CB300F is the 55th Honda Motorcycle owned by 84 yr old Harry Adler
Harry Adler, 84, is a longtime trusty customer of Honda motorcycles. To celebrate this loyalty, the company has presented him with a new Honda CB300F.
The presentation ceremony was held at Horner Honda in Salisbury, Maryland, American Honda Finance Corporation while Senior Vice President David W. Paul presented Adler with the keys to Honda CB300F. This is the 55th Honda that Adler has owned in his lifetime with models including a Helix scooter, Grom, CRF230M, CBR250R, VT600CD, VTX1300 and VTX1800C. As on date Adler has in his possession 8 Honda motorcycles and two Honda generators.
Adler has regaled Honda bikes for years. He has been riding motorcycles since 1963 (that means he bought at least 1 new Honda motorcycle in a year). Of the 54 Honda Motorcycles he purchased in his lifetime, 48 were purchased from Horner Honda. The new CB300F gifted to Adler is powered by a 286cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder DOHC engine which generates 30.4 bhp peak power at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 27Nm at 7250 rpm mated to a 6-speed transmission.
The bike was presented to Adler in recognition for his adulation, loyalty and dedication shown toward the Honda brand, which in his opinion is the best motorcycle brand. He has regaled Honda for the fact that the brand has also taken care of him and been very responsive to his concerns. Adler was surprised at this gift from Honda and was eager to take it out on a spin.