1969 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
Lake Worth, Florida, United States
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1969 HONDA CB 350 COMPLETE AND TOTALLY ORIGINAL BIKE
20,843 MILES, RUN GREAT, HAS NO TITLE. IN THE ABOVE INFORMATION SELECTION, "ADD ITEM SPECIFICS" THERE IS NO SELECTION FOR
"NO TITLE", E-BAY ADVISED TO CHOOSE "REBUILT, REBUILDABLE & RECONSTRUCTED". SINCE THERE IS NO TITLE, PLEASE CHECK YOUR
STATE LAW ON HOW TO REGISTER AN UNTITLED MOTORCYCLE.
WILL SELL TO U.S. ONLY. DEPOSIT IN 48 HOURS, BALANCE IN 7 DAYS FROM AUCTION END.. SHIPPING IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF PURCHASER.
PICK UP IS ACCEPTABLE. BIKE LOCATED IN SOUTH FLORIDA.
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Tested: Dual Clutch TransmissionTue, 18 Sep 2012
Been blasting all around the UK on my Crosstourer DCT this summer. The bike is mega in a Range Rovery-posh and grunty kind of a way. But it’s that engine and gearbox that transcend the normal into new realms of brilliance. I’ve been doing my best not to bore people too much about DCT but it’s hard.
2011 Honda CBR125R Makes Canadian DebutFri, 10 Dec 2010
As we posted earlier this week, Honda Canada invited CBR125R owners to its corporate headquarters for the Canadian debut of the new CBR250R. But that wasn’t the only unveiling, as the 2011 edition of the CBR125R was also revealed. While the new 250 was the star of Honda Canada’s launch event, the 125 owners in attendance reacted positively to the updates for the 2011 CBR125R model.
Report: Dorna to Replace Superstock Classes with More Stock-Inspired WSBK and New 250cc ClassMon, 07 Jan 2013
The coming World Superbike racing season may be the last to feature Superstock classes as series promoter Dorna tries to differentiate its WSBK and MotoGP properties. According to Italian outlet Motosprint, Dorna plans to rewrite the World Superbike and Supersport class rulebooks for the 2014 season to make the race bikes closer to their respective production models. This would create further separation between WSBK and MotoGP, with Superbike racing moving closer to its production-based roots while prototypes racing in the GP series.
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