The Bike of the Month contest is held monthly at the Vintage Bike OC meet. Qualifying motorcycles must be 30 years old or older. Former Bike of the Month winning bikes are not eligible to win again.
Anyone attending the meet is eligible to enter a qualifying bike in the contest and vote for
their favorite bike. The winning bike is chosen by a popular vote and is featured on the Home page for one month and in this feature article. The Bike of the Month articles are permanent content on the site.
|March 2018 Bike of the Month
Ted Hannegan with his 1973 Honda CB750 four
Model: CB750 four
Country of Origin: Japan
Engine: 750cc Four
Transmission: 5 speed
Owner: Ted Hannegan
City: San Juan Capistano
Congratulations to Ted Hannegan of San Juan Capistano for winning Bike of the Month with his 1973 Honda CB750 four.
Ted won a trophy provided by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys.
Honda revolutionized the motorcycle industry with the CB750 in 1969 which to this day began the term UJM, Universal Japanese Motorcycle.
For the past year Ted has been the second owner of this CB750 which was stored in a garage since 1995.
No trailer queen, this is Ted's daily rider. He averages over 1,100 miles per month on it.
This particular bike has a custom rear 16 inch Harley Davidson rim laced with stainless spokes and a big meaty Firestone tire.
He's getting some help with it from Perry Edwards in Garden Grove. Perry and his son have both been Bike of the Month winners.
This bike also has a brand new tank and side covers with factory paint from Yamiya in Japan. www.Yamiya750.com
According to Ted, Yamiya uses the original Honda factory stamping tools and paint on these replacement parts.
Thank you Ted for bring your Honda for all of us to see. See all the photos in our March Gallery.
||Bike of the Month Gallery
Photo gallery of all the Bike of the Month winners.