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  1. Bikes For Sale
    1976 Yamaha RD400 Café Racer or Vintage Race Bike Ready to race or enjoy on the street. Very beautiful and fast RD400; successfully raced at Loudon, NH in USCRA Formula RD and Middleweight Production for two seasons with many 2nd and 3rd place finishes. Approximately 1:30 lap times. Over $4500...
  2. Project Builds
    Hi All, I'm new around these parts but have long had a passion for cafe racers. I am currently learning to ride (Learner permit in NSW, Australia) and have recently bought a used motorbike. Meet Nancy, a Honda CD250U 1989. Picked her up recently for what was an OK price for a first bike...
  3. Craigslist/Ebay
    Are you restoring a vintage GT380? Need OEM Suzuki parts for your bike? Missing a part and need a solid replacement? Look no further than 74GT380 Parts Guy: From bolts to brakes to everything in between, all Suzuki parts sold and available for purchase are OEM from a 1974 Suzuki GT380...
  4. General
    just some questions, i have a 1983 cb1000c, from what ive heard its all the same parts from the 750-1100 just different bores, is this true? it would be a godsend to be able to find parts if i can use multiple bikes as the search condition instead of a bike that was only made for 1 year like...
  5. Technical
    Yo! Sorry if this is a subject that's been covered already. I'm new to the forum and couldn't seem to find anything. So! I bought a 1970 CL100 back in July from the second owner, who bought it back in 1973. He used it sparingly, but maintained it well until about five years ago,. It has sat...
  6. Parts For Sale
    Vintage Dick's Cycle West Endurance "Street / Touring" Gas Tank & Hand Made Oil Tank Vintage Dick's Cycle West Endurance "Street / Touring" Gas Tank & Hand Made Oil Tank. Currently on ebay Contact me for "Off Ebay Purchase" before a Bid is made. ebay listing Vintage Dick's Cycle...
  7. Project Builds
    Hi all. New to the forum, but have read many posts. Have been riding all my life and am a non-pro wrencher. Luckily I have some good friends who know much more than I do and allow me to bend their ear, much like the folks do on this site. Last year I was at the Bearded Lady bike show in...
  8. General
    I have fallen in love with the FIRESTONE DELUX CHAMPION tire, but it does not exist in a 15inch… Grrrr !!! Does anyone know of an alternative VINTAGE 15 inch tire, it is for a Cafe Racer project? Please help !!!! Best Regards Michael Jorgensen Copenhagen, Denmark
  9. 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...
  10. Wanted
    I'm interested in any bikes being sold around the NC/SC area. Mostly interested in older Hondas, but feel free to show me something new. I'm new to motorcycles and am trying to educate myself. I'd love to get a hold of a good 350-550 British bike of some sort, but I'm open to anything 350-550cc...
  11. 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...
  12. General
    Hello guys, I hope you don't mind me sharing my motorbike related art with you guys on here, been doing this type of thing for a few years now. Here are a couple of examples of my work which may be of interest; "Golden Days" "Beat the Storm" More examples of my work can be seen on my...
  13. Technical
    I have a '68 Trophy 650. The wiring was a mess and I have modernized to a Pazon and Tympanium, a single dual output coil, and a reissue wiring harness. Since the wiring was incorrect when I started, I have no original reference to make the new connection to the ignition switch and the...
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