2004 Honda Vtx on 2040-motos
Honda VTX description
Low miles on the bike, the sidecar is an older 80s model. In great shape for its age but I will note this is not a show bike, it gets ridden and has scratches and scrapes and is over 11 years old. Also the sidecar seat bottom stitches are ripped, but every person who has ever got in the thing have stepped on it so I have never fixed it. The bike has the factory pipes on it now but I have a set of cobra shortys to go with it just in case you like it loud. Has factory heated heated grips so you can ride year round. Lots of aftermarket chrome on bike. The ride itself is fun and it gets a lot of attention. Please ask any questions you may have.
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Moto blogFri, 12 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700
When the AMA Flat Track stars of today compete at the spring Springfield Mile, May 26 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds, they will be joined by the stars of the past, taking part in the “Ride of Legends“. Hosted by the Illinois Motorcycle Dealers Association and Ride Academy, a riding school founded by multiple Grand National race winner Mike Hacker, the “Ride of Legends” exhibition race will feature several other past Grand National event winners racing each other on Honda dirt bikes. Joining Hacker will be Jay Springsteen, Joe Kopp, Rich King, Ronnie Jones, Steve Beattie, Steve Moorehead and Chris Carr.Mon, 27 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Development of Honda‘s new production racer is well underway, as the new (relatively) low-cost MotoGP racebike underwent testing at Japan’s Twin Ring Motegi circuit May 23-24. Conceived as a lower-cost option for race teams, the production racer project is running slightly behind schedule but Honda still expects it will available in time for the 2014 MotoGP season. Early reports estimate the price for the production racer to be around US$1.26 million, a substantial price, but still considerably less expensive than rumored $3.9 million it currently costs to lease a Honda RC213V for one season.Tue, 17 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0800
Yamaha Motor Co. announced Monday that it is cutting the ringers from its company rugby team. The Yamaha Jubilo rugby club competes in the Top League, the highest level Japanese Rugby Football Union pro league. The team currently sits fifth out of 14 teams with a 3-2-2 record with a roster of 17 professional players including nine non-Japanese imports.
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