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Old 12-28-2006, 12:57 PM   #1
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Well, I have nailed down my track bike for now and will be moving into 2007 with the mindset for something new and exciting for the streets. I am going to be looking for one of these 2 bikes. Either a 1976 Suzuki GT750 or the 1976 Honda CB750. As you can see there is a significance to the year and models. A bit of a personal flair and timestamp for my life. So... if you see any of these around let me know. A fixer upper would be fine. I like the idea of it being a project but, not one that will take forever.

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Old 12-28-2006, 01:46 PM   #2
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I started riding on a Honda 750 just like that........:eh:
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I started riding on a Honda 750 just like that........:eh:
Was it a cornering machine? :icon_bigg
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Old 12-28-2006, 01:49 PM   #4
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Well, I have nailed down my track bike for now and will be moving into 2007 with the mindset for something new and exciting for the streets. I am going to be looking for one of these 2 bikes. Either a 1976 Suzuki GT750 or the 1976 Honda CB750. As you can see there is a significance to the year and models. A bit of a personal flair and timestamp for my life. So... if you see any of these around let me know. A fixer upper would be fine. I like the idea of it being a project but, not one that will take forever.

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both fine bikes, but I think I would prefer the Honda
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Is that gonna hang in the twisties with me and swift?? There nice bikes though..
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Old 12-28-2006, 01:52 PM   #6
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both fine bikes, but I think I would prefer the Honda
Honda is my first choice but either one will suffice. They are similar except motor stuff and so they both have what I am looking for.
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Old 12-28-2006, 01:53 PM   #7
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Was it a cornering machine? :icon_bigg
Well........my first bike, first time riding a bike.......I couldn't tell the difference between good and bad. But it was comfortable
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Is that gonna hang in the twisties with me and swift?? There nice bikes though..
You 2 have no idea what twisties are. :laughing6

Actually yes, you can come hang with me when I set out on one of these machines and ride through the rockies for a summer.
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Old 12-28-2006, 01:55 PM   #9
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Well........my first bike, first time riding a bike.......I couldn't tell the difference between good and bad. But it was comfortable
Exactly what I want. I plan to get ahold of one and go through all of it making it like new but, with my own little touches. Then throwing the sleeping bag on the back and heading for the mountains.
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You 2 have no idea what twisties are. :laughing6

Actually yes, you can come hang with me when I set out on one of these machines and ride through the rockies for a summer.
:laughing6 :laughing6 maybe so but what does that thing redline at 6k? Dont get me wrong I would ride the outta either one though..
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Old 12-28-2006, 02:00 PM   #11
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Exactly what I want. I plan to get ahold of one and go through all of it making it like new but, with my own little touches. Then throwing the sleeping bag on the back and heading for the mountains.
I rode quite a bit in the Sierras......Lake Tahoe and the vicinity and even 2-up
it was fine. You won't set any land speed records on it but it will do the job.
I don't think you'll be knee dragging much either:laughing6
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I started riding on a Honda 750 just like that........:eh:
you rode the first bike ever made?
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:laughing6 :laughing6 maybe so but what does that thing redline at 6k? Dont get me wrong I would ride the outta either one though..
When you see the real twisties you won't want to be redlining anything. I will have to show you some pics and footage from my summer trips.
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There diffently sweet, so does this mean were gonna have some classic group rides?
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When you see the real twisties you won't want to be redlining anything. I will have to show you some pics and footage from my summer trips.
I know what the twisties are my brother lives in the Tenn. and have driven though the rockies several times. I mean our twisties around here, my bad should have made that more clear..
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There diffently sweet, so does this mean were gonna have some classic group rides?
Yeah sure!

There will probably be a few chill and grill sessions while I am rebuilding one too.
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