Damn Smeg! You got it right again
If you go on like this you 'll end up with a lifetime supply of Ouzo
Why don't you try the other tivia thread, (what bike is it) I made it for you
I mean I hope you can't find it!
In 1972 Massimo joined with Signors Bianchi and Mori to form the Bimota Motorcycle Company. The first frame kit, the HB1 (Honda/Bimota) was released in 1973 and the chrome molybdenum wrap around frame housed the common SOHC CB750 Honda Four. Ceriani forks, Marzocchi rear shocks, sporting tank and seat, cast wheels and cast iron brakes and Brembo calipers transformed the Japanese machine. These machines are now exceedingly rare. Few people could afford the price tag in those days.
It's easy to look back and see what early bikes came out with. However, the RD400 was the first mass-produced bike with cast wheels. But they were an option when the bike was released in 1976 which added £61. to the list price of £599. As virtually no-one wanted the spoked wheels, they were fitted as standard the following year. So there !
Actually the 1975 RD250 ( non-LC ) had them as well.
My bro still has his unmarked ( but seized ) pearlescent white version in his garage that hasn't seen the light of day for prob 10yrs I learn't to street ride on that by stealing...err borrowing it when I was 16.