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I have a 1976 Honda CB750 for sale. Top end has been gone through - cylinders honed, new gaskets, new plugs, and new seat and side covers. The carbs have been cleaned, and the battery is a little weak, but it turns over. I just got spark this last weekend. I bought it to be a winter project, but have 7 other bikes and need the space. The bike has an 836 cam in it. The motor seems sound, but the rest of the bike needs several things. The rear fender isn't correct, and only partially mounted. The wheels are Harley and work great. Has a key, two tanks, and a 70's faring that are included. I HAVE NOT GOTTEN IT TO RUN. It did pop a couple times, but it needs some love. I have a lost title application signed by the previous owner, and I was told it is on non-op. Could be a very fun winter task, and with the 836 in it, it could really haul.
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Moto blogWed, 25 Aug 2010
Went to meet Niall Mackenzie at Donington on Saturday. He was doing some one-on-one instruction at a two-day Focused Events track bash, the first to be held at the newly reopened Leicestershire circuit. I was really interested in what they’d done to the track and the new chicane looks the business.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.Fri, 22 Jun 2012
Honda is reportedly developing a production racer based on its RC213V racebike that could be sold to teams looking to compete in MotoGP. The new racebike is expected to be of a lower-spec than the RC213V prototype but perform better than a CRT machine with a production-based engine. According to a report by racing site MotoMatters and French magazine Moto Journal, the new V4-engined production racer will be sold to race teams instead of being leased, as is the case with current satellite teams and their race prototypes.
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