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Discussion in '2 smokers' started by FloridaSteve, Dec 30, 2007.
Let me try this again.
We never got these in UK we had the 125cc version. More here:- https://silodrome.com/suzuki-rv90/
My Can Am MX 175 in front, tail of my 250 TNT poking out of shed. L to R, my Brother-in-Law, me, my Brother. This is probably 1982 or 1983..
Just pulled this from the work bench so I'm flooding ADV with pics...
Allen Millyards home built 500cc 4 cylinder , water cooled Kawasaki .
Had this pair out for a little shoot out on the trail. Very different personalities.
You regret selling that Yamaha?
All the time.
It didn't look as nice as it does now, as the new owner spent quite a bit of money to bring it to its present condition. More money than I could afford then.
I suspect the RZV decals were added by the new owner?
He does have an RZV also, but it is not stock at all.
I was fortunate to be able to ride one of these, back about 25 years ago... it was on Craigslist, l can't believe he let me ride it! We went out on a ride, him on another bike, we became great friends, wish i would of bought that one! He has parkinson disease now...still good friends.
It is a picture thread, and I do like 2 strokes... 3rd & 4th picture, not a 2 stroke, but old school cool, you meet the coolest people on motorcycles, from a couple weeks ago.
Apologies if I've posted this bike before, but even if I did, it deserves a second look.
Built and owned by my late great friend Wyn Belorusky. He was an expert machinist and a passionate motorcyclist. He brought this bike over from Japan when he retired from the Air Force and began modifying it.
Wyn was well known in the RD/RZ community, much like Rick Lance was with RG's, who was also a friend. RIP to them both.
currently at auction at BAT.. too rich for me ($15K with five days left)
I realize he's making a bit of a Triumph Hurricane tribute here but those non 'chamber' pipes must kill the the 2-strokes power level. Is that a 380 or 550?
I first "met" Wyn while he was still in Japan. He was working on trying to find an RZV frame for me when he came back to the US. I met up with him several times in Daytona over the years.
The man that bought my RD500 now owns all of Wyn's supply of parts, fairings, and various RZ500 related items.