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2006 Honda Gold Wing on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:54 ColorColor: Burgundy
Location:

Denison, Iowa, United States

Denison, Iowa, United States

Honda Gold Wing tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,800 WarrantyWarranty:As Is No Warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Owner

Honda Gold Wing description

2006 Honda GL 1800 with Helmet.  Great condition.  Selling for a friend.  Clean nice bike well taken care of.  Email me with questions and I can email more pictures.  Pick up only.

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Honda CRF250L Confirmed for North America

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

American Honda and Honda Canada haven’t yet officially announced they will import the new Honda CRF250L, but the parent company has outed the dual-sport’s availability in North America. Honda has launched a new micro-site dedicated to the CRF250L describing its features including its CBR250R-derived engine. The section discussing the CRF250L’s muffler explicitly confirms an American and Canadian model, saying: “the model for the United States and Canada complies through additional settings for a spark arrestor.” The section on the CRF250L’s engine also confirms the dual-sport will be CARB-compliant, stating: “the power unit for the U.S.

Dealer Expo 2010: Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust

Mon, 15 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Yoshimura is playing to the green movement with its new R-77 slip-on canister with integral catalytic converter. The version ready for the 2008-09 Honda CBR1000RR is claimed to be three pounds lighter than stock and offers a big bump in midrange power. Most importantly to the greenies, however, is that it produces fewer emissions than other performance mufflers.

Honda Canada to Launch CBR250R Racing Series

Fri, 30 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Honda Canada will introduce a new national racing series featuring the CBR250R for 2012. The news is no surprise as Honda has been running a CBR125R Challenge racing series as a support class for the Canadian Superbike Championship since 2008. With the CBR250R on the market for nearly a year (and reportedly doing quite well at that), a racing series featuring the quarter-liter sportbike was almost inevitable.