2000 Honda Interceptor on mail.2040motos
Honda Interceptor description
This is a unique bike as there is only 1 year in the United States that the VFR was offered in Yellow. It's in great shape and rides and runs just like a VFR should. This bike has not seen a lot of miles at it has sat in a garge collecting dust. I love the VFR's and have owned several. This is the best running VFR so far I've owned and Fuel Injection is great to eliminate carb issues. Bike was ridden by a previous VFR enthusiast who rode the bike at the VFR "we don't give a hoot" rally. You can look it up on the internet and might even see a picture of this bike or my old VFR. This is a great bike for comfort and sport and sits right in a sweet spot making riding 300-400 miles a joy and not a pain. I paid $3,250 for the bike. This bike is way below average mileage and you'll be hard pressed to find one in this great condition.
All deals will need to be in cash - too many scammers out on the internet. I required a $250 deposit within 48 hours. If you don't have the money, don't bid. Reserve is relatively low, but need to protect my investment. If you have questions, just send me a message and I will respond within 24 hours.
Bike can be seen, but unless you have cash there are no joy rides. You can ride this bike home, and would be a great start to enjoying a great machine.
Honda Interceptor for Sale
Moto blogThu, 11 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Transport Canada announced a recall for the new Honda CTX700 because of a manufacturing error in its anti-lock braking system. The Canadian recall applies to both the CTX700N and the partially-faired CTX700T (known simply as the Honda CTX700 in the U.S. market and other markets.) According to the recall notice, the ABS modulator may have been manufactured incorrectly and could potentially fail, allowing the front and/or rear wheels to lock up under heavy braking, increasing the risk of a crash.Wed, 05 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Miguel Duhamel is returning to action to race in the FIM e-Power International Championship for Lightning Motorcycles. The five-time Daytona 200 winner will ride the Lightning Barracuda electric motorcycle for the joint FIM and TTXGP race at Le Mans , and Motorcycle.com had a role in setting up the connection. The topic of a rider for Le Mans came up during the preparations for Associate Editor Troy Siahaan‘s exclusive test of the Lightning race bike last month.Mon, 14 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700
Words can't express the absolute disbelief of this strangely attired guy trying to ride one of the rarest motorcycles every to grace tarmac. But this clip descends in to absurdity when the rider fumbles setting off on the Honda NR750 and drops the oval-pistoned beauty on its side. Did he stall it or is there a disc lock hidden within the pixilated video?
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