Posts Tagged ‘Scrambler’


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What’s in your toolbox? Clymer Manuals vintage Honda 250cc and 360cc twin service manual covers all 1974-1977 variations (CB250, CJ250, CB360, CL360, and CJ360) of this last of the classic Honda twins. Taking the CB350 twin, Honda evolved the bike with more displacement, a 6 speed transmission (in most applications) and numerous other improvements, while keeping the classic look. The Clymer manual for this bike is written specifically for home users and enthusiasts, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English. Unlike OEM factory service manuals, which are designed for the professional, Clymer Manuals are written with the do-it-yourself mechanic in mind, not the expert. Be that as it may, many experts still swear by them!… Read the rest

Barnyard Scraps Restoration 1970 BSA Firebird Scrambler Cafe Racer – 2013 Hoame Show

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The BSA Firebird 650 is already a cool machine, but the folks at Barnyard Scraps Restoration took it to another level with subtle improvements to their custom cafe racer. Clymer caught this metal flake beauty on video at the 2013 Heart of America Motorcycle Enthusiasts show.

Clymer Girl and the crew didn’t have to go far to attend the HoAME show and rally, as it was just up the road at the Kansas City Airline History Museum in the Downtown Airport. The show was packed with classic vintage and antique motorcycles representing the best of British, German, Japanese, Italian, and American manufacturers. Some of the brands on display were Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, BMW, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, BSA, Norton, Indian, Cushman, Vespa, Laverda, Lambretta, Ducati, Matchless, Zundapp, Moto Guzzi, and more.… Read the rest