For Sale : 1992 Honda CB1 400

For Sale : 1992 Honda CB1 400

Bike Make : Honda

Bike Model : CB1 400

Year :1992

Price : € OPEN TO REASONABLE OFFERS

Mileage : 44000 KM

Colour : RED

Extras : DID exhaust

Overall Bike Condition : 5/10

Tyre/Chain/Sprocket Condition : c/s average

Service History/Receipts/Recent Service work : Logbook

Non Restricted/Shop Restricted/Factory Restricted : Non restricted

Bike Location : Cork

Irish/English Registered : Irish

Any Other Relevant Info :NC23 ENGINE SAME AS THE CBR400RR
Bike has been parked up a number of years as my uncle moved abroad and left the bike to myself.
1 previous owner!
Bike is turning over but will need the carbs to be cleaned, Front and rear calipers reconditioned, New key and ignition and fork seals. May need other bits.
I have the logbook, 2 CDI’S and other bits and pieces.
Only selling as I do not have the time or space to work on the bike

Contact details: Pm me

Source: For Sale : 1992 Honda CB1 400

Caption that Bjrn Borgs exercise regime suffered after he took up motorcycling

Caption that Bjrn Borgs exercise regime suffered after he took up motorcycling

GO on then, show us you can do better.

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Source: Caption that Bjrn Borgs exercise regime suffered after he took up motorcycling

Caption that When Bjrn Borg took up motorcycling his exercise regime suffered

Caption that When Bjrn Borg took up motorcycling his exercise regime suffered

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Bike gang tags dead whale

Bike gang tags dead whale

WHAT do you do with a dead sperm whale? The answer, it seems, is to spray it in motorcycle gang graffiti.

Yes, the old cliché of stupid, gang-centred motorcycle culture is alive and kicking as hard as ever in San Francisco’s Bay Area, where a dead whale washed up on a beach last week. Having already made the news once, the ex-whale has hit the headlines again with the addition of the words “East Bay Rats Motorcycle Club”  daubed in foot-high letters along its decomposing flank.

Because what biker doesn’t want to be a**ociated with the image of dead sea mammals?

One local interviewed by NBC said “I don’t know who would do that.”

Hint: it was probably a member of the East Bay Rats Motorcycle Club. Just a hunch.

It seems the genius who tagged the whale didn’t manage to leave a lasting legend, though – the paint washed away within a day.

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Cop shoots biker then karate kicks him

Cop shoots biker then karate kicks him

VIDEO has been released of a 2012 chase which resulted in a motorcyclist being shot and then kicked off his bike – earning the police officer three days off without pay.

The story started just after midnight two days before Christmas 2012, when Steven Gaydos opted to run a red light on his GSX-R750. It was a bad move, since he was spotted by trooper Abraham Martinez, who set off in pursuit.

Gaydos’ second mistake was to think he could outrun the patrol car, which he led on a 38-mile chase at up to 130mph. “I took off, thinking I could easily lose him,” he said later. It turned out that he couldn’t and eventually Martinez shot at his back tyre – missing and instead hitting him in the leg, which finally encouraged Gaydos to give up. However, the video shows that even as he was trying to put the side stand down (and struggling, as you might with a bullet in your right thigh), Martinez launched a ninja-style flying kick that took him and the bike to the ground.

It’s taken years of investigations to establish whether or not the police action was heavy handed, eventually resulting in Martinez’s brief unpaid vacation last year and the video being released now.

It looks like nobody was being terribly sensible that night.

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