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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-07-2001, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation UN-F*****g Believable!

Over 75 horsepower and under 230 pounds!
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I've never ridden a super motard there's not many around my neck of the woods but i bet they are great fun to ride !!!!!!

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Oh Yeah!
This one would make you fill your pants!

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post #5 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-14-2001, 09:27 AM
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Re: UN-F*****g Believable!

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Over 75 horsepower and under 230 pounds!
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Sounds like a wheelie machine...I could be havin fun with that..

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I was trying to see somewhere on the site where it
looked like they were saying 75h.p., but could
not make it out anywhere.
What was I missing.....??

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I was trying to see somewhere on the site where it
looked like they were saying 75h.p., but could
not make it out anywhere.
What was I missing.....??
Your reading glass's perhaps.....

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I saw the new Maico's a few months ago...gorgeous. I was always a huge fan of those bikes during the mid/late '70s and early '80s. My favorite rider was Danny "Magoo" Chandler.

Anyway, do you think that the new company will finally make a dependable bike, or will they be like the labor and maintenance intensive Maico's of yesteryear???
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Anyway, do you think that the new company will finally make a dependable bike, or will they be like the labor and maintenance intensive Maico's of yesteryear???
I know the answer, but, for once, I'll give someone else a chance to be "Mr. Know-It-All."
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I used to ride in the dirt years ago and a friend had an old twin-shock Maico 360. Wasn't as agile as my KTM in the tight stuff but point it in a straight line and whoosh.

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