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2001 Honda Xr200r on mail.2040motos

$1,000
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Location:

Anchorage, Alaska

Anchorage, AK

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I'm selling my 2001 Honda XR200R. Great bike and runs well. Stored in garage when not ridden and maintained very well. Asking for $1,000. Any questions please call Kaden at. Just leave a message and I will get back with you

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Honda Raises MSRP for 2013 NC700X But Lowers Price for DCT Option

Wed, 13 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The big news from Honda last week was the introduction of the new CTX700 and CTX700N cruisers. Flying a little under the radar however was a change to American Honda‘s pricing structure for the 2013 NC700X which sees a price increase for the base model but a price cut for combined anti-lock brakes and a dual clutch transmission Honda introduced the NC700X last year at an impressively low price of $6999 for the base model and $8999 with ABS and DCT. The low price point was one key advantage we awarded the 2012 NC700X over the $7899 Kawasaki Versys in our recent Middleweight Multi-Tool Shootout.

WSBK: 2012 Phillip Island Results – Video

Mon, 27 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

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Looking after number 1

Fri, 06 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

There was a time when a rider’s number indicated his position from the previous season, with the ultimate accolade being the number 1 emblazoned on the front of the champion's bike. The rise of branding in MotoGP and a rider wanting to market themselves, born from Barry Sheene and his retention of no.7, saw riders decide against displaying their finish from the year before. Rossi, who on winning his numerous championships, stuck with his famous #46 in defence of his titles, instead of stamping a great number 1 on his bikes.