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1999 Yamaha Road Star - Anaheim,california on ns1.2040-motos

$4,995
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Yamaha Road Star tech info

VINVIN:JYAVP02Y7XA000716

Yamaha Road Star description

Engine: 1600cc Transmission: 5 Gear Fuel System: Carburetor Accessories: Flame Milled High Flow Air Cleaner Cover, White Wall Tires, Vance And Hines Exhaust, Corbin Seat Like all of LifeStyle Cycles used Harleys, this bike has been thoroughly tested and inspected by a LifeStyle Cycles technician after undergoing a rigorous 38-point motorcycle inspection. Located in Anaheim, California, LifeStyle Cycles has the West Coast's largest selection of used and bank-owned motorcycles.

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Catalina Island (California) Grand Prix Slated for 2010 Return [video]

Wed, 26 May 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The Catalina Grand Prix was last run in 1958 on Santa Catalina Island, an island community situated approximately 22 miles south-southwest of greater Los Angeles. Efforts by the AMA, AMA District 37, Big6 (a smaller collection of clubs within the D-37 region) and promotional company My Cuz Vinnie Promotions LLC, have secured December 3-5, 2010 as dates for the event, with a 100-mile professional race held on the 5th. In 2008 vintage motorcycles were displayed on Crescent Ave.

A Different Bike Magazine

Thu, 12 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Motorcycle Retro is a pet project of former Motorcyclist editor Mitch Boehm, launching as Motorcyclist Retro in early 2008 under the Source Interlink media umbrella. It featured a contemporary look at motorcycles of the 1960s through the 1980s. However, the circulation numbers of MR didnít meet the expectations of the media conglomerate, and they cancelled production of the magazine after just two issues.