Welcome to The Honda GB500 Page

If you have any comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them. 

 

 

GB Links below 

Please send me any information/specs/pix you have on this bike. Thank you!

 

 

 

 

This was my Dad's GB500. It's in my garage now. It's got a full supertrapp exhaust, aftermarket rear shocks, progressive springs in the front, de-smogged and removed airpump, jetted (perfectly I might add!) and sounds fantastic! I have all the spare parts for this bike including the original exhaust, air pump etc,.. all tucked away with do-not-eat in sealed boxes. I think the only thing I have planned for this bike (aside from riding it) is for the Napoleon Bar End mirrors. I had them on my Hawk GT and loved them. 

 

 

 

Send me pics of your GB500 and I'll make a page for you and your bike below in the Members section!

 

 

 

Note: Some of the parts, shops, and people described in the articles listed below are No Longer Available, much less at the prices illustrated. 

Please note these documents are for reference only - your mileage may vary. Note - there is more than 80 links to individual pages on THIS PAGE ALONE!

~File Archive Section~

Specs / Tips / Mods

~Members Section~

Bikes / Pics

~Literature~

Columns / Articles

Caring for a Rusty Tank

 

Send me any columns or tech articles and I'll post them right here fro our Geebs library. This column is specifically on general specs - the Honda Way!

Pete Swansons AluGeeb - NEW!

 

 

Where's YOURS ?!

Apr 2006 - American Motorcyclist

Honda GB500 - Motorcyclist '89 -

 

Hop up articles, columns and basic upgrade tutorials - even simple emails on how you overcame Geeb characteristics such as simply changing the oil! Best fork oil? Tires? Exhaust? Desmogging? restoring?? send them to me and I'll post it right here. 

~Resources & Stuff~

Other GB500TT Links

 

http://www.4strokes.com/tech/honda/xrlsmog/     -    4Strokes Desmoggifying your RFVC motor (not to be confused with the Snorkelectomy)

http://www.caferace.com/cafepix.html     -      Cafe Racer Photo Album

http://www.hanwa-motors.de/     -   Hanwa Motors

http://www.gb.zyns.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20   -  GB Portal; WB and XR/XL60 compatible parts

http://www.jtsprockets.com/      -     uhm...sprockets?

http://www.micapeak.com/reg/bikes/GB500/       -      GB500 Registry

http://www.motorcycletrader.co.nz/        -      Bikes for sale in New Zealand

http://lovik.tripod.com/Clubman7-schottmeier.html     -     Honda GB500 Clubman 650 page

http://member.nifty.ne.jp/GBFUNCB/index2.html     -     Japanese GB500 Site

http://www.stallard-engineering.co.uk/      -      Honda GB400 Site -  U.K. Site

http://lovik.tripod.com/Clubman.html        -      Avrid Loviks Clubman & Geeb site!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_GB500

 

 

 

Resources

 

WebCam          http://www.webcamshafts.com

Megacycle       http://www.megacyclecams.com

Yoshimura       http://www.yoshimura-rd.com

Powroll            http://www.powroll.com

 

General Thumper Resources

 

ThumperTalk  ....Mostly late model thumpers 

4strokes.com .... Good source for RFVC info

www.thumperpilot.com/  ...4-strokes of all kinds

www.EuroSpares.com - Michael Moore's fantastic site and some of the best moto lists on the net - bar none.

www.ThumperStuff.com - Mark Aplands most excellent site

 

 

 

 

Looking for GB500 Brochure pics, advertisments from magazines, etc,...

 

 

 

 

 

Song of the Sausage Creature

by Hunter S. Thompson - R.I.P.

 

 

 

 

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Thank you for visiting!

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All Items Copyright 1999 - 2008 by their Respective Authors. All Rights Reserved. 

Contents shipped by weight not by volume. Some settling may have occurred during shipping and handling. Batteries not included.

This site last updated (probably in my sleep) on 06/26/08

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TIP: Never mind what your manual says, don't bother to check your oil on the centerstand. 

There's no oil there. It's all in the engine, trust me.

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