Honda CB500 in Movies
The Honda CB500 is a twin, four-stroke naked bike motorcycle produced between 1994 and 2003.
A 73.0 x 59.6 mm (2.9 x 2.3 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 499.00 ccm (30.45 cubic inches).
The bike has a 6-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
It came with a 110/80-17 front tire and a 130/80-17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a single disc in the rear. The CB500 is fitted with a 18.00 litres (4.76 gallons) fuel tank. The bike weighs just 173.0 kg (381.4 pounds).
Une femme d'honneur EP: 15
Honda CB 500 S
it's the CB 500 (the CB 500 S has a different windscreen and light)
The Little Drummer Girl EP: 3
1975 - 1976 only Honda CB 500 T http://www.2040-motos.com/_content/cars/images/38/444538/001.jpg Link to "nippon-classic.de" Honda tried to follow the tradition of Twin engines 5 years after the intro of CB 500 Four In 1984 movie it's a Kawasaki Z 650 CSR:
The Brown Bomber.
Commissaire Magellan EP: 27
Super Duke I'm not sure for "990 Superduke". 1290? Isn't "KTM 990 Superduke" but "2016+ Honda CB 500 F". Origin: Japan. https://moto-station.com/moto-revue/essai/essai-honda-cb500f-2016 Link to "www.actumoto.ch"
Damned sneaky of Honda to paint it orange.
Joséphine, ange gardien EP: 21
C'est la moto qu'il faut identifier I think it's a Honda CB500S. Yep, should be right ! I don't think so. I guess it's a "Kawasaki GPZ 500 s". check it, but i'm quite sure about it (look at the small white logo above the light - seems like "GPZ" ok kawasaki's, while the CB 500s has "honda", smaller). Bye
Re-raté... C'est pas une Honda, là encore... Plutôt Kawa, pour moi aussi!
Bulman EP: 1.02
Static display in a dodgy nightclub with flashing lights. A bit of 80s cliche bingo.
Honda CB500T (1975) The gas tank gives it away. Also, on the top picture you can clearly see where the standard flashers were attached; their location at the bottom of the headlight brackets also says CB500T. The 500T was a disapponting, enlarged version of the CB450. Because of the changes made to the motor, the vibrations were quite noticeable (I think the "T" stands for "Tremors"). Fairing is aftermarket http://www.bikepics.com/pictures/362805/ http://www.cyclechaos.com/images/3/32/1975-Honda-CB500T-Brown-7098-3.jpg http://www.pbase.com/taggart51/image/144391011
I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle
Yamaha wheels, but based on '75-76 Honda CB500T (by the vending angle of exhaust pipes)
American Pickers EP: 1.08
1974 Honda CB 500 T
The 500T was only available in 1975 and 76. In 1974 it was still the CB450.
Twenty Times More Likely
Registration number: LMF 768P ✗ Untaxed Tax due: 01 January 1985 MOT No details held by DVLA Vehicle make :HONDA Date of first registration :23 March 1976 Year of manufacture :1976 Cylinder capacity (cc) :498cc Vehicle status : Not taxed Vehicle colour :BROWN I assume all these are same bike - same part of film but discontinuous sequences
CB 500 T...
- CB 500 T
- CB 500
- CB 500 S
- CB 500 F
- CB500F ABS
- CB500X ABS
- CB 500 Sport
- CB500 Sport
- CB 500 S Sport
- CB500S Sport