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Africa Twin

2018 in stock

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 A new version of Honda’s definitive full-size adventure machine is ready for Adventure Sports in 2018, with larger fuel tank for a range of over 500km, higher riding position, greater ground clearance, heated grips, extended fairing plus longer travel suspension. It also has Throttle By Wire with 3 riding modes, expanded Honda Selectable Torque Control parameters and revised intake and exhaust.


The original Africa Twin’s 30th anniversary is celebrated with unique paint scheme.  The balance between power and weight is the Africa Twin’s secret, then and now. The renewed machine has proved itself a modern-day all-rounder, popular with casual tourers and off-road adventurers alike (plus all riders in between) because it offers enjoyable and usable engine performance in a chassis that works as well on-road as it does off.

  

  • Longer travel suspension, flatter seat and more upright riding position
  • Extended fairing protection and taller screen
  • Heated grips as standard plus AC charging socket
  • Rider’s footpegs/pillion footpeg hangers designed for off-road use
  • Stainless steel spokes offer durability and ease of care
  • Emergency Stop Signal function for rear indicator

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 2018 Honda® Africa Twin CRF1000L DCT


NEW DAY, NEW ADVENTURES.

Humans have always wondered what lies over the horizon. First we walked. Then we had horses. And now we have the best exploration tool yet: the Honda Africa Twin.


Even better news? Now there’s a second option, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Honda’s original Africa Twin: the new Africa Twin Adventure Sports. Same great engine, but optimized for riders looking for more range and comfort, on and off road. You get a bigger fuel tank, more suspension travel, a larger skid plate, wider footpegs, a larger windscreen, and more. So turn your next vacation into an adventure—whether it’s a weekend or a year off. Where will that take you? On a Honda Africa Twin, anywhere you want.

2007 Yamaha FZ6

Low cost fun!

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Super Low miles and comfortable seating. . 


Engine And Transmission

Type: 600cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, inline 4-cylinder, 16 valves
Bore x Stroke: 65.5 x 44.5 mm
Power: 96.55HP (70.5 kw) @4750 RPM
Torque: 63.10 Nm (6.4 kgf-m or 46.5 ft. lbs) @6440 RPM
Compression Ratio: 12.2:1
Carburetion: Group Fuel Injection, 36 mm throttle bodies
Ignition: Digital TCI
Transmission: 6-speed w/multi-plate clutch
Final Drive: 0-ring chain


Chassis

Suspension/Front: 43mm telescopic fork, 5.1” travel
Suspension/Rear: Single shock, adjustable preload; 5.1” travel
Brakes/Front: Dual 298mm floating discs w/4-piston calipers
Brakes/Rear: 245mm disc w/single-piston caliper
Tires/Front: 120/70-ZR17
Tires/Rear: 180/55-ZR17


Dimensions

Length: 82.5”
Width: 29.5”
Height: 47.6”
Seat Height: 31.3”
Wheelbase: 56.7”
Rake (Caster Angle): 25.0
Trail: 3.8”
Fuel Capacity: 5.1 gal.
Dry Weight: 410 lbs.


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Awesome 4 cylinder engine 

The 2007 model is a very versatile, middleweight with fuel injected R6 power and light, strong aluminum frame that gets a new swing arm, four-pot brake caliper, fairing, seat, and revised injection mapping. The bike is strongly built to do almost anything and to take you anywhere. This is the bike you will ride to work during the week and through serpentines in the weekends, satisfaction included.


Exterior

We have to admit: Yamaha’s FZ6 has always looked great. The headlights give the bike its cool looking face and the windscreen provides her with aerodynamics. Redesigned fairing, windscreen and new, high quality paint look great and reduce turbulence. The gas tank has a very modern design and it looks like an integrated part of the aluminum frame.


This motorcycle has a very comfortable seat but more important it’s what’s under the seat: a stainless steel exhaust system with head shield which looks cool and doesn’t interfere with passengers or luggage.

At the end there are also redesigned passenger foot pegs made from aluminum for better comfort and appearance.


Technical

The bike’s technical features make it as attractive as it’s looks. The 600cc liquid-cooled 16-valve DOHC four cylinder engine with special cams and intake tracks is tuned to produce maximum torque and horsepower at more accessible rpm levels.


The fuel injection system provides the bike with its good response and performance but the large radiator with ring-type fan keeps the engine on a reasonable temperature.


Yamaha’s FZ6 is equipped with a six-speed gearbox with triangulated input and output shafts, heavy-duty clutch and through-the-frame shifter for years of precise, positive shifting.


This bike’s single shock ageless rear suspension is simple and light, with sport-biased damping tuned for a controlled, progressive feel; extruded aluminum swingarm is 23.2 inches long for reduced chain-pull effect, further bolstering the FZ6’s outstanding handling.

43mm, wide-set fork tubes for excellent rigidity and confident braking performance.


Extremely light YZF-R6-type five-spoke wheels keep unsprung weight low for improved suspension action and handling, acceleration and deceleration.

2018 Beta Crosstrainer

2018 Crosstrainer

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$5350, 2018 Beta Crosstrainer 

$5350

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Smaller, lighter and smoother power delivery

2015 Beta 300

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2015 Beta Race Edition, 1 owner

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Fresh plastic and skda graphics.  Good condition bike gear case oil changed every 10hrs, air cleaner every 5hrs, fork oil changed every 20hrs, and swing arm, shock linkage, and steering head re-greased twice a year.  Bike had 40hrs on before this hour meter so approximately 90 now.  New dirt tricks rotors front and rear and dirt tricks sprockets and Regina oring chain have little wear.  Newer fmf pipe with little damage.  Goldentire gt216 front and rear are fairly new.  Also have tubliss tubes in the dirt bike front and rear. 


2019 Beta Crosstrainer

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$6750. Demo tour model with only 9 hours on it.


It’s much easier to describe what the Beta Xtrainer isn’t than what it is. It isn’t a trials bike. It isn’t a race bike. It isn’t a motocrosser, hill-climber or adventure bike. What does that leave? Much, much more than you ever imagined. The Beta Xtrainer has an electric-start two-stroke motor that’s tuned like a trials bike for low-end power. It has a downsized conventional chassis but with soft suspension and a low seat height. It was originally conceived as an entry-level trail bike, but it’s been adopted by experienced off-road veterans and even pro motocrossers. It turns out that it’s universally appealing as a cross trainer for anyone wanting to build off-road skills at any level. 


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It’s a 300 with electric start, and it has a frame that’s been re-engineered specifically for this purpose. The chassis is about 15 percent smaller than the regular enduro bike in Beta’s line. It has 10.6 inches of suspension travel at both ends and a seat height that’s more than an inch lower. And believe it or not, the Beta has an oil-injection system. You pour straight gas directly into the tank.


To build the bike, Beta started with its 293cc two-stroke motor and re-tuned it with a radically different exhaust system and porting. The carb is still a 36mm Keihin, and the gearbox is still a six-speed. In fact, it’s hard to figure out where the company cut enough corners to take $1200 off the price compared to the regular 300.


It has the same wheels, Nissin brakes, Galfer rotors, a V-force reed cage, an electric radiator fan, a full skid plate, oversize aluminum bars and an FMF silencer. The pipe itself is made in Europe by a company called Aestroni and is nothing like you might see on a motocross two-stroke. The head pipe is long and narrow, and the belly of the pipe is very compact. The fork and shock are also unlike anything we’ve tested. They are made by a Spanish company called Olle and have normal features like compression, rebound and preload adjustment. The fork has a single spring located in the right leg and damping functions in the left. It’s clear that the frame was designed with the reduced suspension travel in mind, because it still has just over 12 inches of ground clearance.


Other features are typical of the entire Beta line: push-button seat removal, side-access airbox, back-up kickstarter and an aluminum swingarm. On the Dirt Bike scale, the Xtrainer weighed 226 pounds with no fuel but all other fluids. 

2009 Suzuki DR650

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$3250, Super low miles (,9202) very good condition with 4 gallon gas tank, windshield and luggage rack accessories. 


With a seat height of 34.8 inches, tall riders will feel right at home on the DR650SE, but off-road riders may want to have their dealer drop the seat another 40mm. With the high saddle, speed bumps are no problem for DR’s springy suspensions. And an aftermarket gel pad can provide additional support and comfort on the tapered seat—the narrow saddle is perfect for motocross, but commuters and city riders will probably want a little extra padding for long hauls.


The DR’s high-mounted front fairing, square headlight, and hand guards are reminiscent of the burly, rugged dual-sports cycles of yesteryear.traffic on your way to the track.


The Suzuki DR560SE features a compact, all-digital instrument cluster with a speedometer, odometer, programmable trip meter, clock, timer, and stopwatch. On-road legal lighting offers plenty of illumination, whether on asphalt, or dirt.

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The ultimate compromise motorcycle.  

Part of what makes the 2009 Suzuki DR650SE so competent offroad is its single overhead cam motor. Fed by a 40mm Mikuni carburetor, the 100 x 82mm bore-and-stroke engine puts out good power, with more zip than competing models. And screaming down rutted roads is easy with the Suzuki DR, because the motor can lift the front wheel on demand, though you’ll need a sturdy pair of tires underneath you.

At 366 pounds, the Suzuki DR certainly isn't a lightweight, but compared to other fearsome dual-sport singles like the Kawasaki KLR (432 pounds), the relatively light DR650SE handles tight twists and turn like a champ.


1996 DR650

1996 Suzuki DR650

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$1650 30k miles fairly new tires 

The ultimate compromise motorcycle.  

Part of what makes the 1996  Suzuki DR650SE so competent offroad is its single overhead cam motor. Fed by a 40mm Mikuni carburetor, the 100 x 82mm bore-and-stroke engine puts out good power, with more zip than competing models. And screaming down rutted roads is easy with the Suzuki DR, because the motor can lift the front wheel on demand, though you’ll need a sturdy pair of tires underneath you.

At 366 pounds, the Suzuki DR certainly isn't a lightweight, but compared to other fearsome dual-sport singles like the Kawasaki KLR (432 pounds), the relatively light DR650SE handles tight twists and turn like a champ.

$1650

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2001 Yamaha YZ 125

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The Yamaha YZ125 is a motorcycle with a 124.9 cc two-stroke engine designed for motocross riding and produced by Yamaha Motor Company. 1973: Although very few were actually made, Yamaha did produce a YZ125 in 1973. It was not offered to the general public, but a dealer in good standing could submit a rider resume to the importer and hope to obtain a semi-works bike. However rare, this goes down in the books as the first bike with the YZ125 name. For the first two years it was made with dual rear shocks (Thermalflow shocks) and in 1975 released its first monoshock design the YZ125C and has continued production with a new model being produced every year to date. The YZ 125s produced from 1996 to 2002 are considered by some to be the best dirt bikes ever, due to their wide powerband and excellent handling.[3] The YZ125 has been ridden to five AMA National Motocross Championships, and multiple AMA Regional Supercross Championships.[4]

In 2001, Yamaha released a bike designed to complement the YZ125, the four-stroke YZ250F. The two bikes shared a rolling chassis and are eligible to compete in the same racing class. However, the YZ250F has a slight horsepower advantage.[5]


Contents

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This has just had new main bearings, piston and power valve repair. It is a solid older motorcycle and the YZ was the top of the class at that time!


As is, the YZ125 is a great all-around motocross bike or trail bike. KTM’s Shane Watts has shown all of us that a 125 can be fun and competitive in off-road racing — not just in motocross. We trail rode the YZ125 extensively, and know of several riders who are looking at 125s for trail duty in light of Shane Watts’ success in the GNCC series. The YZ125 is a fantastic trail bike.


On the trail, the YZ’s engine characteristics really shine. It has great low end for a 125, is very tractable, and, once again, has good flywheel affect for hooking up on slippery surfaces. The overall stability of the bike is another plus on the trail, especially when you start out with a 125cc machine that is far more nimble than the heavier trail bikes you might be used to.

2012 Kawasaki Klx 250

Dualsport

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Kawasaki KLX 110

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Kawasaki's profilation of this bikeMost off-road motorcyclists can vividly recall their first bike – from what it looked like to the excitement of learning to ride. The Kawasaki KLX110 stirs the same sense of excitement among young riders. The bright green graphics, non-intimidating nature of a four-stroke engine and automatic clutch make learning to ride with their parents an enjoyable adventure.


General information

Model:Kawasaki KLX 110

Year:2005

Category:Enduro / offroad

Rating:75.7 out of 100.

Show full rating and compare with other bikes Price as new (MSRP):US$ 1649. Prices depend on country, taxes, accessories, etc.Engine and transmission

Displacement:111.00 ccm (6.77 cubic inches)

Engine type:Single cylinder, two-stroke

Compression:9.5:1

Bore x stroke:53.0 x 50.6 mm (2.1 x 2.0 inches)

Fuel system:Carburettor. Keihin PB18

Fuel control:Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)

Ignition:CDI

Gearbox:3-speed

Transmission type,
final drive:ChainChassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

Frame type:Backbone frame, high-tensile steel

Front suspension:30mm hydraulic telescopic fork

Rear suspension:Single hydraulic shock

Front brakes:Expanding brake (drum brake)

Rear brakes:Expanding brake (drum brake)Physical measures and capacities

Dry weight:64.0 kg (141.1 pounds)

Seat height:650 mm (25.6 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

Overall height:955 mm (37.6 inches)

Overall width:660 mm (26.0 inches)

Ground clearance:191 mm (7.5 inches)

Wheelbase:1,064 mm (41.9 inches)

Fuel capacity:3.78 litres (1.00 gallons)Other specifications

Color options:Kawasaki Lime Green 

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 Fully refurbished,  Christmas lay away available.