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It's a super rad ride, but my garage is overflowin! I'd love to have finished the resto.

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Bikes For Sale / Re: Yamaha FZ1 give a way!
« on: 06/30/18 06:56PM »
A lot of bike for 15hundo. Someone will enjoy it!

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Didn't like the gear? It does appear that they have a decent bit of kit on sale. Nothing that would fit me I'm sure haha.


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New Members / Re: Been a long time!!
« on: 06/01/18 12:57PM »
Still in SoCal, but no longer OC myself.  :2:

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Bikes For Sale / Re: kawasaki gpz-5550
« on: 05/25/18 09:19AM »
Super cool little bike. I wish I wasn't this big tall guy all the time so I could enjoy bikes like that properly lol.

I know it's not that little but I'd still look silly :D

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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Transport company
« on: 05/24/18 11:08AM »
Just make sure you are dealing with a freight company directly, there are a TON of freight brokerage services and they are not the ones running the trucks, they're just a middle man.

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Bikes For Sale / Re: Kawasaki ZR 6 636 ABS SOLD
« on: 05/04/18 10:20PM »
Time to go shopping!

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Bikes For Sale / Re: WTB: Street Triple R
« on: 04/24/18 05:21PM »
I sold my 2014 Triple R in matte grey to a member here. I hope she still loves it. If not, maybe she can pass it on to you?  :49:

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I still almost trust flawed computers over human drivers, though. Key word.. almost.

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Weather is shifting warm for the first time this year (aside from that warm snap earlier,) that means bike sales will increase dramatically. If you don't see movement in a few weeks, you're base price is probably too high. Just base it on what the market is telling you. If you keep getting nibbles, then you're probably in the right ballpark. At that point it's all patience.

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Off Topic / Re: I got burned, Need advice
« on: 03/21/18 12:04PM »
Klaus sounds like he knows the whole lien process. I know it's a PITA to have to deal with, but probably worth it at this stage if there's no hope for his return any time soon.

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Off Topic / Re: I got burned, Need advice
« on: 03/20/18 12:31PM »
You can look into putting a lien against the items and having a lien sale, if you are worried about covering yourself legally.

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Most everything goes through Copart, and similar services.

You can go through a broker to bid at their auctions. Usually involves leaving a deposit, etc, since you're bidding in their name.

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I get the following error message when I visit OCMOTO by going to http://www.ocmoto.com/.

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However, if I press Home on the top menu, or simply go to http://www.ocmoto.com/index.php, then the page loads fine.

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Short answer: If you're after power (and sound) boost for an otherwise stock bike, 100% worth it if you remap your fueling to accommodate the change.

For lame people like me, who like that quiet stock exhaust, not so worth it.

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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Wuzzup?
« on: 02/10/18 03:24PM »
Word

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CycleGear sells mostly Chinese junk that costs them $10 and they charge $150. They're doing fine because they primarily retail junk equipment.

They made a niche for themselves, serving the broke, first time, or otherwise unknowledgeable rider.

Yes, they technically carry the whole line that RevZilla does, but if you ask their executives they'd rather sell you a house brand item than anything else.

You forget, while they cater to newbies, and the unknowing with their house brands, they also carry super high-end A*, Dainese, Arai, and Shoei gear.  Nothing in the middle for average Joe's like me...  :26:

This has absolutely been my experience. The sizing in the premium brands is usually limited, too. Especially in the larger sizes.. ahem.

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Cycle gear seems to be opening new stores .
It must be bad poor management

CycleGear sells mostly Chinese junk that costs them $10 and they charge $150. They're doing fine because they primarily retail junk equipment.

They made a niche for themselves, serving the broke, first time, or otherwise unknowledgeable rider.

Yes, they technically carry the whole line that RevZilla does, but if you ask their executives they'd rather sell you a house brand item than anything else.

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