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I bought this recently at an Estate Sale. It had 1972 plates on it, but it was in great shape. I had a professional pull it apart and lube, clean, and restore all mechanical parts. New Brakes, New Upholstery, New Tires, New Battery, Coated Tank, and all the little details have been cared for. It looks like the first owner took a small spill on the bike, then parked and never rode it again. It has a few stratches there, an indentation on the muffler, and the front fender is bent a bit. It is plated in Michigan and I rode it for about 75 miles. I have two little kids so my joy riding can only happen with four wheels. I will help with any questions, but I am not a mechanic or a specialist with this bike. I have not even washed the bike since I bought it. Restored it to great running condition, rode it for a week, and its time for it to find a good home. Helmet is not included.
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Moto blogFri, 12 Apr 2013
AMA Pro Racing announced a new class for Flat Track racing designed to provide a new stepping stone for up-and-coming Pro-licensed racers, replacing the Pro Singles class in 2014. The new class, to be called Basic Twins, is more or less a revival of the Basic Expert Twins division that ran during the 2007 and 2008 seasons, but dropped when the Pro Singles class was introduced for 2009. The new class will give young racers a chance to showcase their skills on Twins, easing their transition to eventually enter the Grand National Expert Twins class.Fri, 06 Jun 2014
Earlier this week, John McGuinness won the single-lap TT Zero electric motorcycle race at the Isle of Man TT aboard his Mugen Shinden San. In the process, the 21-time TT winner smashed the old lap record of 109.675 mph, setting an average speed of 117.366 mph from a standing start. To put that in perspective, McGuinness’ teammate, Bruce Anstey, aboard a sister Mugen, set the outright lap record earlier this week aboard his Honda CBR1000RR superbike of over 132 mph.Tue, 02 Oct 2012
Today at Intermot 2012, Honda unveiled the CRF450 Rally, the machine it plans to enter in the 2013 Dakar Rally, marking the manufacturer’s return to the race after more than two decades. Honda has competed nine times from 1981 in the forerunner of the present Dakar Rally, the Paris-Dakar Rally. Cyril Neveu of France took Honda to its first victory in 1982, the race’s fourth year, and from 1986 to 1989 Honda won four consecutive titles for an overall record of five victories in nine years. The CRF450 Rally is based on Honda’s commercial CRF450X enduro racing model, and features electronic fuel injection, auxiliary fuel tanks in the panniers and lower side fairings, and the requisite navigation equipment located behind the windscreen.
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