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1992 Honda Night Hawk 750 on 2040-motos

$1,395
YearYear:1992 MileageMileage:60000 ColorColor: Green
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Orlando, Florida

Orlando, FL
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1992 Honda night hawk 750, Runs and drives great

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Tue, 12 Mar 2013

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Day 2 Dakar 2014: Sunderland Wins First Special Stage

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Honda won the second day of competition with Team HRC’s Sam Sunderland claiming victory in the first special stage of this year’s Dakar. Sunderland has had a frustrating time at previous Dakars, dropping out after three days of racing in 2012 and withdrawing a month before last year’s event due to fracturing both his wrists. Today, however, Sunderland made a grand entrance into the club of elite riders by brilliantly winning his first special stage of this year’s Dakar. Having started well behind his teammate, Joan Barreda, the 23-year old Brit superbly overtook Michael Metge and Juan Pedrero on the first part of the route.

2012 US Motorcycle Sales Results – Industry Reports 2.6% Increase

Tue, 05 Feb 2013

The Motorcycle Industry Council reported a 2.6% increase in motorcycle sales in the U.S. market for 2012. According to the industry group’s figures, American consumers purchased 452,386 motorcycles in 2012 compared to 440,899 motorcycles in 2011.