Honda CM Series

One of the lines of Honda motorcycles is the CM Series and CMX Series of cruiser-style motorcycles. Some of the bikes in the CM/CMX line have been:

  • CM 185T -- 1978-1979 Twinstar (6v)
  • CM 200T -- 1980-1982 Twinstar
  • CM125
  • CM 250 -- 1982-1984 "Custom", predecessor to the current Rebel
  • CMX 250 -- 1985-1987, 1995-1996, 1998-Current, The basic Rebel model
  • CM 400 -- Precursor to the Nighthawk series of street bikes
  • CM 400 T
  • CM 450
  • CMX 450 -- 1986-1987, The more-powerful, customized Rebel


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