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Selling my practically new supermoto.
I have ridden it twice: 3 times at a CMRA race weekend in Cresson Texas in August and once at a Track day in Hallett.
Asking $10,500 OBO.
Reason for selling: Cuz I can't make my mind up. :) Me and some local racing buddies are going to big bike endurance, so I am thinking about getting a 600 again. I don't want to trade, just sell. :)

It has the following:
-Hinson slipper clutch
-Red Carrozzeria Wheels
-Brembo Master Cylinder, caliper and 320mm front rotor
-Red Baron Adjustable offset triple clamp
-Suspension by Racetech including gold valves in the forks.
-Frame and parts powdercoated black, forks anondized black
-Supermoto Front fender
-Stock plastics, triple clamps, front fender, stock fork parts...
-Vortex handlebar
-Honda Shop manual

The pic of the bike on the track is the most recent. It has brush guards, front axle sliders and is safety wired.

Contact me at [email protected].
Bike is located in Little Rock, Ar










*I also have some of my stock stuff, but not much
 

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Thanks! I spent way more time building it than riding it. LOL!
Bought the dirt bike in January 2010 and finished the motard this past Spring. Been doing more mountain bike racing than supermoto.
 

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nice bike:thumbup:
 

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Love the wheels mate. Were they custom made to suit your CRF?


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Thanks! Yes, they were ordered new specifically for my bike.
I did have a problem where the sprocket bolts were hitting my swingarm, but I had some bolts machined that would sit more flush to fix that problem.
If I keep getting compliments on this thing, I'm gonna have to keep it. LOL!
 

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How much did you pay for them if you don't mind me asking?


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I want to say that they were on special for around $2k. They came with the rotor, caliper and rear sprocket. They were about the same price as Marchesinis, but the added value of the brake stuff.
 

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I'm gonna keep it for now as there is no real interest at the moment. Planning to go terrorize a parking lot somewhere. LOL!
Thanks for looking guys!
 

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Clean Clean Sumo! If that was street legal I would be arrested for sure.
Thx Splash! That's a good point. Since I don't get to ride it, I am thinking about making it street legal to buzz around on. That may make it more desirable too. Apparently it's pretty easy to tag one in Arkansas. Will see if I can get time to do that.
 
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