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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Honda C90 Clone

For those wishing to relive their Yoof or in my case Middle age, look at this C90 copy .I would think that with petrol approaching £6 a gallon that these would go down well here .My 1974 C90 would do 55 mph and 150 mpg , although not at the same time . My Wife`s 1964 C100 50cc usually did better at 160 mpg .

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davemdixon

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davemdixon says:

Here you go

try this. Could be the answer.

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SVAl

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SVAl says:

c90...

I want one! :biggrin:

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countryrider

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countryrider says:

nice

C90 is cool. Had to give my little simson schwarbe back to my grandad as back up in london now. She returned a nice 90mpg. Not bad.

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Simson

Hope you handed back that Simson in the same condition as you found it Countryrider ! Thats a nice rare machine in lovely nick .

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

www.

Thanks Dave for the link . I tried to play the video of the small Honda bike run in Germany, but my crap talktalk line keeps freezing it !I`ll try at off -peak times . Looks a nice copy of the C90 . The 1964 Honda wasn`t perfect as my wife bent the gear lever and I had to weld a piece on the back to beef it up . Instead of heeling and toeing , she always toed !!

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countryrider

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countryrider says:

roadieroger

yeah. Took good care of it. Cleaned after every ride. Grew quite fond of it actually. no power but fkn cool! V. funny on the dual carriageway I had to go along every day.

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Suzuki CS50 Roadie

Here`s my Classic countryrider , a 29 year old Suzuki Roadie which I have had since new .

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Here`s another

Roadie 50cc

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davemdixon

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davemdixon says:

RoadieRoger

I like that. Did you have a Moulton bicycle at some time? That rear cycle bag looks familiar to me.

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stingy1

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stingy1 says:

fun bikes!

beware the c70 / c50 though. camshafts running in aluminium. the c90 bulletproof as had pushrod engine.

 

fast too....check out any u tube vids of lads in Kavos Corfu, wheelying them down the main drag with trick zorsts.

 

i , ahem, tried and failed after 13 red bull/ vodkas in 1994...tee hee!

 

you can jet the carb up and get 2 more bhp, add the zorst and have fun!!!

 

YES i know what im talking about, doubters, i used to convert honda ss50s to c70 heads/pistons and rejet carbs, fit trick tube or dynaflow zorsts, and piss on honda cb100n.

 

could still trick them up blindfolded...but not the c90...pushrods...GUMPH!!!:unsure:

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