2008 Victory Vegas Low Cruiser on 2040-motos
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2008 Victory Vegas Low, If you would like a panel by panel walk-around or have additional questions, please give Kevin Cahill a call at (573) 204-7777 or you can visit us on our website at :// . GREAT BIKE, GREAT PRICE, AND A GREAT PLACE TO DO BUSINESS! This vehicle is also for sale locally, so auction may end at any time. No warranty is provided, First Auto Credit does offer after market warranties.
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Moto blogWed, 03 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800
GAMING GIANT Capcom has released screen shots for Moto GP 09/10, ahead of the game's demo premier this Thursday.The latest in the Moto GP series is said to take an "exciting new direction rewarding players for racing style and skill on the track".The demo will offer players a chance to compete in one of three great game modes – Championship mode, Time Trial and the all new Arcade mode where you win time extensions for executing skilful manoeuvres. Put in a bad performance and your dreams of racing to victory will be over.MotoGP 09/10 will be available at retail across Europe and Australia on March 19th. Fans will be able to compete in the most up-to-date racing experience earlier than ever before with the 2010 season content available to download free of charge shortly after launch.Fri, 03 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
In a just released video HRC Team Director Katsumi Yamazaki describes Honda’s Dakar weapon, the CRF450 Rally. Warning: Yamazaki-san’s monotone delivery manages to snuff the excitement factor of what is an incredibly trick motorcycle, but it’s still interesting to watch. Honda returned to the Dakar Rally for the first time in 24 years in January 2013.Thu, 16 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Day 11 marked the longest stage to date of the Dakar Rally, as the competitors tackled the 605km (376 miles) special stage, covering a variety of terrain, hard ground, mountains, plus 120km (75 miles) of sand and dunes in the Copiapo area. Despite this, and a fall at the beginning of the stage, Marc Coma again demonstrated his status as boss of the Dakar 2014, by picking up his third victory of the year, further reinforcing his position at the top of the general standings. Five-time Dakar winner Cyril Depres opened the piste for 400km before dropping slightly to finish just 02:31 behind Marc Coma in first.
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