Supposedly 16,000 or so of these cute little two-stroke Twins were produced beginning in 1990, of which zero were officially imported to the USA. But here’s a really nice one which managed to achieve legal status in Ohio, and it’s for sale at a not unreasonable price. What else were you gonna do with that big tax refund?

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  • Mahatma

    That is a nice bike,but it begs the question of what an unreasonable price is for you guys?That would have been expensive even in norway.


    As soon as I woke up after reading the description and viewing the pictures I realized it is worth asking price. It is beautiful.

  • DickRuble

    How would this fare at the track against an Aprilia RSV4?

  • Shlomi

    No chance to get it approved for road use in CA, otherwise, i woiuld buy it, with no hesitations.

  • spiff

    Look at some of their other inventory. Lots of cool bikes. I have a thing for 90s sportbikes, and they have a 93 “CBR954RR”. Very cool.

    • Mahatma

      That would be a very rare model of the blade.Did someone time travel?;)

  • Bubba Blue

    Nice for a real collector. But generally buying low production motorcycles doesn’t do much for riders. A nice, used, regular production bike bought as a bargain as a third or fourth cycle in the barn ends up being the more satisfying ride in the long run, to me. AAdmittedly, I don’t take ’em to the track.