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Up for auction is this vintage OWNER’S MANUAL for HONDA 1980 CB650 Custom!
This booklet is full of helpful photos, diagrams and information with many pages of English and French Instructions!
This manual covers safety, operation, maintenance, specifications, cleaning, special procedures and lot’s more!!
The cover is unattached.
Don’t miss this find! Solid information for your machine!
Read it before you ride
Shipping will be $5.25 to the USA, $3 within Canada and $8 International.
Good Luck Bidding
1971 cb750 daily rider,lots of new things.Look at pictures. Custom seat with flames..electronic ignition, newer coils off a 1976 cb750 supersport, cleaned and rejetted the carbuaters, jetting is as follows ,, idle jet is a 42,,main jet is a 130, Im running it this way because the 4 into 1 kerker header is running with only .
1971 cb750 daily rider,lots of new things.Look at pictures. Custom seat with flames..electronic ignition, newer coils off a 1976 cb750 supersport, cleaned and rejetted the carbuaters, jetting is as follows ,, idle jet is a 42,,main jet is a 130, Im running it this way because the 4 into 1 kerker header is running with only ..
A BEAUTIFUL JADE GREEN PAINT, PERFECT CHROME. NEW TIRES AND RIMS. NEW BATTERY AND PERFECT SEAT. RUNS AND SHIFTS LIKE NEW. JUST SERVICED. ELECTRIC AND KICK START. ALL ELECTRONICS WORK AS THEY SHOULD. A REAL BEAUTY. CALL 914-588-0548
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What a fantastic day this years Hoggin’ the Bridge turned out to be.
Motorcycles lined up for the Hoggin the Bridge event
I understand there were about 2000 bikes there this year, this was less than previous years but still a fantastic turnout. The weather was dry albeit a bit foggy, however there were a few sunny spells and it wasn’t too cold.
I went with a friend who has a Honda Shadow. She has never been on a bike run of more than 2 bikes before and she was very impressed. I could see her grin in my rear view mirror all day. Apparently in Cardiff on her way to my house, some biker pulled up alongside her at the lights and asked if she was going hoggin’. He told her the third lot of bikes leaving the services was the safest to be in as the others tended to get a bit scary and competitive with riders jostling for space. I have never found this to be the case but we waited until near the end to leave the services. As soon as we set off on the run we went over the Severn bridge. It was a bit foggy and as the second ‘H’ bridge support appeared through the fog I realised all I could see in front of me were bikes and all I could see in my rear view mirror were bikes.
At one point a huge articulated lorry appeared in the middle of the sea of bikers. It reminded me somewhat of those nature programmes when a colony of ants have found a dead animal, much larger than they are, and between them they carry it back to their nest. The lorry looked – well – awkward.
As in other years lots of families had turned up to see the bikes. Lots of kids were standing by the roadside thrilled to be able to give some of the bikers ‘Hi-5′s’ as they went past. I spotted a few old folk having been parked outside their houses in their wheelchairs with a blanket over their legs. They were waving enthusiastically at us as we went past. Banners had been made advising ‘Honk if you’re Hoggin”. We all did!
As a motorcyclist, visibility is paramount to the safety of the rider. With this in mind, Pete Mills wired up his own super-bright brake light assembly using bright red LEDs. Not only are the lights powered by the onboard electrical system, but they can be toggled to either stay solid, or blink depending on the rider’s choice. This was done using an ATTiny85 microcontroller.
LED Motorcycle Tail Light
Vegetable Oil-Powered Motorcycle Interview
Motorcycle Control Panel with Arduino
Mister Sandman, bring me a dream.
Make her the cutest that I’ve ever seen.
Give her two lips like roses in clover.
Then tell her that her lonesome nights are over.
It’s ironic how this song, which was most notable in the movie “Back To The Future“, mimics the reality behind the reality TV show called The Devils Ride.
I’m referring to Robert Joseph “Sandman” Johnston, a member of the Laughing Devils MC and one of the more popular characters on the reality TV series. He was arrested for attempted murder after allegedly stabbing a man during a burglary just prior to Christmas.
Mister Sandman’s Melis
Mister Sandman’s Melis
There is some speculation (HERE) that Mister Sandman wanted to surprise his ex-wife? — SATIRE ALERT — with a belated Christmas gift. After realizing that he’d misplaced the house keys he let himself in and then discovered another man in the bedroom, and became concerned… came to her defense by stabbing the “assailant” three times in the back. The police somehow misunderstood his good intentions.
I’m sure the show producers are salivating over all the possible plot twists for a second season. This is all just another sad chapter of reality TV – salacious, exploitative, celebratory violence, abusive and predatory behavior – not to mention an extraordinarily colorful life of a motorcycle club member. Not only do we have to turn the channel to avoid the “vast wasteland” called The Devils Ride, we have to endure nit wits like Kim Kardashian and Jessica Simpson, uneducated goofs who are followed around, their every activity plastered on magazines and online, who’ve got nothing to say. They’re not entertainers, and to keep it real there isn’t much reality in reality TV.
And before you fire-up the keyboard to tell me that I don’t get The Devils Ride or am stupid or there is something inferior about me or I’m just not as far out there on the motorcycle outlaw frontier as Sandman is… Keep in mind that The Devils Ride is the creation of the Santa Monica production company Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment and that show producer, Eric Bischoff is the author of the acclaimed memoir Controversy Creates Cash.
There are a number of things I am looking forward to in 2013 and high on that list is that The Devils Ride implodes and gets cancelled.
Previous posts: Laughing At The Laughing Devils; Laffing Devils Are The New World Order; The Laughing Devil Tickle Monster;
Robert Joseph “Sandman” Johnston photo courtesy of Discovery Channel. Melis photo courtesy of Twitter page.
New Honda CB Shine bikes in different variants with colors and other options.
New Honda CB Shine 2012 125 cc Specifications Review Price Mileage Cost Models Power Color
NewHonda Shine Kick Drum Spoke Bike Mileage is 55-60 KMPL in city and 60-65 on highways KMPL.
NewHonda Shine Self Drum Alloy Bike Mileage is 55-60 KMPL in city and 60-65 on highways KMPL.
NewHonda Shine Self Disc Alloy Bike Mileage is 55-60 KMPL in city and 60-65 on highways KMPL.
NewHonda Shine Kick Drum Spoke Bike Price at Ex-showroom is Rs 50,301 and On Road price is Rs 58,359.
NewHonda Shine Self Drum Alloy Bike Price at Ex-showroom is Rs 53,955 and On Road price is Rs 62,540.
NewHonda Shine Self Disc Alloy Bike Cost at Ex-showroom is Rs 57,082 and On Road price is Rs 66,118.
NewHonda CB Shine Bike 125 cc Specifications :
Engine: Air cooled SI engine, 4 stroke engine
Displacement: 124.7 CC
Power: 10.12 bhp at 7500 rpm
Torque: 10.54 Nm at 5500 rpm
Ignition: Digital CDI
Battery: 12V maintenance free Tough frame
Cluth : Manual Clutch Wet Multi Plate
Stroke : 55.2
Brake: Front Disc, Rear Drum
Tyres: Tubeless tyres with optional Tuff up tubes
Weight: 120 Kilograms
Tank / Fuel Capacity: 10.5 liters
Honda CB Shine 125 cc Bike Colors Availabe :
Force Silver Metallic
Geny Grey Metallic
Rebel Red Metallic
Monsoon Grey Metallic
Honda CB Shine 125 cc Bike Pros :