Back in the 1970s, middle-weight motorcycles pretty much ruled the market. Big Japanese automotive manufacturers were all competing for glory, putting out more and more innovative solutions. Honda joined the race with the CX series, a line of motorcycles produced until the 1980s. The CX models met some of the biggest developments in the motorcycle industry at the time, including liquid cooling, electric starting, and similar.
One of the models from this lineup that featured these innovative and unique solutions was the CX500. Produced from 1978 to 1983, the Honda CX500 is a middle-weight bike you can still see on