2004 Suzuki Savage 650 (ls650p) on 2040-motos
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2004 Suzuki Savage 650 (LS650P), perfect starter bike runs great call 814-471-1001 - The Savage 650 is dedicated to giving you a whole lot more of what you want. Of course, that's been the attraction of big single-cylinder road bikes for decades, and it's what makes the Savage 650 the perfect heir to a timeless design. More of what you want? That begins with outstanding engine performance. Its torquey powerplant invites you to accelerate hard and rewards you with crisp throttle response throughout the powerband. Its high-mass crankshaft, built-in counterbalancers and durable, clean-running belt drive combine to provide exceptionally smooth operation. And electric starting with automatic decompression helps ensure easy starting every time. The Savage 650's light weight and low seat height help give it an agile responsiveness that lets you maneuver through traffic or enjoy a winding country road with confidence. The Savage 650 for 2004. Proof that less truly is more.
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Carlos Checa extended his lead in the 2011 World Superbike Championship, winning both races at Utah’s Miller Motorsports Park. The Althea Ducati racer recorded his second double of the season and now has six wins in ten races. Checa also scored the double in Utah in 2008 when Miller Motorsports Park made its debut on the WSBK calendar.Mon, 18 Mar 2013
Ryan Villopoto continues to be in championship form, taking his third consecutive victory and sixth of the season with a win at Lucas Oil Stadium for the Indianapolis round of the 2013 AMA Supercross Championship. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider had a calculated, methodical race to take the win and expand his championship lead to nine points ahead of Davi Millsaps. Millsaps took the holeshot in a chaotic start to the main event that saw several riders go down at the opening corner.Thu, 26 Sep 2013
It has lovers, haters and even many that still don't understand it but everyone in British bike racing is currently talking about the BSB Showdown. With my rider's or team manager's hat on, I wasn't convinced when it was first announced in 2010 but I'm now totally converted and enjoy every part of the season as intensity increases. And being a value for money Scot the best thing is you get four championships under one umbrella. Championship # 1; In the early rounds everyone on the grid has aspirations of taking the title but as the season progresses, the focus narrows down to making sure you secure that top six showdown spot over the first nineteen races (riders can also drop their worst two results). Championship #2; For the confident front runners, over these races, the real goal is the podium credit championship (3 for 1st ,2 for 2nd,1 for 3rd) which then gives them a points head start after things are put back to zero for the final seven race shoot-out. Championship #3; The best of the rest championship (7th and below) that will be battled over the final races. Championship # 4; Over the final seven races the British Superbike Champion is crowned. The recent adding and reshuffling a few top name riders for the Showdown has already spiced things up so hold on tight for the remaining five races!
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