1966 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
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Really didn't want to let this bike go but can use the $ towards other projects. Matching numbers 1966 Big Bear Scrambler 250cc. I acquired it in a trade in this condition. After adjusting the points and carbs it fired up and ran good but the clutch is slipping, I was able to ride it through the gears but not under full power. The previous owner put a lot of money and time into it. The paint work is a good quality 2 stage paint. Please study the pictures closely for details. The front number plate is Not mounted well enough to ride with, it clips onto the front forks but doesn't hold well. Also no 6 volt battery is included, I ran it on an RC car battery that I use for my 6 volt bikes. There is no title for the bike and will be sold on a Bill-of-sale.
Please review the pictures carefully, If requested I can send a video or more pictures to your email or phone if needed. If you live close I recommend coming and looking at it in person. My cell Phone number is 951-531-7O68.
Buyer is responsible for shipping including crating if needed. This is an "as is" sale, no returns or refunds. If paying with a check Bike will be released 5 days after payment clears my account to avoid scams. If paying with a Wire (preferred) the bike will be released 24 hours after payment has funded.
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Moto blogThu, 11 Aug 2011
If you are a track day regular this year, you may well have bumped into former racer and friendly Kiwi, Simon Crafar. I first met him in Malaysia in 1990 when he was riding for a Yamaha dealer team, sweating his way round circuits like Shah Alam and Johor Bahru but with a long term plan to make it onto the World scene. And he didn’t take long as after riding for Honda in the UK in 1992 he moved to WSB in 1994 and enjoyed success with both the Honda and Kawasaki factory teams.Tue, 14 Jan 2014
Dennis Charlett is stamping his authority on the New Zealand Superbike championship. The 45 year-old father of five and grandfather of three (no, those aren’t typos) won the first three races of the season during the series opener in Christchurch, placing him firmly at the top of the points standings heading into round two at Levels Raceway, near Timaru. The championship favorite certainly got the wake-up call as Taupo’s Suzuki rider Scott Moir raced to a convincing win in Saturday’s Superbike race, while Charlett was forced to settle for fourth place.Tue, 20 Oct 2009
HELMET MANUFACTURER X-LITE will be unveiling one of their top-of-the-range lids in a variety of colour schemes favoured by Fiat Yamaha MotoGP star Jorge Lorenzo.The X-802 is now available in the MotoGP star's black paint scheme, with the recognisable red 'X' on the crown. The back of the helmet features an 'Evolution of Lorenzo', which charts the transition of the Mallorcan from boy to worldwide phenomenon, in a Charles Darwin cartoon stylee.If that doesn't float your boat there will be more options: Lorenzo's Captain America paint scheme, seen at the Indianapolis GP, will be available by the end of the year, along with the NASA-style astronaut helmet used during Lorenzo's stunning victory at Estoril.The helmet is priced at 484 euros (£442) on the European market.I feel a phone call coming on...
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