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Stuart Davison 10-Jul-2017 15:21
Hiya! I have only recently discovered the existence of the NC36. What a pretty bike. I want one!
I guess due to it's rarity there seem to be very few online resources or forums.
I have found one for sale that i'm going to have a look at.
I've owned a CB-1 and a CB400RR in the past so I have some familiarity with the type of engine, is there anything specific to the NC36 I need to watch out for?
From the little i've read i'm guessing corrosion tends to be the biggest problem?
Any buying advice or directions to online resources would be most welcome.
Stevyn Colgan 10-Feb-2016 16:32
Hi Hidde - My name is Stevyn Colgan. I'd like to get hold of you to chat about using some photos in a forthcoming book. Any chance you could email me? Ta!
John Qualtrough 14-Nov-2011 09:51
Wonderful pictures - I really enjoyed looking at them
Checco 28-Dec-2010 13:21
Hi !
I am from Italy and I have , maybe, the only one ever NC36 in my country . And I am very proud of that .
Two questions , if you could help me : I would like to buy a rear steel rack as yours , where can I find it ?
Do you know which rear suspensions from other Honda models (more performing) could match our bike to replace them ?
Thanks Saluti
Richard Stagg 20-Nov-2010 19:39
Watcha matey
I'm also a NC36 owner and not far from you. I am based in Stamford. Would be good to have a natter sometime.
Helge Sman 09-Apr-2009 11:45
Hey Hidde!
Het Sted. Gym is op zoek naar oud-leerlingen voor een reunie in juni. "For sentimental reasons" zit ik te googlen naar leerlingen die ze nog niet hebben achterhaald, kom ik jou tegen!

Het gaat je goed zo te zien. Mooie foto's maak je. Kom je ook in juni?

Groet, Helge Sman
roger carins 21-Mar-2009 12:11
i am thinking of seeliing my nc36 and iwas just seeing if you know any one that would be interested in buying it.
if you email me at or phone on 07971348409

i will provide pics, if there is any interest.


roger carins
Tamas Bankuti 12-Feb-2009 09:52

Excellent pictures, congratulations! Probably You can help me, I'm looking for very good quality close-up shot(s) of the side cover logo from the gorgeous little CB400, do You have some?

Thank You very much in advance.

Ton 11-Aug-2008 04:45
Nice bike,,,,,I am also had a same modle as you cb400 four in Thailand...
scott morgan 22-May-2008 19:57
Nice Images. I think that you are the person I had the conversation with concerning the E1 at the May 2008 BMF show. I had an E400 with me at the time. If so, nice to find your gallery.
Keep up the good work,
Cheers, Scott
Guest 17-Feb-2008 20:28
Hi Hidde,

Thanks for sending us the link and i must say the photos looked simply awesome! Its great to know that even the people in the UK appreciates Jap bikes as well...but i'm also a Boneville fan...would love to own one someday! Well, we'll stay in touch ya and take care for now!

Cheers mate,
Andy - cb400 four from Singapore
moon 16-May-2006 04:21
execllent werk!
keep it up!
Richard Haas 29-Dec-2005 14:45
could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Hidde Wallaart05-Apr-2005 10:50
Thanks for the nice comments Dick! I walked through Zojoji on the way to Tokyo Tower and found something far more interesting. To capture the New Year festivities there would be great! I see you also use and Olympus camera, the C2100UZ. The "UZI" still has a loyal following and produces great pics! I'll keep you posted on Kyoto, but it is a lot to go through.
Best wishes, Hidde
Dick Harris04-Apr-2005 15:19
Hi Hidde,
Nice group of photos. I hope I can do as well next month.
I'm surprised to see Zojyoji. Most people don't know of it
unless they stay at the Prince or the Shiba Park.
I lived just a few blocks away and walked through it often.
New Year's was a great event when they burned the old
wooden grave markers and all the foreigners lined up to toll the bell (108 times).
Your Harajuku shots were a reminder to go there on a weekend
for photos of the crazy kids. My last two trips I never got there.
Looking forward to your Kyoto pics.

Best regards,
Dick Harris