Originally Posted by tundradirtbiker
Old bikes may have been junk in comparison to a current bike, but who knew the difference? Thanks for sharing the cool pix
I beg to differ. I have never owned anything newer than a 1985 RM250. I love old bikes, and I love everything about them!
They are more simple, easier to fix, and much better looking IMHO.
I am 20 years old, and I get old Harley riders, people on BMW's w/sidecars, sport bikes, and every other kind of motorcycle rider admiring and asking about my 74' MT125! It seems to bring back memories of the old riding days for old folk, and new generation riders seem to appreciate the versatility and simplicity and rarity of it!
I don't think I ever want to let the machine go, and i hope to teach my future children to ride on this piece of Honda history.
I regret selling my 1972 Honda XL250 all of the time...
[QUOTE=WilsonGermany;20224296]Is 1987 also old?
It's on the boarder line. But it's still over 20 so we'll let it slide