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Bikes For Sale / 2013 triumph daytona 675(R)
« Last post by Johnpewpew on April 05, 2021, 08:02:10 pm »
Ok guys. I'm looking to get out of my 2013 daytona 675. The motor has 6,032 miles on it. Looking to get into a race preped gen 2 SV 650. When I got this bike it came with a 2014 675r parts bike. I parted out some of the parts bike already. The 2013 runs perfectly. I have a clean title for both the bikes. The goal was to swap the suspension from the 675R to the regular 675. I got the front forks on but not the rear shock. As it sits right now all the farings are off and will need to be put back on.What comes with this package...
2013 675 complete bike.
Parts bike frame and motor ( cylinder 1 tried to eat the valves)
Rear sub frame
Good working fuel pump.
The bike has brand new woodcraft rear sets on it
Never installed woodcraft clip on.
A bunch of bodywork.
New Bridgestone battleax's
Willing to work with buyer on shipping. Any questions send me a messag.
Asking $5,000 or will trade for the right SV.
I have more photos and a video of the bike running.
Located in Chicopee, Massachusetts
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Parts and gear for sale / 2013 triumph daytona 675(R)
« Last post by Johnpewpew on April 05, 2021, 07:59:08 pm »
Ok guys. I'm looking to get out of my 2013 daytona 675. The motor has 6,032 miles on it. Looking to get into a race preped gen 2 SV 650. When I got this bike it came with a 2014 675r parts bike. I parted out some of the parts bike already. The 2013 runs perfectly. I have a clean title for both the bikes. The goal was to swap the suspension from the 675R to the regular 675. I got the front forks on but not the rear shock. As it sits right now all the farings are off and will need to be put back on.What comes with this package...
2013 675 complete bike.
Parts bike frame and motor ( cylinder 1 tried to eat the valves)
Rear sub frame
Good working fuel pump.
The bike has brand new woodcraft rear sets on it
Never installed woodcraft clip on.
A bunch of bodywork.
New Bridgestone battleax's
Willing to work with buyer on shipping. Any questions send me a messag.
Asking $5,000 or will trade for the right SV.
I have more photos and a video of the bike running.

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CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Daytona 200
« Last post by Nicholae on April 05, 2021, 12:35:03 pm »
Anyone know the tech requirements for the Daytona 200 for wheels?
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Shooting the bull / Re: Old Topics
« Last post by Super Dave on April 02, 2021, 12:57:27 pm »
  Why do so many new racers quit?

https://www.ccsforum.com/index.php?topic=4290.0

Still a good topic to discuss. 

I have more ideas why, but they are issues out of individual control.
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CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: How much does it cost....
« Last post by Super Dave on April 02, 2021, 12:53:58 pm »
Maybe I'm more the Bruce Campbell of road racing.  :D
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Shooting the bull / Re: Norton Motorcycles new chairman
« Last post by Biketographer on March 28, 2021, 08:16:35 am »
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Shooting the bull / Norton Motorcycles new chairman
« Last post by Biketographer on March 28, 2021, 08:00:18 am »
 - The experienced automotive global business leader, Sir Ralf Speth, will join as Chairman of TVS Motor Company, effective January 2023
- Norton Motorcycles was acquired by TVS Motor Company in April 2020
- This significant appointment is announced as Norton undergoes revitalisation under the ownership of TVS Motor Company, including the opening of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Solihull in 2021

SOLIHULL, England, March 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Norton Motorcycle Co Ltd is delighted to welcome Sir Ralf Speth to the Board of Directors of its parent company, TVS Motor Company. The experienced automotive global business leader will join the company as Chairman, effective January 2023.

Most recently holding the position of CEO at Jaguar Land Rover for 11 years, Sir Ralf is widely acclaimed for the transformation of the British brands, striving to transform the company into the global force it is today.    This senior appointment comes at a time when Norton Motorcycles is making great progress under TVS Motor Company ownership, benefitting from significant new investment in the motorcycle brand. Norton announced in January 2021 that the company is to move into the most advanced manufacturing facility in the brand's 122-year history.

John Russell, Interim CEO of Norton Motorcycles, said: "We are truly delighted to welcome Sir Ralf to the TVS Motor Company family. We know that Sir Ralf is a tremendous leader and his accomplishments in the automotive industry speak volumes. This excellent appointment comes at a time when the Norton Motorcycles business is on a very positive trajectory but still with much work to do. We will soon be settled in our state-of-the-art new manufacturing base and the guidance of Sir Ralf will be important for us as a growing British business that has a strong legacy."

The outgoing Chairman, Mr. Venu Srinivasan, who will become Chairman Emeritus of TVS Motor Company from January 2023, said, "It is a momentous occasion for TVS Motor Company to welcome Ralf to its Board. His passion for technology, eye for products and commitment to building brands are truly remarkable. His thoughts will add immensely to TVS Motor as the company shapes itself for the future. Ralf's deep insights and guidance will be invaluable to the management team as TVS Motor Company embraces the future of mobility."

Photo - https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/1475449/Norton_Motorcycles_Prof_Sir_Ralf_.jpg
CONTACT: henryw@influenceassociates.com +44 (0)7769 226366 / andrew@influenceassociates.com
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Shooting the bull / Re: Old Topics - Why do so many new racers quit?
« Last post by Biketographer on March 26, 2021, 10:32:58 am »
  Why do so many new racers quit?

https://www.ccsforum.com/index.php?topic=4290.0
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Shooting the bull / Re: "The Texas Mile" March 26-28, 2021
« Last post by Biketographer on March 25, 2021, 07:38:16 am »
This appears to be "drag racing" but one vehicle at a time and that it is 1 mile long instead of 1/4 mile.   

I just got the press release this morning, so I am not going to research it.
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Shooting the bull / "The Texas Mile" March 26-28, 2021
« Last post by Biketographer on March 25, 2021, 07:36:33 am »
BEEVILLE, Texas, March 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Motor Sports Fans, ARE you READY to see some of the fastest 1-mile cars and motorcycles in the world compete at The Texas Mile?!?! WE ARE!!! March 26-28, 2021 at Chase Field in Beeville, TX.

For 18-years, twice a year, The Texas Mile has transformed an airport runway in the Coastal Bend area of Texas into a world-renowned motorsports festival and proving grounds for manufacturers, after-market suppliers, and vehicle tuners. We host amateur and professional car and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the globe for an ultimate Top Speed Racing experience. It is a man-and-machine challenge. Participants race against the mile-per-hour clock with "No Speed Limit" to capture their top speed at the 1-mile marker.

The Texas Mile is a family friendly event and welcomes all to enjoy being up-close and personal with the racers and their amazing machines. Spectator passes are sold at the gate and are good for the whole event. Kids 12 and under admitted at no charge. For those with side-by-sides, golf carts, paddock vehicles, golf carts, etc., you can bring those. We have plenty of parking spots for your truck and trailer.

For the first time ever, there will be a Beer Garden hosted by The Beeville Chamber of Commerce. There is also a Remote Control (RC) Vehicle Track being setup for everyone to enjoy while at the event.

"This is a community centric event everyone enjoys," says Shannon Matus, who started the event in 2003 with Jay Matus in nearby communities of Goliad, then to Beeville, then to Victoria and now back home to Beeville, TX. "Our event caters to enhancing the experience of all engaged in the event whether you are physically present or online. It has a very "personal feel" to it while at the same time is considered a "big-time" racing event."

Please stay tuned to social media and your local news organizations for additional highlights and information on this weekend's activities. We will be going live throughout the weekend on Facebook and YouTube.

Some history for those of you that are new to this legacy event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJ46mtfFEaA
Dates and Location: March 26-28, 2021, Fri-Sun, Chase Field Industrial and Airport Complex, Beeville, TX
Event Contact: Shannon Matus, info@texasmile.net, 281-802-9863
Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTexasMile; Instagram: @TheTexasMile; YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUSMileTopSpeedRacingEvents/featured
Twitter: @TheTexasMile
Web site: www.texasmile.net and www.theusmileracing.com
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