Honda absolutely had bikes in this category.
They also had plenty if 175-250cc street-only twins:
1968 CB175 (not in the US)
1969 to 1973 CB175
1974 to 1976 CB200
250 Nighhawk (1987-2008)
CB250 1970's, smaller CC version of both the CB350 and CB360 -- outside the US
1988-1990 VTR250 (I have a 1990)
200?-present VTR250 (not in the US)
One could also argue that the 1968-1973 CL175 and 1974-1976 CL200 were street only, as the "Scramblers" were really just CB175 and CB200 street bikes with a high-mounted scrambler-styled exhaust (and other minor styling differences).
Originally Posted by ArtCuisin
Subject line covers it.
I'm trying to remember the offered Japanese, non-cruiser street-only singles
between 175 and 250cc in the seventies, eighties, and nineties.
I only remember the KZ200 and the SRX 250, I think.
Honda had none? They gravitated toward twins for anything above 125cc.
Suzuki only had cruiser models, I think.
(Harley had the Italian two-strokes.)
Does that cover it?
Major bonus points for anyone if I'm forgetting something.
Moto Guzzi: 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer, 2006 Breva 1100
BMW: 1973 SWB R75/5 "Toaster"
Honda: 1996 VFR750, 1993 VFR400R(NC30), 1976 CB400F, 1976 CB360T, 1975 CB550, 1975 CB400F 1974 CB350F, 1973 CL450, 1970 CL175, 1968 CL175(2), 1967 CB160(2), 1967 CL160
Scooters: 2007 Vespa GTS250ie, 2009 Kymco Agility 125