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2009 Honda Crf 230l Dual Sport on ns1.2040-motos

US $2,700.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:5 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Westminster, South Carolina, US

Westminster, SC, US
2009 Honda Crf 230L Dual Sport , US $2,700.00, image 1

Honda CRF tech info

TypeType:Dual Sport PhonePhone:8647231708

Honda CRF description

2009 Honda Crf 230L, 2009 Crf 230l with custom rack from Great bike well taken care of. Has a few scratches from the trail. Brand new tiers. $2,700.00 8647231708

Moto blog

Stoner Back on Top on Day 2 of MotoGP Test in Sepang

Wed, 01 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Casey Stoner made his return to the track after missing the first day of the MotoGP pre-season test at Sepang and showed everyone why he deserved the #1 plate. After skipping the first day of the test due to back pain, Stoner was back on the Repsol Honda RC213V and set the top lap time of all riders. Stoner rode 29 laps and set the pace with a lap time of 2:00.895, 0.157 seconds faster than Ben Spies and 0.173 seconds ahead of Jorge Lorenzo.

New MotoGP Rules for ECU and Factory Status for 2014

Fri, 26 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Grand Prix Commission released new rules for the 2014 MotoGP season regarding the standard electronic control unit and what constitutes “factory status” for manufacturers. Starting in 2014, the official MotoGP ECU including internal datalogger from Magneti Marelli will become mandatory. Factory teams will be allowed to program their own ECU software while privateers will be required to run the standard software.

Honda Launches Dream Yuga in India – One of The Cheapest New Honda Motorcycles Worldwide

Tue, 15 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Honda, the largest (by volume) motorcycle manufacturer in the world has launched one of its least expensive motorcycles. Made specifically for the booming two-wheeler market in India, the 109cc Dream Yuga is set to retail for 44,642 Indian rupees. That price wouldn’t translate directly here in the U.S., but a simple currency conversion at today’s monetary values equates the rupee cost to $830.