1976 Honda Xl250 on 2040-motos
Honda XL250 description
This is a good running original bike. It is missing a few parts and has some scratches and dings but for the most part is in great shape. The clutch and transmission work well and it starts on the first kick. It has a new chain and both sprockets. As expected both tires are weather checked and worn. The seat has been recovered with a vinyl and needs to be done right. If you read this far you probably know this bike is getting hard to find. As seen in the pics both side covers are missing and the rear fender is cracked and there is a small ding in the right side of the tank. The kill switch is broken as well as the dimmer switch. The battery cover is there but someone has cut the positive cable. In Wyoming prior to 1984 no title was issued for dirt bikes. Because of this they make it easy to originate a new title. I have done the VIN inspection and started the process which takes two weeks. I will guarantee clear title.
Honda XL250 for Sale
Moto blogWed, 20 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
The Honda CB1100 has only been available here in North America for a year, but for 2014, the retro-styled standard is already getting an update. That’s because the CB1100 has been around for a bit longer overseas, and for nearly everywhere but here, it’s ripe for a modest refresh. For 2014, Honda is replacing the previous version’s five-speed transmission with a six-speed gearbox.Fri, 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.Wed, 12 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Spy photos have emerged out of Thailand depicting two new Honda motorcycles reputed to be a new CBR500 and a second, naked version, possibly to be named a CB500. The photos were posted on the CBR250.net forum by someone claiming to have inside knowledge of the new 500cc Honda models which would be produced in Thailand where the CBR250R is currently manufactured. The faired version is equipped with dual headlights like the Honda CBR600RR instead of the VFR1200-derived Y-shaped light used on the CBR250R and its smaller siblings the CBR125R and CBR150 offered in some markets.
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