The CB100 is a commuter style motorcycle produced by Honda. In order to keep this motorcycle in proper running condition it is important to keep up with repairs. Our Honda CB100 repair manual contains everything you need to get started. Our eManual is full of detailed instructions to guide you through the process. Simply grab your parts and you are set to go!
The Honda CB100 was first released in 1970. The last model year it was produced was 1972. During its three years in production it rose quickly in popularity. You can still see this motorcycle out on the streets today. The frugal price was another reason that riders loved this bike.
The engine inside the CB100 is made up of an air cooled, single cylinder, 4 stroke design, with a 99 cc displacement. It put out about 11 horsepower which was plenty of power for this style of motorcycle. It can reach around 70 miles per hour with an open road and an experienced rider.
Other engine specifications show that the CB100 was built to last. It has a 5 speed transmission with a wet sump lubrication design system which makes the maintenance easy. The suspension system allows for comfortable riding on open roads and crowded city streets.
The design fell along with other CB designs. It weighed around 200 pounds so it was light enough to easily control on the roads. The seat was fairly basic but was comfortable enough for longer rides. It has chrome accenting and some model years offer a white tank that is really eye catching.
Keeping up with routine maintenance will keep the Honda CB100 running flawlessly for years to cone. It is also one of the easiest ways to keep yourself safe while riding. Our Honda CB100 service manual contains step by step directions to guide you through any kind of service you need to do.