av8r wrote:Those H1's were bad-a$$ back in the day....
... as crazy as your avatar...
stockingfull wrote:coalmeister wrote:You would cry if you saw it today, the rust has not been kind when I left it in NY while I was living in California.
Rusted parts can be replaced. People are paying real money for those bikes these days.
coalmeister wrote: That CR125 was an awesome bike. I had that same jacket from the early eighties, still do. I wear it once and a while until my wife starts laughing at me cause the snaps are about to blow and takes someones eye out :lol:
Looks like we had a bit of the same type history, one decade apart. My first bike was a spanking new CT70, when I was 12
I think that KH500 2 stroke triple is a timeless beauty, the CT70...not
europachris wrote:Well, I finally found "the one" and pulled the trigger - I'm going to pick it up today. Just the thing to be doing in the middle of January.....at least I was smart and rented a cargo van from Budget, $50 and unlimited miles, to make the process a lot easier. Only "problem" is the bike is 3 hours away in Wausau, WI, so I have a bit of driving to do....
Now I get to look at it for a couple of months until this never ending winter goes away.....
Matthaus wrote:Hey Smitty, not having a place to ride is one more of the benefit of living in the great socialist republic of mass.
Those big wheels are fun, hope you can get it.