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The motorcycle was bought new in 1984 by a 1/4 mile race track family in Alabama to travel around the race track mostly. He drove a shiny black race car so he repainted it to match his race car. I am the second person who has had it. The first person is a gentleman working for the race car driver who kept it in his garage for several years before he put it out in his garage sale where I found it there visiting family friends. It had 600 plus miles on it and now it has 884.6 miles on it. It is almost a brand new one!! Everything is original except I had to put in new spark plugs, new seat, rear view mirror, and new covering for the front springs. I have the original manual for it and a new manual showing how to use it and for repair. It is nice that is has two spark plugs so if one is not working it can be switched to the other one. It has a spare gas tank. the high and low range for the transmission which on low range and gear one it can go at full throttle it can get up to 1 mph. It can go anywhere with good traction. I have had a lot of fun on it when it was not raining.
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Moto blogFri, 22 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Honda is reportedly developing a production racer based on its RC213V racebike that could be sold to teams looking to compete in MotoGP. The new racebike is expected to be of a lower-spec than the RC213V prototype but perform better than a CRT machine with a production-based engine. According to a report by racing site MotoMatters and French magazine Moto Journal, the new V4-engined production racer will be sold to race teams instead of being leased, as is the case with current satellite teams and their race prototypes.Wed, 27 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame announced it will induct five new members for 2013. The Hall also announced it will add one new member to its Freedom Fighters Hall of Fame. For 2013, the Hall will welcome to its ranks motorcycle attorney Russ Brown, custom chopper builder Rick Fairless (pictured above), Harley-Davidson dealer Bill Gikling, actor Marjoe Gortner of the television special “Sturgis: The Great Ride”, and antique motorcycle expert Lonnie Isam, Sr.Tue, 15 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Honda, the largest (by volume) motorcycle manufacturer in the world has launched one of its least expensive motorcycles. Made specifically for the booming two-wheeler market in India, the 109cc Dream Yuga is set to retail for 44,642 Indian rupees. That price wouldn’t translate directly here in the U.S., but a simple currency conversion at today’s monetary values equates the rupee cost to $830.
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