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I am offering for auction sale my 1982 Honda, CB900SS. This bike has all original black paint and decals and presents itself as in excellent physical condition. Mileage is extremely low as she sat garaged in dry storage and not operated for many years (2006). This machine has been professionally overhauled with many new parts. The carburetors are original and have been completely cleaned and rebuilt. She has brand new Michelin Pilot tires, tune up, filter, 4 NKG plugs and new fork seals. The charging system has been completely replaced (Rotor/stator/rectifyer/battery). All wiring and connections are excellent and in mint condition. The bike has a brand new brake fluid reservoir. New pads on the front and rear as well a rear piston rebuild kit. Brakes work safely and flawlessly! The gas tank has been sealed inside using POR-15 and came out perfectly. I had a OEM petcock affixed with a fuel line filter. This bike runs like brand new and you won't be disappointed. Happy bidding!
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Own a new-ish Honda Gold Wing or F6B? Felt the need to convert it into a reverse trike but don’t know where to go? If you live anywhere near Lake Alfred, Florida, you’re in luck.Tue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
James Stewart‘s hot streak continues with his second-consecutive win and fourth AMA Supercross podium in five weeks after an impressive effort at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Fresh off of signing a contract extension with Yoshimura Suzuki, Stewart took control of the Arlington main event on the third lap, passing holeshot-taker Ryan Dungey and running away with the win. With his win last week at San Diego, Stewart becomes the first rider to win back-to-back races this season and establishes himself as a championship contender as we approach the mid-way point of the 2014 season.Fri, 19 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700
The Postie Bike Challenge started in 2002 as a one-off event in Brisbane, Australia to prove that small bikes can travel long distances over both asphalt, dirt, sand, or stony surfaces has turned into a 10-day charity event. The entry fee is $4,000 but almost everything is taken care of, including: Late model Honda CT110 Postie bike (registered to you!) All breakfasts, lunches and dinners All fuel for the trip One way air ticket back to Brisbane Support truck to carry equipment, clothing bag and mechanics Final celebration dinner and hotel accommodation That’s right, you can keep the Honda CT110 Postie bike (designed for commercial and agricultural, also used by Australia Post) but the concept is to give the bike to charity in your name after the event is over, its up to you but more than 90% of the participants do give the bike back. Hit the jump to see the video and for more info on this years trek. The 2009 Postie Bike Challenge will take place from October 3rd to the 13th and will go from Brisbane to Melbourne, the destination changes every year. The route taken will be about 2,000 miles (the direct route is about 1,000 miles). If your interested, get your entry form and deposit in ASAP, last years event was sold out.
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