1981 Honda Other on 2040-motos
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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 blogWed, 11 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
On the 11th January 1962, Steve Hislop was born in Hawick, Scotland. Today would have been his 50th birthday, but he was tragically killed in a helicopter accident in 2003. Hizzy was a genius on a motorbike and when he was happy with everything around him, he was amongst the best in the world.Wed, 17 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Spanish oil company and noted motorcycle racing sponsor Repsol recently gathered its cadre of riders from MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and the Spanish CEV championship for a special race – on electric minimotos. Honda MotoGP riders Casey Stoner and Dani Pedrosa were joined by Moto2 racer Marc Marquez, his brother Alex Marquez and his fellow Moto3 racers Miguel Oliveira and Alex Rins and CEV racer Maria Herrera in the minimoto race. Hijinks ensued as racers grappled for position in the low-speed race.Fri, 06 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
There was a time when a rider’s number indicated his position from the previous season, with the ultimate accolade being the number 1 emblazoned on the front of the champion's bike. The rise of branding in MotoGP and a rider wanting to market themselves, born from Barry Sheene and his retention of no.7, saw riders decide against displaying their finish from the year before. Rossi, who on winning his numerous championships, stuck with his famous #46 in defence of his titles, instead of stamping a great number 1 on his bikes.
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