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ewww... that's hideous. I thought we were gonna be talkin' 'bout:1980s Yamaha FZR400KTM Duke 390The soon to be available Husqvarna Vitpilen 401Chuck's MZ SkorpionDucati 900 Superlightetc.
When a Ninja 300 is just TOO porky!http://www.bike-urious.com/one-year-only-1988-honda-zb50/
The early eighties Honda MB-5 came a little too late for me (I�d grown too big for it), but I always thought it was a cool idea. 198 lbs, WET, 48� wheelbase, and a disc brake. It was really a nice little bike from a great period in Honda�s history.I have always been fascinated with 50cc racing. Van Veen Kreidlers were unbelievably fast and agile...lusted after by every kid who ever rode a moped. It made 10hp (that�s 200hp per liter) from an engine designed for the street and had three overdrives. That�s Angel Nieto (13 World Championships and 90 GP victories) in the photo below:
A lot of small displacement bikes are great fun, excepting changes in elevation. Combine stops on those hills and you'll be last man/woman in line. Shifting enough to stay with bigger displacement bikes can put a blister on your left big toe. BTDT+. RS125. Huge fun. R3~ BTW: I believe my FZR400 weighs more than the V7 III Racer.
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