Vintage CB360T vs Modern CB300R - Motorcycle Evolution Test

6 Rgs 2020
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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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  • One thing I don't understand about new street bikes is all the space above the rear wheel. It makes sense on a dirt bike, where you need huge rear suspension travel, but not on the road.

    snaplashsnaplashPrieš val
  • No one bought the cb350 twin, because the cb400-4 was better.

    Stuart AustinStuart AustinPrieš 21 val
  • Surprisingly, Honda might just have taken your advice. Seen the new Highness CB350 yet?

    MohutmaghandyyyMohutmaghandyyyPrieš dieną
  • Your content blows me away every time Thanks for such awesome videos

    Stephen McCabeStephen McCabePrieš dieną
  • In Vietnam these 2 bikes can still be seen used at the same time

    Dash SenpaiDash SenpaiPrieš dieną
  • Our generation really did get hosed.

    LessCommonKnowledgeLessCommonKnowledgePrieš dieną
  • Thank you for another awesome video! "not afraid of water ... like Jesus." PERFECT

    Paul GianniPaul GianniPrieš dieną
  • As someone who rides his grandpa’s ‘70 cb350 I can tell you who got the better deal.

    J DahmusJ DahmusPrieš dieną
  • Love the videos, next level quality. Please just leave our Lord out of it, thank you and keep up the great work.

    GIDO74GIDO74Prieš dieną
  • Fuck the bike prices, they're no issue. The $3000-4000 i have to pay to get my motorcycle license is the real killer where I live.

    Black MarchBlack MarchPrieš 2 dienas
  • First honda I rode with 6 gears. Somewhat supprised that wasn't mentioned

    Joel AtteberryJoel AtteberryPrieš 2 dienas
  • I'm not sure why this guy and his team aren't making films in Hollywood.

    Sam BolesSam BolesPrieš 2 dienas
  • Gimme the 75, all day, every day.

    gordgorothgordgorothPrieš 2 dienas
  • i think the future in getting younger generations into motorcycles is in the small displacement chinese bikes like what CSC motorcycles (zongshen) or lifan are offering they are easy to learn on fun bikes that get shipped to your door for like $3000

    Charleston CooperCharleston CooperPrieš 3 dienas
  • My $300 cb400t suddenly feels significantly better than before this video.

    will mwill mPrieš 3 dienas
  • Or you could buy a Kawasaki W800 Cafe, like I just did :-)

    joshinthecityjoshinthecityPrieš 3 dienas
  • Damn, this is so good man. You & your crew are awesome :)

    G MG MPrieš 3 dienas
  • How tall is the Host?

    András BalázsAndrás BalázsPrieš 3 dienas
  • God why tf every video of yours soo good

    Not Me OKNot Me OKPrieš 3 dienas
  • One goes up in value, the other goes down. Simple choice for me.

    Chris StevensChris StevensPrieš 3 dienas
  • Great vid and comparo, Can confirm. I've got a '74 CL450 in the shed, it's got so much chrome, sparkly paint and is lovely to look at, I would never sell it. I'm pretty sure the chassis is made of high tensile licorice, and is filled with lead. It's fine in a straight line and wide single radius corners, but I'd hate to get in an emergency situation with it. I'm in my 50's now, so I grew up riding these sort of bikes, but give me a modern bike to ride any day. I've also got a '19 CB500x, while not being a land speed record holder, it's comfortable, handles well and returns 450klm to the tank. It just does everything really well. P.S. The old CL always gets the attention when I'm out on it.

    turbofan67turbofan67Prieš 4 dienas
  • I bought that Honda back in 75, oh ya I'm 74 now still riding. Now it's a Yamaha 2017 fz09. Ready to slow down, maybe a BMW 9rt.

    David TutinDavid TutinPrieš 4 dienas
  • The 360 certainly looks better, the 300 probably goes better.

    Davey RDavey RPrieš 4 dienas
  • I think I’ve found a channel I’m going to be visiting a lot.

    Shaun HallShaun HallPrieš 4 dienas
  • Grandad cus the roads were half as full of cars and thrice as full of freedom

    Pododododo EhohPododododo EhohPrieš 4 dienas
  • This is my type of content

    Andreas StaufelbergAndreas StaufelbergPrieš 4 dienas
  • The hilarious 250's of yesteryear are my favorite. I bought a CBR 250R five years ago, its an awesome bike but fuel injection and guaranteed parts availability would make it so much better. COUGH ZX25R.

    DaschickenifyDaschickenifyPrieš 4 dienas
  • fuckin top notch video, my dude

    Reed JonesReed JonesPrieš 4 dienas
  • Been riding on and off for 30 years... learned more about my motorcycles in this video than I had in the decades of riding. Brilliant work!

    Roy van den BergRoy van den BergPrieš 4 dienas
  • Amazing edit awesome job🔥

    Ido AvrahamIdo AvrahamPrieš 5 dienų
  • Then grandpa cannot seem to understand why we can't own a massive house at 24.

    Soundwave SuperiorSoundwave SuperiorPrieš 5 dienų
  • The vintage UJM cycles have absolutely timeless design. They are the "57 chevy's" of motorcyles. Very beautiful motorcycles. I love my 82 CM250... double drums and all!

    Ronald ClarkRonald ClarkPrieš 5 dienų
  • Great points about the Economy and income Comparisons. I would Take the old Bike. That Electronic stuff will never last as long as the old gauges and ignition. Though I Will give the thumbs up to L.E.D. Lighting and A.B.S. Brakes. Best Wishes! M.H.

    Mike HaganMike HaganPrieš 5 dienų
  • Check out the Honda CB 350 that Honda released in India 4 months ago. I own it and it's exactly what Ryan is talking about at the end of his video!

    Ashwin RAshwin RPrieš 5 dienų
  • Excellent !! Trinidad & Tobago.

    ramish rambarranramish rambarranPrieš 6 dienų
  • This is the most articulate, interesting media on motorcycling I’ve ever seen. This young man is talented. I hope someone pays him well.

    southernersouthernerPrieš 6 dienų
    • Valid point ~ yet he's still kinda a jerk...so for himself he should work.

      Joel AtteberryJoel AtteberryPrieš 2 dienas
  • that 360T has a timeless look to it, I wonder how people will look at today's designs in 40 years... probably not with much fondness.

    tehpanda64100tehpanda64100Prieš 7 dienų
  • Riding an old bike compared to a new bike is just like driving a new car compared to an old car. There's no comparison, new stuff is so much better.

    Mister BeeMister BeePrieš 8 dienų
  • It wouldn't take much to make the old CB 360 a much better handling bike, improved brakes, better springs and shocks, better tyres, stuff that people still do to new bikes to this day. Once all that plastic starts to degrade and the engine management system goes on the CB 300, it is more or less scrap metal (or plastic), furthermore, if it was left in a barn for 20 years to rot, you would have very little chance of getting the 300 going again, the 360's simplicity is its beauty.

    Mark GreenMark GreenPrieš 8 dienų
  • I got a cb360t that’s been turned into a cafe/brat and it’s such a blast to ride!

    SimpleCarGuySimpleCarGuyPrieš 8 dienų
  • ThemTube censors comedic comments. Fark ThemTube.

    bipola tellybipola tellyPrieš 9 dienų
  • Gramps got the better deal.

    bipola tellybipola tellyPrieš 9 dienų
  • indeed interesting take. I ride a 2001 Suzuki ls650/s40 designed maybe 1985's. I can still have a ball of fun as a new rider and get to point A-B. The motorcycle is well documented in forums withr support and references.

    JJPrieš 9 dienų
  • How about an NSR500 vs CBR 500 comparison lol

    Cowboy ThomasCowboy ThomasPrieš 9 dienų
  • Absolutely stunning video. Keep it up mate!

    Arvind AroraArvind AroraPrieš 9 dienų
  • What a novel idea, an affordable motorcycle.

    PegasiPegasiPrieš 9 dienų
  • Amazing 😍

    tasrif mtasrif mPrieš 9 dienų
  • Well considering 70s bikes have brittle plastics but that’s only the side panels not the whole bike

    Betty Spagetti2004Betty Spagetti2004Prieš 10 dienų
  • Im sold,actually ordered one yesterday,also in red 😍

    Anthony MAnthony MPrieš 10 dienų
  • 75 is much, much, much more beautiful !!

    Eduardo GimenezEduardo GimenezPrieš 10 dienų
  • You’re a wonderful story teller mate. You simplify so much of the technicalities. Honda have now launched the CB 350 which is an aesthetically similar motorcycle to the CB 360 T in this video. A retro classic with modern electronics and a lot of metal and chrome on it. 181 kgs of kerb weight. I hope you can get to review it someday.

    Akash DeepAkash DeepPrieš 11 dienų
  • That's more than 2 generations apart. I had a '74 450 Honda in 1974. Paid $800.00 I was 18 and in the NAVY. And stationed in Florida, I rode it all the time. It was a nice little bike and a lot of fun. 🤣👍✌

    George BGeorge BPrieš 11 dienų
  • Like all modern day techno marveled vehicles I question how they will hold up to the test of time ???ESPECIALLY WITH OUR MODERN DAY PLANNED OBCELSENCE !!

    martybowen1martybowen1Prieš 11 dienų
  • Stuff nowadays is only made to be replaced with newer stuff made. money money money.

    Samuel RivasSamuel RivasPrieš 11 dienų
  • "Grandpa got it right."

    Laxman NeupaneLaxman NeupanePrieš 11 dienų
  • where is this filmed?

    Tiny DragonTiny DragonPrieš 12 dienų
  • Very good as always. Thank you for your work.

    johnofypresjohnofypresPrieš 12 dienų
  • Wow, second FortNine video I see and I'm beginning to see a trend. This guy makes really nice videos, but when he starts explaining concepts that are technical in nature he botches the whole job. He needs to hire a technical advisor to review his content before he puts it out.

    AMRennsportsAMRennsportsPrieš 12 dienų
  • love how u are so geeky yet humorous! my uncle have one of those CB360T but without battery (cant be found in the market).... he tried teaching me to use the foot stick (dunno what its called) while accelerating to start the engine but i just couldn't lol....guess ppl had more 'connections' to their bikes in the old days too

    Tse Sunny Kai LongTse Sunny Kai LongPrieš 13 dienų
  • interesting videos!

    Rahmad OiRahmad OiPrieš 13 dienų
  • Today’s motorcycles are safer, lighter and cleaner. However, the feeling of riding a classic, well kept chainsaw with tires is just something else.

    Roy DavidRoy DavidPrieš 13 dienų
  • A really well done video!

    Mm TtMm TtPrieš 13 dienų
  • Put this and RE GT650 review together, sounds like one company brought grandpa’s bike at a cheaper price at least.

    Daniel ShinDaniel ShinPrieš 14 dienų
  • I am a 70s rider with a modern bike. In 5 years my Honda 750 will probably only trade in for $1,000 whereas a classic 750 will most likely have gone up in value. In those 5 years the running and dealer servicing costs on my Honda will have cost me $2,500 at current rates. Tyres, oils, filters and servicing costing more then the classic machine. The newer Honda also taking more time to service, due to all the plastic that has to be removed and then replaced. Finally the modern bike is actually 20kg heavier and a pig to get on the mainstand.

    PNH750PNH750Prieš 14 dienų
  • I had one of those 360s lots of thing in my milk crates and put it back together that was an absolutely fun bike a loved it

    Jeff SteverJeff SteverPrieš 15 dienų
  • I watched a few other videos here. I was impressed with the production quality, but This video it was a story that at once pulled me back in time, and shot me fowerd to present simultaneously. WoW this peice is a very well written and filmed video. You all are doing great work keep it up!

    Jason 0Jason 0Prieš 16 dienų
  • Black stylish circle in the center of image made me clean my display two times. Feeling stupid.

    ilsiren Tilsiren TPrieš 16 dienų
  • I used to ride the 250 version back in the 70s, a nice solid well engineered motorcycle, however the points ignition, carbs that need balancing and adjustment, camchain tensioner issues and corrosion risk in old fuel tanks means I would go for the new baby, its stylish, nice and light, I have dated girls that weight more than that motorcycle !! and the bonus of ABS alongside linked brakes front to rear means, along with improved lighting, I might live longer, but then I prefer to travel and enjoy the ride rather than polish and fiddle nice review I enjoyed it even the blackboard stuff which is way above my pay grade for a 62 year old knucklehead like me

    Russell GlenRussell GlenPrieš 16 dienų
  • Well you made some good points, but is the newer bike blessed with less and easier maintenance and more dependability and longevity? That would probably be something to consider. Not to mention mpg.

    Dar TiceDar TicePrieš 17 dienų
  • The cost of living point is a great one. The 1976 cb360 of tomorrow is an electric bicycle...

    James VayoJames VayoPrieš 17 dienų
  • As someone who graduated from high school in 1975, it warms my heart to see a bike that age in such nice condition and getting a fair comparison. Another thing is that air cooled engine will need a rebuild at about 15,000 miles while my liquid cooled 2008 is just warming up at 20,000. Better control of the engine's temperature means internal clearances can be much tighter. The old air cooled ones had to be a bit sloppy right off the showroom floor.

    always tinkeringalways tinkeringPrieš 18 dienų
  • Classic CB hands down! Beautiful

    snakeskinner2snakeskinner2Prieš 18 dienų
  • I have a cb175. I can bore this engine out to a 350 with factory parts. So in a few years it's a 200,etc..

    Brian LevineBrian LevinePrieš 19 dienų
  • I hate this channel.

    Jack Daniel VithalJack Daniel VithalPrieš 19 dienų
    • Why are you here then??

      Hokage ReeceHokage ReecePrieš 5 dienų
  • But will the new Honda be here in 50 years.

    Curve QuestCurve QuestPrieš 19 dienų
  • Wow love it

    Max LucasMax LucasPrieš 19 dienų
  • what we have here is a greed problem

    christian soldierchristian soldierPrieš 19 dienų
  • A good small modern bike for 3k,would sell a lot of bikes the ev bikes are coming as well despite all the gloom and doom what's coming is going to be interesting

    cartmanrlsusallcartmanrlsusallPrieš 20 dienų
  • I'm glad technology has come such a long way, but I gotta say: that 360 is a thing of beauty. As much as the 300R is a better bike in technical terms, it's just another bike these days.

    The Lame Gaming ChannelThe Lame Gaming ChannelPrieš 20 dienų
  • Holy and unafraid of water i nearly died

    VZNationVZNationPrieš 21 dieną
  • I had a '76 CB360 back in the 90's before moving up to a CB450.

    Thomas R. PinerThomas R. PinerPrieš 21 dieną
  • Your review is excellent, however your face looks WEIRD!

    Daddy bluntDaddy bluntPrieš 21 dieną
  • Nice narrator!

    Eric LeeEric LeePrieš 22 dienas
  • Thank you! You are like watching the Twilight Zone in real time. Love your reviews!

    Vaughn SlavinVaughn SlavinPrieš 22 dienas
  • Time will tell who got the better deal , if the grandsons bike lasts as long as the grandfathers .. most likely grandfathers bike will outlive grandsons bike.

    Le ArgyοLe ArgyοPrieš 22 dienas
  • Well honda still sell their 40 year old shit in pakistan 🙄

    Shaheer RashidShaheer RashidPrieš 23 dienas
  • I am really impressed with your content. Very smart stuff!

    Matthew DeMarinisMatthew DeMarinisPrieš 24 dienas
  • darn that old cb was mint ... loved it and dribbled a bit looking at that :D

    Trevor PartingtonTrevor PartingtonPrieš 24 dienas
  • I like the music

    Rover108Rover108Prieš 24 dienas
  • 7:03 thats definitely not 3 seconds

    Ranjith KrishnanRanjith KrishnanPrieš 24 dienas
  • Nothing like Ryan

    Mike HatzlMike HatzlPrieš 25 dienų
  • This belongs at Cannes!

    JT LongJT LongPrieš 25 dienų
  • Quality quality quality channel!

    Rang KlosRang KlosPrieš 25 dienų
  • So we need: A motorcycle with the quality and simplicity of 1975 with a stiffer frame, better suspension and modern molding technic. And all this under 4000$. Did i forget anything?

    Jonathan MayerJonathan MayerPrieš 26 dienų
  • What a view of the ships and bikes 🤘, where is this ?

    FabianFabianPrieš 26 dienų
  • My first bike was a 1972 400 super sport 4 cylinder 6speed. Got me hooked.

    cargo trailer ericcargo trailer ericPrieš 26 dienų
  • stumbled on this - wow, great video!!

    Ben SieberBen SieberPrieš 26 dienų
  • I would absolutely buy a "brand new" CB360 for $3000!!!

    Dyna TC88Dyna TC88Prieš 26 dienų
  • you make me want to be a motorcycle mechanic. also, where do you get all your music from?

    LordSwanLordSwanPrieš 27 dienų
  • A big difference is the variety of bikes offered at a Honda dealer nowadays vs. back then. Back then, the 360 might have been one of 4 or 5 bikes whereas nowadays there are easily dozens of available Hondas (I am including the variants like ones with ABS and the ones without not to mention the expanded line of offroad vehicles available). Heck, for a beginner, wanting something more than a Grom, if one has a bit of experience with two-wheelers (e.g. dirtbikes) one could step up to the CB500 or choose the CRF250L dual-sport if one planned on riding dirt roads and such.

    culcuneculcunePrieš 27 dienų
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