2015 Custom Built Motorcycles Bobber on 2040-motos
Yamaha Bobber description
YAMAHA XS650 BOBBER REAR BRAKE ONLY CAN EASILY BE SET UP WITH FRONT BRAKE. THE SETUP ON THIS BIKE WILL SUIT SOMEONE UNDER 6 FT TALL, IF FORWARD CONTROLS WERE USED SOMEONE OVER 6 FT WOULD FIT MORE COMFORTABLY. THIS BIKE IS NICE BUT IT WAS BUILT TO RIDE AND IS NOT A SHOW BIKE. IT HAS VERY NICE BLACK AND GOLD LACE PAINT. I HAVE PUT ON ABOUT 700 MILES SINCE I COMPLETED THE BIKE. IT HAS A CLEAN TITLE, TITLED AS A 2015 ASVE XS650 (MONTANA SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION TITLE). THE ENGINE WAS ORIGINALLY OUT OF A 73-74 BIKE.
I ALSO HAVE PICS OF THE BIKE AND MOTOR BUILD. IF YOUR INTERESTED IN SEEING SOME OF THOSE JUST LET ME KNOW. THE BIKE IS FOR SALE LOCALLY AND I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THE AUCTION EARLY. I MAY DELIVER THE BIKE WITHIN 300 MILES OF ME FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE. FEEL FREE TO CALL/TEXT/EMAIL ME ANYTIME 406-214-9411
Yamaha Bobber for Sale
Moto blogMon, 12 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800
Yamaha announced it is importing the newly updated for 2012 TMax maxi-scooter to Canada. First unveiled at the 2011 EICMA show, the 2012 Yamaha TMax received a sportier facelift and an updated 530cc engine Yamaha claims is lighter, more efficient and offers more torque at low- and mid-rpms compared to the 499cc engine found on the 2011 model. Yamaha claims the updated TMax can get up to 53 mpg, compared to the previous model’s 47 mpg claims.Thu, 29 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The last time we assembled the superbike offerings from the Big Four Japanese manufacturers to determine the alpha male model was 2009. The CBR won that confrontation, but a lotís changed since then. For 2012 Honda revamped the CBR1000RR, Yamaha added traction control to the R1, the GSX-R1000 lost a muffler and last year Kawasaki introduced an all-new ZX-10R.Thu, 25 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0800
I can’t get enough of pictures that capture a specific, hard to define moment; the successful encapsulation of the absolute balls-to-the-wall, life or death commitment that riding a motorbike as fast as possible involves. We all know. We’ve all been there – even if it’s only a once-in-a-lifetime moment. Maybe (for us mere mortals) it’s that rapidly, yet unexpectedly, tightening left-hand bend with a shitty, mud-covered veneer just at the apex.
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