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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
Man o man i bet that 750 two stroke is fun !
I think that might be a GT750 I sold to a guy in Belen who fixed it up some. I had bought it cheap and later got a nicer one. They are solid and sturdy but not all that much fun. Big 2 strokes surge some at steady throttle. An interesting bike for sure.
Antiquated, for sure, but a piece of history too. They were quite the big deal when they were new. This was the first bike I'd ever ridden with a gear indicator; pretty high-tech stuff for the day.
It's a nice drive Blake -
He's sending pictures.
Mine for $3k if I want it after seeing the pics.
Need to get shot of that Two Bros pipe though
Need a red flag on the end of that pipe !
When did you sell your Ninja?
when I got the 310
1981 GL1100 Goldwing - $1300 (Woodland Park)
It sure seems like there have been a lot of good deals on CL recently. I picked one up yesterday (not this one). I wish I had about $6000 and a big storage shed. I've seen at least a half dozen really great, cheap bikes recently.
This one was a close call....I resisted as best I could
For Sale is a 1978 Honda Goldwing in very good condition.
Bike runs great and has new rear tire and battery. Bike has 20k miles.
Barko1....I think you need this
like having a mini T500 Titan or a bigger X6 Hustler
1972 Suzuki 350 Hustler motorcycle. needs work / restore
engine needs to be rebuild. very rare. collectors wanted
A couple years ago I looked long and hard for one of these.... tough to find.
FOR SALE: 1997 KTM 200 EXC Jack Piner Edition.
Collectors bike, comes with two sets of plastic. Great mechanical and external condition.
Rarely ridden, kept in the garage after riding. The tires are in good condition.
Titled and plated. $2400 OBO.
Emailed on this Saturday night, no response. I suspect a venting session?
Has been flagged for removal:huh. Sometime I may get a T500. In my youthful days I had one that I had modified to Suzuki road race specs complete with expansion chambers. I think they must have been about 130 db when on the pipe. Ran like a dog until 6500 then hold on and get ready to shift again
I've seen that ZRX12R in Castle Rock, Denver, and on I-25 in between quite often...assuming there aren't many identical bikes around.
Green is the most common ZRX color thru the years....I'd bet you saw another one, this one is in Steamboat and was ridden locally. He's only had it since last Spring, so maybe the previous owner was on the front range.
2003 FZ1 w/ 6600 miles
I rented one of these in the UK for a week, Jeanne and I rode it two up all over - I came back a big fan.
If I had to buy a practical sport bike tomorrow, it'd be a FZ-something. I like that paint job, F800GS'ish. What's that thing on the bottom right side of the swing-arm that basically looks like a chain?