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1981 Honda CM200 Twinstar in excellent condition for its age. It only has 525 miles original miles on the bike since day 1. I purchased the bike from a outside of Green Bay in 1999 from the original owner out on a farm. Saw the bike parked near the county road so I pulled in for information. The ladies husband bought it new in 81 and passed away in the mid 90's so there it sat with 300 original miles. It runs like a little sewing machine. Please call with any questions. Would really like to see it go to a great new home where it won't be abused. I will assist with shipping in any way that I can and will hold it as long as needed in my garage under cover. I am selling it locally so I do reserve the right to end the auction early. From what I have seen in the past these little fellas are selling with 5,000 miles on them for around 1,500. Thanks. Jeff in WI. 715-892-6996.
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Moto blogMon, 25 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
We were disappointed when American Honda announced it would offer the NC700X in 2014 the very same day its parent company revealed the NC model line was getting upgraded to 750 in other markets. It was bad enough Americans only got the adventure-styled X version and not the NC700S naked standard or Integra scooter in Europe, but for 2014, American Honda will continue offering the 670cc model instead of the new 745cc version. Canada may be another story however, as Honda Canada’s website has pages set up for both the NC750X and NC750S.Wed, 14 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0700
Away from the pressures of being a Grand Prix racer in the days when fierce on-track battles and unexpected highsides were common place, Wayne Gardner throws a Honda VFR750F around Oran Park in Australia. The bike that Wayne is likely to be riding is special VFR750F, that was given the codename '6X'. The VFR was an experiment with prototype components including titanium valves and magnesium flat-slide carburetors, the result was the bike that weighed less than a factory RC30.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.
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