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  1. Fork upgrades for 1970's superbikes that will fit within vintage racing rules?

    Vintage Motorcycle Racing
    I was fairly set to use some Suzuki RF900R 1997 43mm cartridge forks on my Rickman CR900 project, but I am fairly certain that if we do decide to road race this bike, the forks will bump it out of the class of similar bikes that it will be competitive against. It's a shame as they look very much...
  2. First Build ('72 CL175) Questions

    Technical
    I just picked up a '72 Honda CL175 for a AHRMA racer and am looking for any guidance/resources to provide some step-by-step directions on what to do and not do for the build. Also looking for good sources for parts. Any information provided is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  3. Bridgestone 350 parts

    Parts For Sale
    I have cylinders, pistons and (I believe) full exhausts for a Bridgestone 350. Pistons appear to be serviceable. One cylinder has some chips in the plating at the top of the sleeve but otherwise both are in good shape. I'm clueless as to what year(s) they are from, so if you're interested please...
  4. AHRMA is Coming to New Jersey Motorsports Park

    Vintage Motorcycle Racing
    From August 2-4, the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association will be visiting New Jersey Motorsports Park. NJMP is located at*8000 Dividing Creek Rd., Millville, NJ 08332. The event is predicted to be HUGE. In their past events, they have had hundreds of vendors and thousands of...
  5. AHRMA 160/175 - Strict on years?

    Vintage Motorcycle Racing
    I brought my wife with me to Barber this past year, and much to my delight, my wife loved the racing so much she wanted to try it out. So we're looking for a bike to get her started. I'm thinking a 160. I've got a line on a 68 160 that a friend has out of state. I can pick that up in June. I...
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