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 History Road 2005 - Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada 

Result of 8 voters
Key - Excellent: 5 points; Very Good: 4 points; Good: 3 points; Average: 2 points; Poor: 1 points; (Average points in brackets)
(1) Tony MacNeil's 1979 CBX - 2 voters (5.00) BAR
(2) 1982 Hesketh V1000 - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
(3) Honda Trail 70 - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
(4) 1938 Royal Enfield Model KX - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
(5) Flathead - 1 voter (5.00) BAR
1950 Panther Model 100
1950 Panther Model 100
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1969 BSA A75 Rocket 3
1969 BSA A75 Rocket 3
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1949 Vincent HRD Series B Rapide
1949 Vincent HRD Series B Rapide *
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1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane
1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane
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Doris Maron rode around the world on this 2001 Honda 750 Magna. She rode 120,000 kms. in three years across six continents and 43 countries.
During her journey the Magna consumed six sets of tires, two sets of sprockets and three chains. The only mechanical failure was a loose battery cable which she diagnosed and repaird in a Middle East desert.
Doris Maron rode around the world on this 2001 Honda 750 Magna. She rode 120,000 kms. in three years across six continents and 43 countries.
During her journey the Magna consumed six sets of tires, two sets of sprockets and three chains. The only mechanical failure was a loose battery cable which she diagnosed and repaird in a Middle East desert.
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Restoration Shop To Die For
Restoration Shop To Die For
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