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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
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2002 Honda ST1100 ABSII low mileage w/tons of extras! - $3500 (Conifer)
looks familiar... and tempting
What better time to own what is considered by many to be the best sport touring motorcycle of all time?
Get out of the house and get some miles on the open road under the blue Colorado sky.
This bike is also great for 2-up and camping trips. Here's what you'll get:
2002 Honda ST1100 ABSII
- 35K miles
- BRAND NEW replaced rear suspension (stock suspension turns into a trampoline at ~30K miles so with
this replacement the ride will feel like new and be good for many miles to come)
- ABS breaking system
- Hard Sidebags and Rear Luggage
- Heated grips
- Handlebar risers
- Laminar lip windscreen extension
- Plenty of miles left on the tires
- Regular oil changes, coolant was drained and replaced before put into winter storage
Bike has normal wear and tear on the plastic parts given its age.
Because of the COVID-19, no test rides! Serious buyers only, come with cash in hand or I can potentially
accept payment via Venmo/Paypal. Pickup location will be in Conifer. Thanks!
that is one sharp looking bike! GO FOR IT!!!!!
I always wanted one of these. They were all over my college campus and I was on a Suzuki GS, but I thought they were so sharp.
1986 Honda 700S Nighthawk - $1000 (Littleton)
1986 Honda 700S Nighthawk. If are familiar with this bike then I don't need to tell you why it's fairly rare and desirable. Overall in good shape, has some cosmetic issues, cracked windshield, small dent in tank but it's mostly all there, no sign of being laid down or dumped. Ran when I shut it off about two years ago but I'm sure it needs to be cleaned out, etc and needs battery. Been stored inside my shed during that time. I planned to restore it but have too many projects and need to let some of them go. Priced for quick sale, need the room. I do not respond to emails, too many scams. If you text say something like you are actually an American and speak English as a first language. Best thing is to call me like an adult. Thanks. Scott at three 0 three 88 eight eight 0ne 6 two.
I liked them too and a couple of my friends had them. They did have an inherent problem on #2 cylinder crank bearings destroyed themselves. Both my friends experienced it.
He won’t let you test ride it because of the COVID-19, But he will take the cash from your germ contaminated hands!
I wish him luck.... who's going to go all the way to Conifer and not be able to take it for a spin.
Good price with low mileage for a BMW 1150.
If 141,120 miles is low, what do you consider high?
Oops, I thought it was 14,000 miles. Missed it by a zero.
1997 bmw R1100R - $3000 (Fruita)
Pristine condition, bmw hard bags (matched key), windshield, 48K mi.
The most well cared for, maintained and driven bike in existence.
Hwy mi never over 60mph. $2700 without bags. Also have a 2016 with 6k mi. email or call.
If a fella from Wyoming wanted to buy a used bike in Colorado, how can he do it and comply with the Governor of CO's stay home rules?
Our Colorado rules don't apply to non residents, do as you please.
Just don't get caught with our weed.
1991 Honda nighthawk 750 - $1400 (Westminster)
1991 Honda nighthawk 750 cc. 1400 obo. Runs excellent good tires .
is the r18 just oil cooled
never seen that before
If I could get rid of my DL1000, I would get that 1991 Honda Nighthawk 750. I just love those air cooled, carburated, in-line four cylinder Jab bikes. Takes me back to the 80's and 90's. . .
I enjoyed many bikes of the same era. I have a feeling you would quickly change your mind once you ride one. They were great in the day but might come up a bit short in comparison to your DL.
As Todd says, I just picked up a like new Cherry 86 CB700SC and it is a fine bike. It is not the superbike it was 30 years ago. That 91 hawk is a killer deal. I know a couple of n00bs that are looking and I am trying to steer them in that direction. They want Cafe' , bobber bikes however.
I thought it was a killer deal too, and called the owner. Turns out he didn't have the title, but he did want the money... The next day he raised the price and didn't call me back to say he'd found the title. The bike is in okay shape, with a bit of corrosion on the muffler by the cross-over. Hope someone can make a legal purchase with this CL goober.