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Custom Built Motorcycles : Bobber Honda Bobber Bar Hopper on 2040-motos

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Late black Friday sale lol.. Selling this bike for a customer at 2k lose. this is a deal if your looking for one Up for sell is a custom loosespokz 2 seater bar hopper. Bike has 60 spoke wheels 21 front 240 rear and custom air bagged twin seat. bike will Gps just over 100mph with more then enough power to run 90 with passenger. Call for any questions. Shipping isn't a big deal through Uship. These aren't the normal hard tail bobbers built from sub par motorcycles with 90% or more of the original bike... I use the motor and neck everything else is new or custom made parts. All coatings are powder coat, all hardware is stainless steel. Skinny bikes are 6k wide tire bikes range form 7500-8500 call or txt for more information 336 870 XXXX LooseSpokz COM NEW FRAME KITS

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2012 Isle of Man TT Kickoff Event Will Stream Live Tomorrow, April 18

Tue, 17 Apr 2012

The most spectacular, and perhaps dangerous, road race in the world is more than a month away — a painfully long wait for fans! — but the Isle of Man is ramping up activities for the 2012 Isle of Man TT with the official race kickoff event slated for tomorrow, Wednesday, April 18, at Villa Marina in the Isle of Man’s capital, Douglas. The launch event takes place at 7pm [GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) or 4pm EST in the U.S.], and will broadcast live via webstream on the TT’s official site homepage:

Is this Valentino Rossi's missing NSR500?

Thu, 15 Apr 2010

CHECK THIS: the poster of this video on YouTube is asking if the machine in the clip is an ex-Valentino Rossi Honda NSR500 GP racer. Although, the bike looks the part, we doubt it's a 'missing' Valentino two-stroker. We weren't even aware the nine-time world champ had lost one!

Day 11 Dakar 2014: Coma Wins, Extends Overall Lead

Thu, 16 Jan 2014

Day 11 marked the longest stage to date of the Dakar Rally, as the competitors tackled the 605km (376 miles) special stage, covering a variety of terrain, hard ground, mountains, plus 120km (75 miles) of sand and dunes in the Copiapo area. Despite this, and a fall at the beginning of the stage, Marc Coma again demonstrated his status as boss of the Dakar 2014, by picking up his third victory of the year, further reinforcing his position at the top of the general standings. Five-time Dakar winner Cyril Depres opened the piste for 400km before dropping slightly to finish just 02:31 behind Marc Coma in first.