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 on: Today at 06:19:17 AM 
Started by minimac - Last post by Dan
I've always liked the Thruxton, saw a 2012 at a dealer a few weeks ago and was extremely tempted to trade my Ninja on it.

Honda has something new brewing to, they are calling it a Neo Sports Cafe.


 on: Today at 05:00:03 AM 
Started by minimac - Last post by JBCrabbypants
I read about that bike earlier in the summer. I'm sure it will be nice, funny how beginner bikes have grown in displacement over the last five years.

I'm really interested in this new retro Kawasaki. Hope it's done well. Lately I've been drawn to standards like the XSR900 and R1200R.


I'm going to be watching that one too. It could be a game-changer in my new impulse bike buying frenzy next spring when I (hopefully can) sell my Indian.

I saw this 2018 Thruxton last Saturday at the Sioux Falls dealership, and I was smitten, but $15,000 is at the absolute top end of what I EVER will spend on another motorcycle, so I may be able to resist it, but then there's the T120, which pulls me very strongly too.

There's at least a good chance that the Z900 will interest me, but it will have to compete with the 2014-2015 Honda CB1100DLX and several others.


 on: Today at 04:09:55 AM 
Started by tycomike - Last post by tycomike
Honda Reflexes are notorious for chewing up aftermarket belts. A known issue.
Can you suggest where I can order one? They want close to $120 here in Canada. Thanks.


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 on: Today at 04:03:04 AM 
Started by sirkitrider-2 - Last post by jdbrot
Haha, good one.

 on: Today at 03:59:00 AM 
Started by minimac - Last post by SilverBullet
I think its a good thing for these bikes going to more of a affordable mid size. The motorcycle industry has failed the public by continuing to build big un affordable bikes. Time they got back to basic's to get more people into riding.

Sad that they could build affordable mid sized bikes with shaft drive back in the 70's & 80's. But can't do it today.

 on: Today at 03:50:30 AM 
Started by tycomike - Last post by SilverBullet
Honda Reflexes are notorious for chewing up aftermarket belts. A known issue.

She's right on all 3 of her posts here. Jdbrot has owned a reflex for many years.

 on: Today at 03:05:04 AM 
Started by minimac - Last post by gurock1
Dan, you know there's still time in the season for a fast fly and ride to Chicago!

 on: Today at 02:13:58 AM 
Started by sirkitrider-2 - Last post by Buffalo
Today we went through a town where someone evidently though they were entitled just because of who they were.   

 on: Today at 02:12:16 AM 
Started by minimac - Last post by CathyN
Cathy, it's not that I'm not interested but I just purchased my Versys this April and leased a new car in August. Having said that, do you have any photos and a brief description of the state of the bike?

Dan, look at the for sale section here on the forum.  There is a brief description and photos there.  If you have further questions he can call you.

 on: Today at 12:54:29 AM 
Started by Buffalo - Last post by sailingskier

Thanks Maggie.

It was nice to get this close to the Bluenose again.  In 1980 the Halifax Center of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada hosted the Society's annual General Assembly and we chartered Bluenose II for an evening sail off Chebucto Head.  Full sail and no engine, had the visitors thrilled as she heeled over significantly.  They rebuilt the ship from the keel up under the watchful lens of a NS Web Cam camera in a temporary building located next to the shed/building where the Bounty was built (which was where the original Bluenose II was built in 1963).  My wife and I visited Lunenburg, about 45 minutes from home, a few times over the course of the re-build.  Lunenburg, and Peggy's Cove are two tourist traps worth a visit if Nova Scotia.  An easy bike of 230 kms from my home (Bedford) and back. Below are a couple of pictures with the rebuild quite far along.


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