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What Do You Want To Know? 2019 SSR Buccaneer Cafe and Classic

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This week I’ll be trying out the current lineup from Benelli motorcycles – if you read that post you’ll know that Benelli’s US importer is SSR Motorsports, and they’ve got their own bikes to sell you. Next week I’ll get a taste of their Buccaneer Cafe and Buccaneer Classic, two 250cc v-twin powered machines that SSR calls “authentic back to …

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1978 Yamaha SR500

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Thanks to the end of the WWII and the development of a globalized motorcycle market, more and more British motorcycles started to cross the Atlantic and reach the US. One type of motorcycle in particular was quite successful, the big single-cylinder bike. This is something the American market didn’t really have, but Americans started to like it. So, we started …

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Buy A Shop – Ventura County Motorsports

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PJ Riley of RCS/Ventura County Motorsports has recently announced that he will be retiring at the end of the year, and that means his shop needs a new owner. He’s letting the shopt and all of its contents go – tools, wheelie machine, dyno, tractor trailer, and a whole lot more. For around a quarter million dollars, it could all …

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What Do You Want To Know? 2019 Yamaha Tracer 900 + 900 GT

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UPDATE: Here’s my review! Yamaha USA’s quest to copy model names from the rest of the world continues as the FZ-09 sport-tourer is being replaced with the “Tracer 900”. You may remember that the same thing happened earlier this year with naked FZ-07, which became the MT-07. The Tracer gets some decent updates, better-looking bodywork, and a new up-spec “GT” …