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Discussion in '2 smokers' started by FloridaSteve, Dec 30, 2007.
Meets all of the criteria for being called a "Flying Milk Stool".
"I liek to tahk zee drugs, unt zen go oot in dee verkshop..."
Oh yeah, a whole lot of weird going on here. Check out the inline dual shocks..among other things
Cagiva SST 350. The ultimate evolution (and swan song) of what were originally the Aermacchi/Harley two-strokes.
Just came into Kaplan. Wow.
A few pictures taken at the Deal's Gap motel this morning - it's 2 stroke week !
This one used to be mine. I looked for the owner, but he was out on his RG500 Gamma.
THANK YOU for posting those.
I regret not being able to get down there, again.
One of these years I need to try and get time off for that week of two stroke love
Any strokers with aluminum frames there...other than the mentioned RG500?
I didn't see any, but those pictures were just some of the bikes parked. Like the RG500, they may have been out being ridden.
I know there is a local with a Honda NSR250, but he probably only swings by, if that.
@busa1300 , you'd need a big trailer to bring ALL of yours - how would you narrow it down to a few ?
Having more than a couple two strokes running perfectly for a weekend might be too much to expect
I would keep it simple and do something like this
I seen this on 2fiftycc site. thanks for sharing here.
LOVE this thing!!!
Saw this today at a bike show and swap meet...
And after what I said here...
I was talking to the owner and he said it has never been apart, even raced it a bit in the early 80's.
He said the reports of their unreliability are greatly exaggerated.
But his has only got 9000klm on it.
Out and about meandering around the county,
Clean,clean,nicely done Yamaha. My dad bought a new 1972 250 Enduro,and loaned it to me as practice bike until it was reduced to rubble. It tried to kill me,I mostly killed it. Traded it for a 1939 GMC Truck,I threw in 40.00 also.
My 1973 Yamaha RT3 set up for racing.