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We have sold over 50 custom build cafe racers on ebay so bid with confidence! We can ship anywhere in the 48 states. Shipping will cost anywhere from $250-$550 depending on distance from Pittsburgh, PA We reserve the right to end the auction early if it sells via our website or is sold locally. Feel free to make us an offer if you would like to end the auction early.
1971 Honda CB450 Custom ADV Cafe Racer
Custom Aluminum Tank Raw Metal with a clear coat
Rebuilt Top End New Piston Rings And Gaskets 26k on the original 125 miles since the rebuild
Valve Job Completed by local machine shop
7/8" Super bars
New Stator Cover Gasket
Pod Filters to Replace the stock air box. Carbs tuned to run property with the pods.
Led Tail Light
Custom Flat Seat
Fresh Oil Change
New NGK Spark Plugs
Black Powder Coated Wheels
New Dual Sport Tires
Runs Perfectly Starts on the first kick!
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Moto blogThu, 28 Jul 2011
The U.S. motorcycle industry saw a 4.6% decrease in year-on-year sales over the first six months of 2011, thanks mostly to a 17.3% drop in ATV sales. Motorcycle and scooter sales however saw a 1.7% bump in the first half .Thu, 10 Apr 2014
Having won the opening two rounds of the 2014 Women’s Motocross Championship (WMX) – at the AMA sanctioned Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross at Daytona International Speedway in Florida, and at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship in Wortham, Texas, Australia’s Mackenzie Tricker comes into this weekend’s race at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California, with momentum on her side and a 17-point lead in the series standings. Round three of the Women’s Motocross Championship (WMX) will run in conjunction with the FMF California Classic, which runs from April 9 through April 13, with both WMX motos taking place on Sunday. So far, Tricker has won three of the four motos held to date, and the Yamaha-backed rider is hoping to pad her lead in the series standings with a good finish this weekend.Wed, 20 Apr 2011
I’ve managed 1374 miles on the Michelin Power Pures (mostly on track) and although we’ve had some decent temperatures they still look like new so there’s plenty meat left for another month at least. I’ve been running them at 30psi front and 32psi rear and find they warm up after a few miles but I wouldn’t say the temperature comes any quicker than any of the competition so it has to be four miles before I get brave. I’ve had a few out the seat moments with my BMW but I have got the rear suspension set pretty hard (8 rebound,8 compression, two turns on pre load) and in slick mode, so 190bhp in first gear at the Knockhill hairpin is always going to be dodgy.
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