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oggreenspans This is a old photo with @texastimebomb. We are still carrying the snap western Pendletons, in store. 4h

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  •   chucks_bhr Good to see u back on one bro 11h
  •   chucks_bhr I'll be back with in two weeks we gotta link up brother 10h

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machete240jesh kicking it in the garage since day 1 2w

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littlest_kay 30 degree weather ridin. Lol
#riding #bike #mototcycle
3mon

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super72 Rider down! #harrysroamers #motorcycle club 49 years of #colorado #iceracing #hrmc 3w

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  •   maineb71 I'll be glad when I can get my hog 3w
  •   the.rizk @maineb71 there's nothing like it. I won't sit on anything else. 3w
  •   maineb71 @the.rizk I don't need brand new.....Been looking at a Heritage Softtail 3w

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Hudson 신건섭 botizm
mudangg ภารกิจคืนชีพ ชาลีน้อย!! 4w

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motionpro Check out today's featured #BikeOfTheWeek. Who know's the year/make/model and history behind this #motorcycle? 1mon
  •   gixxerzk4 Oval Pistons 1mon
  •   rbarile Honda nr 750. 1mon
  •   motionpro Great Guesses #BikeOfTheWeek Fans. Today’s featured #mototcycle is a Honda NR750 (New Racing). A V-four motorcycle engine series started by Honda in 1979 with the 500cc NR500 Grand Prix racer that used oval pistons. This was followed during the 1980s by a 750cc endurance racer version known as the NR750. The oval piston concept allowed for eight valves per cylinder which generated more power due to the increased air/fuel mixture throughput and compression. In 1992 Honda produced around 300 street versions of a 750cc model, the NR (often mistakenly referred to as the NR750), with a 90-degree V angle. Whereas the NR500 had used an oval piston with straight sides, the road going NR750 used an elliptical piston with curved long sides. The bike became the most expensive production bike at the time when it was selling for $50,000 and with the rarity, nowadays they rarely change hands. Make sure to check back next week for another round of #BOTW. 1mon

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