The Royal Canadian Moped Posse

GTA 50cc

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Here she is!

My new 1975 Honda CB360T. The reason I'm BROKE!!! But happy:)

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  • At 3/02/2006 6:10 PM, Blogger john said…

    Now just put a tarp down on the ground and another over top and wrap it up till spring. We got 6 plus inches of snow today so I'm wishing it all away and sending it down to the GTA. Lovely and clean looking cycle ,Lindsay. Study that motorcycle handbook now. lol

  • At 3/06/2006 3:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Well, Well, Well....

    Lindsey, your going to be far too big to want to drive with the RCMP. Once you get a taste of that power, we'll all be crying in your dust. One thing I don't see in the picture is a chain and a lock! Do yourself a favour and get a big one to tie that beauty down.

  • At 3/06/2006 7:03 PM, Blogger motormatic said…

    haha, no way bill. i want to ride this to the moped rallies so that i can get there in less than a week! it's super duper tied up and locked down. i'm really paranoid about it!

  • At 3/07/2006 6:45 PM, Blogger Bjerg said…



    (just kidding... I do want an early 70's bike REALLY BADLY. A Norton Commando or Kawasaki A7 or something) ;)
    Soooooooo classy

  • At 3/07/2006 9:46 PM, Blogger motormatic said…

    yeah i woulda killed for a norton. i saw a really nice triumph but it was, oh, about $4000 out of my price range!

  • At 3/09/2006 6:49 AM, Blogger mopedkytten said…

    That is positively GORGEOUS!!!!! Way ta go girl! :)


  • At 3/09/2006 8:52 PM, Blogger Bjerg said…

    So how much did that set you back? And what are you shelling for insurance? (If you don;t mind me asking...)

  • At 3/10/2006 1:52 PM, Blogger motormatic said…

    too f**king much!

    well, not really, but the most i've ever paid for a vehicle including every car i've had.

    i paid $1000 CDN for it including an extra seat and an extra set of good rims with good tires on them. it's in incredible condition and runs like a brand new bike. i took stan down there with me to check it out and he said it was a good price.

    the insurance is a bugger. i'm not putting it on the road until after i've completed my rider training because i can't afford it and even then it's going to be between $800 - $1000.

  • At 3/10/2006 5:37 PM, Blogger p said…

    welcome to the vintage honda club. i'm glad it's running. there's some simple modifications you should to that'll make her happy, get new rectifier. before i got a new one i had to recharge the battery every month.

  • At 3/10/2006 11:24 PM, Blogger Bjerg said…

    What's the mileage like? Do you know if it was ever dropped? (the second is mostly irrelevant if it's in such nice shape).

  • At 3/12/2006 6:12 PM, Blogger motormatic said…

    11,000 KM on it. and as far as I know, never dropped. i love it, it's so pretty! it feels like a horse though, i'm kind of scared of it lol.


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