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Old 02-28-2013, 12:39 AM   #55
JerryH
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Originally Posted by damasovi View Post
that cruiser has never been abailable in Mexico, just a couple of years ago honda brought this one, Honda V men, 125 cc and it is pretty, if it had been available in 2004 when I bough my first bike, I am sure I would gone to the cruiser side:


here is what it looks like! They are also not expensive (less than 30,000 pesos or like $2,500 USD)

Damasovi

I would definitely go with that over the Eliminator. More my style (a lot more retro) and it has cast wheels, which I assume means tubeless tires. I had to carry extra tubes, tire irons, tools to remove and install the wheels, a pump, and a small homemade jack around with me, which completely filled up my saddlebags.
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