For Sale : 2009 Yamaha R6

For Sale : 2009 Yamaha R6

Friend of mine is selling his R6, he’s not on here so I’m putting it up for him. Really is a mint bike, and an absolute blast to ride.

Bike Make : Yamaha

Bike Model : YZF-R6

Year : 2009

Price : €6250 ono

Mileage : 7200

Colour : Blue/Black

Extras : Rear seat cowl, pillion pegs, aftermarket licence plate & hanger, 12v integrated power supply

Overall Bike Condition : Excellent.

Tyre/Chain/Sprocket Condition : New Pilot Road 3’s fitted 1000kms ago/Very Good/Very Good.

Service History/Receipts/Recent Service work : Services done himself on regular intervals, just had oil,filters, coolants and front pads.

Non Restricted/Shop Restricted/Factory Restricted : Non-restricted

Bike Location : Dublin

Irish/English Registered : Irish

Any Other Relevant Info : Selling as he is heading off emigrating. Bought this bike in mint condition with very low miles. Bike has had a very easy life (don’t tell him I said that :lbhbh: ) Kept covered and washed/maintained religiously. Taxed until March 2015. Comes with owners manual, log book and 3 keys (incl. red master key).

Contact details: Call or text Ben Fox on 086 1215231 any time or can contact through me on Biker.

Test drives welcome with cash in hand.

Donedeal Link:

http://www.donedeal.ie/motorbikes-fo…r-sale/7877313

I’ll get some pictures up here later on.

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Qatar WSBK: Laverty looking to ‘go out with a high side’

Qatar WSBK: Laverty looking to ‘go out with a high side’

Voltcom Suzuki’s Eugene Laverty is hoping to leave the World Superbike Championship in a blaze of glory in Qatar this weekend before he heads off to Valencia to start his MotoGP career.

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The Monegasque will test his Aspar Honda for the first time after the last round of the season but first has a brace of WSBK races in the desert and under floodlights – something Laverty has experienced before.

“The final round of the season will be an incredible experience racing under the floodlights. I’ve competed in the dark once already back in 2008 at Losail and I’m really looking forward to doing it again. The floodlights really illuminate the track so it actually allows you to be a little more precise than in daylight hours,” said Laverty.

“The Losail circuit is a flowing one which suits our bike much better than some of the tight and twisty tracks that we’ve visited lately. It’s my last race in the World Superbike Championship before I make the switch to MotoGP and I’d love nothing more than to go out on a high – for me, the Crescent team and all our Sponsors.”

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CBF600 Tank removal

CBF600 Tank removal

Lads how the fk do I lift the tank on the CBF600. I have removed the front fairings. It looks as if its on a pivot but I cant see any screws holding the front.
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Photos Sunflower Trophy Races

Photos Sunflower Trophy Races

It was my first venture up to Bishopscourt last Saturday, for the Sunflower races and I have to say I was impressed with the meeting, the racing, the track and the sizable crowd. I was particularly impressed with the big name racers (BSB superbike, superstock and supersport) – not an ego in sight. They gave their time willingly to have photos taken, sign autographs, chat with strangers time-and-time again. They also managed to squeeze in some great racing in between :smileee:
I had a blast and I hope it shows in some of the images I captured.
As usual, thanks for looking and there’s plenty more on http://smsportphoto.zenfolio.com/p119579035#h21ab4902

Thanks, Stephen

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