able to get out there and ride. Happy riding and be safe.

Apr 11, 2011
Safety Class
by: Anna

I passed my safety course !!! It was a lot of fun :) I learned so much. I feel accomplished. I had never worked a clutch before.

Mar 27, 2011
Excited
by: Anonymous

April 8th I'm taking BRC :) My friend is able to go with me. I can't wait.

My tank is in a box ready to ship to FL for a paint job. I can't wait to post updated pic's. My husband is doing a GREAT job making sure all the parts are in working order and doing some cosmetics.



Mar 21, 2011
Safety Course
by: Lois

If you are taking the basic MSF course you're in for a good time. They are very informative and hands on from, this is the key to shifting to 2nd gear. I was nervous about going on my own, my husband who has been riding for over 40 years said he'd go with me and take the class, no wonder I've stayed with him for 27 years. Good Luck with the class and your new bike.

Mar 15, 2011
Nice!
by: kp

Congrats on the bike! She's a beauty!

My advise to newbs is always the same:

1. Hours in the saddle.
2. Practice, practice, practice.

Go to a vacant lot and do circles in each directions, when you get sick of that do figure 8's, when you get sick of that stop and start, stop and start, stop and start. Then do the whole thing all over again up and down and incline!

And most importantly: enjoy yourself!

Mar 15, 2011
Hot Pipes
by: Wanda

Always wear long pants and preferably boots that come up over the ankle. Keep your skin away from the exhaust pipes. Just believe in yourself and allow yourself to succeed. Good idea taking the safety class. I would say to avoid over analyzing things and just do what they tell you to do in the class. You will be fine. I love the look of the standard motorcycle like you have. Nothing beats it. Congratulations and Happy Birthday!

Mar 14, 2011
Great
by: Virginia Salmon

I had a 400 when I was in College great bike to learn and you will do great in class. Enjoy!

Mar 14, 2011
Safety First
by: Anonymous

Take a safety class, always wear a helmet and protection. Have fun and be safe! :D

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