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2002 Honda Silver Wing on 2040-motos

$4,500
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:4
Location:

Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, HI

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2002 Honda silver wing 4,900mis600cc fuel injectedFront and rear disc brakesParking brakeLarge under seat trunk and glove boxCenter stand for easy serviceCurrent registration and safety checkCash only 4,500 OboCall 808-281-665fourNo texts pleaseThank you

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Honda Announces New 125cc Scooter Engine with Idle Stop

Mon, 26 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Honda announced it is developing a new 125cc scooter engine with an idle stop system promising 25% better fuel economy than existing engines. The announcement comes alongside the announcement of a new 700cc engine which will be introduced with the Honda Integra scooter. The new engine will be introduced in a variety of scooter models around the world in 2012.

Wheelie with Guy martin at Hein Gericke!

Fri, 25 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

LINCOLNSHIRE NUTCASE and all-round top lad Guy Martin, will be making a special appearance at Hein Gericke Leeds on Saturday 26 September.The Hydrex Honda rider will be on hand from 2-5pm to mug it up for your camera and sign autographs. Guy is sponsored by bike-mad clothing brand Red Torpedo, and there’ll be special offers on their range of funky threads, as well on other items throughout the store. Freebie and prizes are up for grabs in a free prize draw, and Leeds Tyres will be there to answer all your ‘black ‘oop’ related questions, while shop partner Paul will be cooking up his famous five alarm chilli and other attractions are to be announced.Plus, you can experience the EXTREME WHEELIE MACHINE powered by Hein Gericke.

And it's goodbye to all that ...

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 00:00:00 -0700

WHAT, you may well be asking, is a picture of an upturned helicopter doing on a website dedicated to motorcycles? Chopper fans amongst you may know this isn't any ordinary helicopter, it's an Agusta 109C; an 8-seat twin-turbine multi-million dollar aircraft capable of whisking its occupants across the sky at around 170mph. And my point is?