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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Zebraranger, Dec 22, 2017.
That is for the mercenary ADVer.
Ahhh yes! My first tourer was a H2 widowmaker too. Only from UK to france tho. The petrol tanker that follwed me wouldn't go any further.
From gas guzzler to super econ, here's my Lombardini 700 twin diesel creation from around 2014 at LeMans,France.
old beemer with huge doghouse attached to it.
Rover being lead into his house.
I don’t think you often see a $6000 price tag on a Hodaka either. At least not when they were new.
Wow! I worked at a shop that sold Hodaka (also Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda and Bultaco) and think I only saw two, maybe three of those.
This one is on the floor for sale at Play Toys in Yucaipa.
What did/ does the sign say?
A friends bike
Not sure what yr model these bikes are but I do think they are the original mono-shocks suspension ~design that Pierre Karsmakers rode to fame and into history in the late 70s? These are not garage queens and somehow still run well on the trails and tracks. A disc front brake has been added and I'm sure something like the piston&rings are not OEM, forks maybe not be original also. I've chased these guys on my ~newer model Huskies more than once on trails here.
Pretty sure this is a 175cc bike also.
The Norkis Company brought in a ton of YammaHammers 2t bikes back in the 80s-90s(?) and they still pretty much rule the trail riding here.
My oddballs. All get used regularly.
83 SWM 250
82 SWM 320
74 Can Am TNT 175
1969 Scott Flying Squirrel. 1 of 2 made that year.
I love the odd ones. I’m always on the hunt for another Canadian made bike the Alouette AX125
1949 Sunbeam S7 Deluxe. (I also have a 1954 model)
1957 Triumph TR6 and hanging on the wall was the frame from my 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado.
1974 Triumph TR5T Trophy Trail.
Not mine but a co-worker rides this in ever so often.
Very nice. Have you ever taken the time to really look at the brilliance of the HRD Vincent? Dual wheel sprockets to quickly change gear ratios. The engine oil tank is also the frame. So many great ideas in one machine.