Vintage CB360T vs Modern CB300R - Motorcycle Evolution Test

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It's grandpa vs grandson this time. They might have 45 years between them, but they’re essentially the same motorcycle aimed at the same buyer. The real question is - have motorcycles gotten better or worse?
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Bobbius Maximus
Bobbius Maximus Prieš 12 val
Older is better value...sooo damn true
jasper decoene
jasper decoene Prieš 17 val
talented host, with a feeling for language, keep up the good work!
Deepak
Deepak Prieš 18 val
What is your view on Honda CB 350 dlx 2020 called H'ness in India
99nobilis99
99nobilis99 Prieš 23 val
The answer is the CB 350 H'Ness
Steve Thomas
Steve Thomas Prieš dieną
Just think, in 45 years time all motorcycles will be electric powered, so look after yours and it will become a dinosaur....
Dustin LeBlanc
Dustin LeBlanc Prieš dieną
Revs 360 to 12k rpm...picks up parts of engine off the highway.
Robert Bernard
Robert Bernard Prieš dieną
I still ride my 36 year old Honda cmx250 around town sometimes. But only because of the availability of low cost Chinese replacement parts.
Insomniac
Insomniac Prieš dieną
Excellent.
07 Zoltan
07 Zoltan Prieš dieną
I think simple is better due to less parts breaking
Indraneel Majumdar
Indraneel Majumdar Prieš 2 dienas
Few months ago I got a used RE Interceptor 650. I guess that's what RE did with the bike. Old school performance in today's budget. Fairly simple motorcycle with modern touches being just EFI, ECU, and disc brakes with ABS. Performance close to the KTM 390s, but priced closed as well.
billoddiea
billoddiea Prieš 4 dienas
Very smart and talented man for so young.
Molethan
Molethan Prieš 4 dienas
Why would a pay $5k for cheap 300cc starter bike when I can get something used for wayy less? Just bought a 1996 Monster 600 with 7k miles for 3 grand.
Zbionix / Caleb H.
Zbionix / Caleb H. Prieš 4 dienas
"Holy and unafraid of water... Kinda like Jesus!" ***MY SIDES XD***
Russ Cattell
Russ Cattell Prieš 4 dienas
I am from those good old days. While the CB360 was a very good, reliable bike the 2 stroke 350 / 400 Japanese bikes had it licked for performance. When the Honda CB400/4 came along it was a different story, H was back in the game.
GrtSatan
GrtSatan Prieš 5 dienų
The CB 360 was the Ford Pinto of motorcycles. So what if it was all metal? So are anvils.
Rob Vespa
Rob Vespa Prieš 5 dienų
Well, grandpa certainly got the better looking bike...
Andrew Sanchez
Andrew Sanchez Prieš 5 dienų
Royal Enfield did this with their twin 650s. Built a bike that's cheaper
OldCountryman
OldCountryman Prieš 6 dienų
Too bad you can no longer buy a nice looking bike.
Elmer Refuerzo
Elmer Refuerzo Prieš 6 dienų
grandfather is pure muscle ang grandson is style but both is awesome as generation expecting more style and power 🥰🥰
Krypto Kn8
Krypto Kn8 Prieš 6 dienų
I'm still going to try and get the Kawasaki VN900 SE/Custom as my first bike! _just gotta actually finish my driving school_ and then find a job as a Student in germany...
Bhargav Hangal
Bhargav Hangal Prieš 6 dienų
Honda listened and finally gave us Honda H'ness CB350. All the modern requirement with retro charm and an amazing prize tag.
Rodger P
Rodger P Prieš 6 dienų
One thing you've forgotten: Grandson has loansharks around every Cafe Latte waiting to finance him that $5K so he can be indebted to (ultimately) Uncle Sam (or whatever your country's Uncle Shyster is) so he can be better controlled. Free thinking and free living is getting rare. This young gentleman gives this old fart hope it's still possible.
Dev Metz
Dev Metz Prieš 6 dienų
Id rather have the Old one
Demitri Yannitsos
Demitri Yannitsos Prieš 6 dienų
until i look on market place and buy one for half the purchase price after someone realized they didnt ride enough
Barry Davis
Barry Davis Prieš 6 dienų
You're so good at this, and clearly have a solid team. Impeccable by all standards. Quality information, writing, and cinematography.
John Ennis
John Ennis Prieš 2 dienas
It's just 2 guys running the show!
subin surya
subin surya Prieš 6 dienų
From grandpa's experience only grandson's birth meets our current generation expectation.hey it's very good video I was like watching a classic movie feel. thanks man good work keep do it
Lasray's World
Lasray's World Prieš 9 dienų
That's what we call professional review. Bravo
Michi
Michi Prieš 9 dienų
I own a 1987 Honda Cm 200 Twinstar and i frickin love that bike :D it only has 10 hp but it runs forever
James Bach
James Bach Prieš 9 dienų
I owned a 1975 CB360T. It was a nice ride. 165 KPH could be achieved maybe going down the side of a mountain. The little 360 didn't have much power above 60 MPH. 12000 rpm? If I remember right the red line was about 5000. That being said it was a fun bike to ride around. I still like the sound of a parallel twin. I too would take the 1975 over the 2020 bike.
kain hall
kain hall Prieš 10 dienų
7:00 ya ya ya..... its better.... i know . but SPOKE WHEELS FOR LIFE!!!! they just look so damn good!!! . and the old drums are better than most people think if it can lock up the tire at 80mph.... it doesnt need anymore braking power . sure... after one hard stop.... they will be HOT and not want to stop a 2nd time but after that "OH SH!T" moment.... your probably going to take a short break.... before you ride home at WAY slower speeds LOL . drums with ABS would stop just as quick as that modern bike its just when you want to stop more than once.... than drums show their limits . . and despite the tube tires.... (required for that AWESOME spoke look) you can buy modern tires that are just as grippy.... . might be more expensive and harder to find..... but they are out their . if i can get new "trail-sport" tires for my 74 kawi G5 100cc 2 smoker you can find some nice street tires for your honda CB series bike
kain hall
kain hall Prieš 10 dienų
9:30 id rather have an air cooled bike... . it might not make as much power..... but ya dont have to worry about leaks (and the maintenance cost is lower) . a properly designed air cooled engine (with the correct fuel/air mix) WILL NOT overheat.... even in 110F weather
Jordan Stevens
Jordan Stevens Prieš 10 dienų
I always say you cannot beat old technology where new technology breaks old technology thrives. New bikes you have to get towed, old bikes you can fix on the side of the road and get riding again. I ride a 1987 Suzuki intruder 1400 where all my buddies ride new age cruisers and I have had no problems and I have fixed all myself. My buddies have spent 1000’s of dollars to get theirs fixed. Modern people go for modern look, older people go for older reliability of tried and true tech. People are definitely more about aesthetics these days than they are reliability and sometimes performance. But needless to say all the comparing is speculation to the person buying the bike and riding because it could also depend on the experience of the rider as to how the bike works.
Avery Dillman
Avery Dillman Prieš 11 dienų
I don't even watch these for the motorcycles anymore. Literally just the film making. It's amazing
Jean-Paul Christophe
Jean-Paul Christophe Prieš 12 dienų
Bonjour cette vidéo semble superbe et très intéressante mais je ne comprend pas l'Anglais et c'est navrant... j'aimerais la voir en Français ou éventuellement sous titrée. Je serais sympa car j'adore ce comparatif ... Bonne continuation à vous.
Jordan stalheim
Jordan stalheim Prieš 12 dienų
Do the pan America
Koda Allen
Koda Allen Prieš 12 dienų
Fun fact if you look into some of the overseas manufacturers in China or taiwan, for example the genuine motor company, they make a bike that's almost exactly the same as that cb300 for just a few grand, it would be very interesting to see your cb360 versus the genuine motor company 400c
Manuel Greiling
Manuel Greiling Prieš 13 dienų
Awesome video. You made my day. Greetings from Germany.
Chircu Mirel
Chircu Mirel Prieš 14 dienų
Dude at 0:34 i was bowing hair of the screen...
Kent Ryan Bernal
Kent Ryan Bernal Prieš 15 dienų
I'd better choose those 70's classic motor. 🤗
SushiSlicer
SushiSlicer Prieš 15 dienų
so what I'm understanding here is that the best would be to take the old motorcycle but then add some of the new components to it? like the new brakes or abs?
bringthepain xu
bringthepain xu Prieš 15 dienų
This is like top gear but just for motorcycles
Borge
Borge Prieš 16 dienų
Another excellent video. This guy is going somewhere. And it's not just from Edmonton to Vancouver. I have one knit to pick. PLASTIC. I tire of those who brag about the metal content of their bike while putting down plastic. Yes, chrome is shiny - when it's been shined. That's about all it's good for. I prefer plastic: it's lighter, it's cheaper, you repair it by replacing it, it requires no maintenance, it doesn't rust, doesn't need painting - or repainting, you don't have to polish it - just wash it off, and I suspect it's easier on the environment to produce and recycle. So let's drop bragging about how much metal is in our bikes and let's hear it for PLASTIC!
Shamael Ben Shabbatai
Shamael Ben Shabbatai Prieš 16 dienų
for 4000$ more you get hella a lot of shit you can't repair if it fails, and that generally is manufactured to fail. If you leave me the choice, keep the new hi tech crap, i want to drive, not to work permanently. Now, some people wonder why I react that way. The answer is simple, i run a bike repair shop. I use an old ZX11 stage2, with a set of Mikuni racing carbs and close to 200 Hp. No rain setting, cruising or sport, no traction control, it's a quarter turn, all or nuts. Maybe a bit too much of it for the rookies. But i live with that, I drove such things in 1969, I still drive those things today. Maybe I am a bit old fashion, who knows.
Eliot Salandy Brown
Eliot Salandy Brown Prieš 16 dienų
Your scientific, stylish, helpful and entertaining videos are a pleasure to watch. Thank you!
Thomas Smartt
Thomas Smartt Prieš 16 dienų
Man, your videos are always the perfect combo of information, riding, science, cinematography, and passion. I'm hooked on watching your videos and I simply can't stop. Simply incredible!
Delbert Stringbreaker
Delbert Stringbreaker Prieš 16 dienų
Back in the day the Honda CB360T was seen as an underwhelming successor to the popular CB350 which was Grandpa's real choice if he couldn't afford the CB750.
Robin Sattahip
Robin Sattahip Prieš 17 dienų
Great video, I remember that 1975 bike. Honda sold a 125cc for local use that looked similar and is like the bikes now sold in Asia. A motorcycle does not need a huge engine to be fast or fun.
franklin xaxa
franklin xaxa Prieš 17 dienų
Honda Hness CB350 . Honda brings Back , after watching this video!!.. Might be true.. Its already Launched in india other countries I don't know.. 😁😁😁
Zephyr López Cervilla
Zephyr López Cervilla Prieš 18 dienų
You’re comparing apples and oranges. The 1975 median household is quite different from that of 2020. Median household income is a bad proxy for median individual income (individuals buy motorcycles, not households) because the median household has shrunk overtime.
Become a Pilot 101
Become a Pilot 101 Prieš 19 dienų
Agreed. The only thing I’ve seen close is the Janus guys but that’s far from cheap. I, literally, want an old CB at old CB prices.
1200sbeemer
1200sbeemer Prieš 19 dienų
In 1977 I bought my first brand new motorcycle, it was a Honda CL 360 twin, trail bike, color, bronze. It was a little over 800.00 dollars with tax.
Guillermo Bonfiglio
Guillermo Bonfiglio Prieš 19 dienų
Very nice video, very nice motorcicle! (CB360)
Gregorys Mode
Gregorys Mode Prieš 19 dienų
Excellent and interesting.
Wiley DeWitt
Wiley DeWitt Prieš 20 dienų
Maybe the best witten and hosted show on youtube.
zzz
zzz Prieš 20 dienų
Just like a Christmas holiday video hehe
Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson Prieš 20 dienų
Love the quality of production on this channel it’s insane
braf zachland
braf zachland Prieš 20 dienų
you should have put an xtra 73 lbs on the bike via a back back strapped to it and then did the race see how much is really weight
Mike Hurley
Mike Hurley Prieš 20 dienų
The 360 will go up in value and looks better. Value of the 300 will drop like a stone, and it looks cack.
Mohamed Mustafa
Mohamed Mustafa Prieš 20 dienų
Great comparison! Your high quality content should be on TV as it teaches, informs, and entertains better than anything currently.
Wes Flack
Wes Flack Prieš 21 dieną
Right on! I appreciate the preference for vintage metal over plastic junk, but vintage metal style must now be wed with quiet, clean, low-maintenance battery electric power! I think we could be heading into a golden age of battery bikes.
Stratos Lazaris
Stratos Lazaris Prieš 22 dienas
η παλια εινε για να καθοντε ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΙ η νεα για να καθοντε ΤΖΙΤΖΙΚΙΑ
Skyd Control
Skyd Control Prieš 22 dienas
This was a great video, and I totally agree with the statement about getting the next generation of motorcyclists into the sport. This is where the Chinese manufacturers are gaining momentum. They're using old reliable, and cheap technology to build bikes at 1/4 of the cost. If they could up their quality control, they'd be a force to be reckoned with.
Mark Fox
Mark Fox Prieš 23 dienas
Old bike - higher top speed, heavier with poor brakes. No thanks, I'll keep my modern Honda.
David Harris
David Harris Prieš 23 dienas
Old skool all the way!
Bill Floyd
Bill Floyd Prieš 23 dienas
Recently bought a 225cc Chinese dual sport delivered to my house in a box. Tech of the bike is 1975 to 1980's with the exception of fuel injection and an O2 sensor. 14 horse/pony power, top speed 62mph or 100kph. Certainly not a race bike but seems robust enough to be depended on. All for just under $2k. I get it.
ŇƗҜĦƗŁ S
ŇƗҜĦƗŁ S Prieš 23 dienas
Your videos are literally making me love physics
allan Shuben
allan Shuben Prieš 24 dienas
I’m a big fan of classic motorcycles. I just picked up the Genuine G 400c. Only 350 pounds equipped with fuel injection. Awesome low-end torque and even has a little rumble!! Cheers mate!
Alexander Nev
Alexander Nev Prieš 24 dienas
I loved this one...
ZZRSteve
ZZRSteve Prieš 24 dienas
I had a 75 Honda CB500T that was similar to the 360 here. It was a good basic bike but had lots of vibration. Occasionally, the tag would vibrate off. I love the classic twin cylinder look but I'd certainly be willing to try the new one. I bet it's fun to ride. I've had a 97 Valkyrie for the last 10 years and think it's about the best bike ever built.
Barry Davis
Barry Davis Prieš 24 dienas
New one ugly...old one beautiful
Stan Coleshill
Stan Coleshill Prieš 24 dienas
I am still riding my 1970 Norton 750 Commando today. I also bought a 1979 Honda CB 750 last year, first year of the DOHC, 16 valve and it is also a daily rider. I much prefer the look of the classic bikes. I'm not into rooster tails purple and pink paint and scratched plastic.
Untitled
Untitled Prieš 25 dienų
If only honda would make a new old cb!
MonsoonEast
MonsoonEast Prieš 25 dienų
Been following for years. Love the video but this bike suits the riding I want to do. Small Intercity trips, scooting around town, weekend rides along the river. I love it.
felipe dourado
felipe dourado Prieš 26 dienų
It seems tha Royal Enfield listened and unserstood. This video 'conects' very well with the other one Ryan made about the Continental GT.
mick1977
mick1977 Prieš 26 dienų
i am old school, 360 every time. When you get older you tend not speed as much much anyway, but i was impressed by the modern brakes. I think i will look into an upgrade kit for my sexy mint condition Kz440ltd. Great video...
techo61
techo61 Prieš 26 dienų
Don't be fooled peeps, the market around drilled, slotted or wavy discs is pure BS. When was the last time you saw these on a MotoGP bike (regardless of material)? This is pure physics, if you don't understand go back to school. Otherwise another typically great presentation from FortNine.
Phillip Stoltzfus
Phillip Stoltzfus Prieš 26 dienų
Incredibly good video
ZakkkyB
ZakkkyB Prieš 27 dienų
Where was this filmed? Looks very nice
おおいしのいっしいSE2
おおいしのいっしいSE2 Prieš 27 dienų
若い頃に、250Tに乗ってました、 すごく懐かしく思います、
Pete Stewart
Pete Stewart Prieš 27 dienų
I wonder how many noticed the 360 has a kickstarter as well as electric start? I wonder how many have ever had to kickstart a street bike?.
Jacopo Ripamonti
Jacopo Ripamonti Prieš 27 dienų
That's why after a 2018 Honda cb 500f, I have decided to ride a 1985 Honda cb 650 sc Nighthawk
Brendan Boyle
Brendan Boyle Prieš 28 dienų
I have to subscribe. The presenter is funny, informative and has some great one liners!
SLAM BOY
SLAM BOY Prieš 28 dienų
In high school '83 I had a red one I got for $175 . Then I bought my sisters boyfriends yellow CB400 FOUR SUPER SPORT with down bars and a 4 into 1 KERKER.
Squishy
Squishy Prieš 28 dienų
Or be like me and buy someones grampas bike and laugh at everyone forever with a single philips screwdriver in my pocket.
Gordon Wallin
Gordon Wallin Prieš 28 dienų
I agree, and feel like 2003 was the best year for motorcycle old/new compromise of all you said. Most young (?) ?millenials aren't into motorcycles. Harley have messed it up in North America with that whole macho/gang image; and because of that fewer people who're not Harley's demographic are riding. They're bicycle or ebike riding, not ICE riding.Motorcycles are better than ever, but you're riding a fly-by-wire F-35, not Spitefire anymore, or even a Sabrejet. Somethings been lost, and the old bike still have that. Anyhow your choice of music and editing are fabulous! Great video.
SidKillz
SidKillz Prieš 28 dienų
if that is how clean those old bikes look i would buy it lol easily
demantnsi
demantnsi Prieš 29 dienų
A Honda 360 like that was the first bike I ever bought. I purchased it second hand from a guy down the block with the ink practically still drying on my learners permit. Cost me $200 and I drove the heck out of it all through High School for less than 5 bucks a week in gas.
Ken Wittlief
Ken Wittlief Prieš 29 dienų
So.... no one would let you borrow their 1972 Honda CB350/4....
Anenas Balan
Anenas Balan Prieš 29 dienų
Hes the funniest bike reviewer and quite technical I've come across......
jetdr
jetdr Prieš mėn
Plus that Old Bike looks sexy as hell! Will the New Bike look as good in 40 years!!
Scott Redeen
Scott Redeen Prieš mėn
Why does the vintage 360 look so much better than the other thing? And why do I want the 360 so badly, but not the plastic bike at all?
M. Green
M. Green Prieš mėn
Kudos to you, motoman! I truly enjoy your entertaining vids. My current ride is a mint condition '82 GL500 Silver Wing. Bought it recently (my 10th Moto purchase in six years) because it was made the year my daughter was born. Ride safe y'all.
Curtis Way
Curtis Way Prieš mėn
CB300R vs. '74 Yamaha RD350???
Rich Speers
Rich Speers Prieš mėn
From personal experience anything built from the 1960's to end of the 1980's you can't go wrong. Simpler, easier to fix, more durable and with less "technology" that is more hassle than it's worth at times. From cars, to mowers, to snowblowers, to motorcycles, stereo receivers, can't beat the old stuff most of the time. There are exceptions though..
Vivek Ray Chowdhury
Vivek Ray Chowdhury Prieš mėn
Excellent presentation 👍👌
Smander
Smander Prieš mėn
Now you pay 26000 for a new BMW adventure. Thats waaaaay to much for a motorcycle.Especially because thats what i earn in a year.
JG Reber
JG Reber Prieš mėn
Oh those sweet little old 4 pipers from Honda of yesterday year. An old CB 750 with the right pipe on it still makes one of the sweetest sounds in motorcycling.
Guramrit Pannu
Guramrit Pannu Prieš mėn
He should get Oscar guys.
Alis R
Alis R Prieš mėn
How dry is this guy....lol Great stylistic humour ;)
genoa49
genoa49 Prieš mėn
Love your videos. Put out more and I'll cancel my cable.
red Oni
red Oni Prieš mėn
I’m so gonna get myself a Honda CB 400 t
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