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I could buy quite a few interesting bikes, at least 6 or so for 200,000 thou. Maybe that lad who drives his wife's car to appointments will bid. Lol. Just joking:-) hey! Here's a new thread, what bikes would you buy if you had $200,000 to spend?
Full Yoshi SS, Galfer wave rotors, Goodridge steel lines, Hel oil lines, Corbin GFL, Penske rear, RaceTech front, Hids, Givi hard bags with full lighting kit, Dyna Coils, K&N, Samco rad hoses, 9500ix/iQ, Pazzo, some bling, some CF.
Honda RC30, RC45, Laverda SFC 750, MV Augusta 850 Magni.
That should do it. Any spare change can go to a couple dirt bikes.
Fill the house with bees.
hmm how about two bikes (one with drys and one with wets).. a whole lot of track days and racing.
Some people are like Slinkies ...
Not really good for anything, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.
WMRC & PCMRC #19
When you are collecting GP machines, I can assure you, your riding stable is already full.
Cool machine, I am sucker for the old Marlboro colors. That livery has graced many a championship machine.
One of those bikes I'd love to try just once. I'm thinking for the money a 3-4 desmosedici's
Stoner's GP10 is sure a better bang for your buck,
Stoner's GP Ducati fetches more than Rossi's
Two iconic bikes from Bologna but what was the better buy?
Posted: 14 May 2012
by Visordown News
Rossi's GP11 sold at auction
CASEY Stoner's 800cc Ducati Desmosedici GP bike sold for more than Valentino Rossi's at a recent auction.
Both Stoner's GP10 "CS1" and Valentino Rossi's GP11 "VR2" 800cc GP bikes were up for sale. The GP10 fetched £201,285 while the GP11 went for £196,649.
Stoner's GP10 was the more successful machine, taking a win at Phillip Island and bagging three pole positions. Valentino Rossi's GP11 wasn't as successful a bike but did get Rossi's only podium to date on a Ducati.
Considering the fact it costs around £2.5 million to lease one of these bikes for a season's racing, we think the buyer of Rossi's GP11 has found themselves a bargain and canny future investment.
Quite why Ducati felt the need to sell these bikes remains a mystery.
Read more: http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-...#ixzz2nDisgo40
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R.I.P. #58 Marco Simoncelli (January 20, 1987 – October 23, 2011)
MV F4 Senna, ZX7RR Raptor, R7, RC45, and an Erion 900RR.
I would ride the hell out of that Yamama..
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