Please excuse the poor photography, I am a much better rider.
This photo is of my three Honda CBX Supersports - The black '80 on the far side had at that moment 2200 original miles on the clock - buit in Marysville, Ohio alongside the Gold-Wings to get under the Reagan/Harley tariff imposed a year earlier.
Its color and S/N suggest it was one of 900 produced.
The "Perseus Silver" '79 in the middle won "Best of Class and/or Best of Show" at the AMA Vintage Days West held at Sears Point - now defunct. 12k miles on the odo at the time.
The "Candy Glory Red" bike in the foreground is the basis for my "Progect Bike". With only 16k on the odo, it developed a starter-clutch noise. It is an internal assembly requiring essentially a complete rebuild (I suppose the engineers thought it would never fail - but my bike is just one example).
I never trailered, but them in a pick-up or van and showed them - they never needed a trickle charger as I rode them every chance I had - in some sort of rotation.
One young man at Skywood said "Hey, there are six exhaust pipes! - the bikes are now 27 years old, he wasn't in diapers when the last one rolled off the line,
Just a passing hobby here:
I have modern and highly modified bikes as well, but a well sorted CBX is still worth a spin.
All my best,
San Jose, California