Robert Prsig's Honda 305 is now part of the Smithsonian Museum. https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/mot...smithsonian-museum/ar-BBY8236?ocid=spartandhp The motorcycle The 305 cc Superhawk CB77 motorcycle by Honda gave the manufacturer credibility as a producer of quality motorcycles capable of using technology rarely seen in motorcycling at any price-point (SOHC parallel-Twin cylinder, 9,000 RPM, and oil-tight) and capable of challenging much larger bikes. The 305 cc scrambler spin-off CL77 and its smaller brother, the CL72 250 cc, helped to promote racing in Mexico in Baja, which became an industry of its own, and helped to propel street scramblers and off-road motorcycling into a popular activity. Robery Prsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance not-only became a publishing phenomenon, selling millions of books, but it also helped the writer to face challenges in his life, a cathartic effort destined to be remembered long-after his writing it. We all face gumption traps, it's how we deal with them that helps us to persevere, and to move-on down the road of life.