1980 Honda CB: HONDA CB 650 CLASSIC UJM!!!
This is a classic UJM! Very reliable and extremely low cost to repair as replacement parts are so inexpensive.
* Honda: CB750, CB350, CB400, CB550, CB650, CB900, CB1000, Nighthawk 650, Nighthawk 750
* Kawasaki: KZ900, KZ1000, KZ750, KZ650, KZ500/KZ550, Zephyr 550, Zephyr 750, Zephyr 1100
* Suzuki: The 1976-1983 GS series: GS750, GS650, GS550, GS850, GS1000, GS1100
* Yamaha: XS1100, XJ1100, XJ650, XJ750, XJ900
The term UJM stands for Universal Japanese Motorcycle and is a loose term coined in the winter of 1976 when Cycle magazine used the acronym to describe a then new phenomenon:
"In the hard world of commerce, achievers get imitated and the imitators get imitated. There is developing, after all, a kind of Universal Japanese Motorcycle.... conceived in sameness, executed with precision, and produced by the thousands." 
The term is neutral (neither complementary nor pejorative) and highlights a bike's strong similarity to other bikes -- rather than exclusivity, brand pretence or distinctive character.
Furthermore, UJM most often refers to the specific wave of cycles which originated beginning in the late 1960's when the Big Four Japanese manufacturers began replicating each other's designs and introducing them to the market in quick succession -- the bikes clustering around this feature set:
* Standard Seating Position
* Air-cooled, transverse-mounted inline 4 cylinder or twin cylinder engine.
* Individual carburetors for each cylinder.
* Telescoping front fork.
* Dual-cradle steel ("featherbed-style") frame.
* Integrated engine and gearbox.
* Front disk brake.
A prominent example of the classic UJM is the 1969 Honda CB750, which became an obvious template for subsequent designs from the other three of the "Big Four" Japanese motorcycle manufacturers - Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha -- though, unlike most UJM's, the Honda CB750 achieved prominence in motorcycle history by introducing a compelling feature set at an unpThe term UJMrecedented price and unprecedented quality.
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