Find or Sell Motorcycles & Scooters in USA

2005 Honda Vtx1800s Cruiser on 2040motos

US $6,950.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:9 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Carterville, Illinois, US

Carterville, IL, US
2005 Honda VTX1800S  Cruiser , US $6,950.00, image 1

Honda VTX photos

2005 Honda VTX1800S  Cruiser , US $6,950.00, image 2 2005 Honda VTX1800S  Cruiser , US $6,950.00, image 3 2005 Honda VTX1800S  Cruiser , US $6,950.00, image 4 2005 Honda VTX1800S  Cruiser , US $6,950.00, image 5 2005 Honda VTX1800S  Cruiser , US $6,950.00, image 6

Honda VTX tech info

TypeType:Cruiser Stock NumberStock Number:C1957 VINVIN:1HFSC49N55A303742 PhonePhone:8883416055

Honda VTX description

2005 Honda VTX1800S, 2005 Honda VTX1800S

Moto blog

Back in the day, the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba

Fri, 24 Jun 2011

This ‘you tube’ gem sent to me recently brought back some funny memories from the scary but incredibly exciting days of 500cc two stroke racing. This particular race was the final round of the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba Circuit where I enjoyed a head to head battle with national hero Tadahiko Taira. Yamaha’s favourite son at the time, ‘tie wrap’ as we liked to call him, was taller and better looking than most Japanese riders (maybe a war baby?) and went on to win nearly everything in Japan during his career.

Asia-Only Honda VTR250 Gets Half-Faired Variant for 2013

Tue, 12 Feb 2013

Honda‘s CBR250R has done fairly well for itself since its introduction in 2011, helping to revitalize the entry-level segment of the market in the U.S. What some people may not realize is Honda has been producing a 250cc-class called the VTR250. Available in its current form since 1997, the Honda VTR250 is a naked standard with a Ducati Monster-esque trellis frame offered in the Asia-Pacific region.

Honda’s V-4 History

Tue, 06 Oct 2009

As Honda prepares its new VFR1200 for its official unveiling, the red-wing company has set up a website detailing its long involvement in V-4 engines. It began back in 1979 with the introduction of the NR500 grand prix racebike. Rather than fielding a 500cc two-stroke engine, Honda used a four-stroke oval-piston V-4 motor – essentially a V-8 with four cylinders that could be revved to 19,500 rpm!