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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
I have said squiter on one of my machines and it does a great job of making a mess
BMW premium baby.
Good thing he’s not in a rush to sell
He’s a high guy in more ways than one
BMW Bring more wallet
I went and looked at this, gave it a test ride. It's really a pretty well running and different bike for about $2000. I went for a low mile Multistrada instead but this is a cool low buck ride.
2000 CAGIVA GRAN CANYON 900 - $2,200 (Hotchkiss)
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2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon
engine displacement (CC): 900
paint color: red
For sale, 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon Adventure bike. European import that looks and runs great. This bike has the proven Ducati 900 oil cooled 6 speed 2 valve twin with a dry clutch for smooth power and excellent handling. Weight 470, fuel 5.2 gallons. All top line components, designed and engineered by Pierre Terblanche.
Has a Remus exhaust system, Givi tail bag mount & Alloy skid plate. 3k mi on new Cam belts ,valve adjustment, chain Bridgestone tires &EBC brake pads. Motor oil brake & clutch fluid just changed. 40k mi
Youngan will be along shortly to tell you how great that motor is.
LOVE the 2 valve 900 Ducati engine. I think Youngan will agree with me. One of my favorite engines of all times. Sounds like, well I can leave that to your imagination.
Hell, I'll tell you how great that motor (and bike) is! Did my first Iron Butt on one, utterly effortless.
I'd own another in a heartbeat.
WOW! Your's for only $6,800 - makes that 650GS look worth every penny.
Mint 1982 Honda CT110 - 900 Miles - O.B.O. - $6,800 (Northglenn)
All original, unmodded, Trail 110.
Dual range transmission, 4 low / 4 high.
Starts up with half a kick. Needs nothing.
Stored in the garage by the original owner for 37 years.
In impeccable condition, if you wanted to have it be in showroom quality you can order a new sticker for the airbox cover and touch up the handlebars where straps were used to tie it down.
Comes with a Honda service manual, original tool kit, and two keys.
I do indeed agree. About that sound: a thing of beauty if the dry clutch is in good shape; otherwise it can sound like a rock crusher. Some claim that’s a normal Ducati sound, but it doesn’t have to be...
What a great idea by Yamaha, a simple 400cc single. Oh, wait, Suzuki 1981 GN400. Way ahead of its time or Yamaha is just slow in copying it.
Made a flat tracker out of my yami sr500. Put a 592 kit in it and it screamed. Raced it for several years.
Actually, Yamaha has been building the SR 400 since 1978, still in production with very few modifications/updates.
It may be a record to the length of production for any Japanese motorcycle.
A 1980 GN 400 with cast wheels was my first street bike.
How do those work for a 6'1", 33 inseam guy as a d/s? Some all day rides. Thanks.
Honda CB77 Superhawk - $4,250 (Longmont)
1963 Honda CB77 305 Superhawk. VIN CB77 315288, Engine CB77E 315189.
This motorcycle has been completely brought back to life with mostly original and NOS parts.
It has been restored to be a rider and not a museum piece. Will be sold with a clean Colorado Title in my name.
Engine head and cylinders completely machined and rebuilt by Ed Moore in Kerrville, Texas, a legend in the Honda Twin 305 community.
New clutch, carburetors completely rebuilt, new front shock seals and new battery.
Most parts were sourced through Dave Silver Sales, Classic Honda Restoration, Ohio Cycle and sources providing only original Honda Parts.
The Motorcycle was completely disassembled and stripped to bare metal.
The fuel tank was cleaned of mild rust (no leaks or pinholes) lined with RedKote.
Repainted with 66 Auto Color NH-1 Black Urethane and Clear Coated.
Only non-original parts are the new tires, new chain, low mount handle bar (stainless steel) all cables and seat cover.
Still has the original stainless steel mufflers, header pipes (even though they have a few scrapes and scratches),
chose not to replace the exhaust system to keep as original as possible, along with original stainless steel seat trim
and chrome fuel tank side covers with original rubber knee pads. Original Speedometer was broken and has been replaced
with an original low mileage speedometer that is correct for the 1963 Model.
Mileage on the old speedometer was approximately 23,000. "TMU".
Complete list of parts will be provided upon request, just way too many to list here.
Motorcycle was located in Mead, Colorado at a farm sale.
I try to be as transparent as possible on the cycles I list.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate contacting me.
A TW200? For a 6'1" guy? Well, you could ride it, but why? you'd be better off with an XT225 or literally any dirtbike. The TW's claim to fame is the loooooooow seat height, but still reasonable ground clearance and suspension travel. It was a great biek for my 5'9" self with 30" inseam. I could easily flat foot it and paddle through sand or mud or whatnot. I'm afraid it'll seem like a monkey bike to you, though.
Sweet Super Hawk. A few weird things done to it but not bad overall. I am not rushing out to buy it however.