1989 Honda Bros 650cc; for sale 115k THB. CONTACT James: +66 89 433 1002 email: [email firstname.lastname@example.org]email@example.com[/email] I picked up a new K&N air filter and final drive for this bike when I went to the States during the rainy season. The Bros is running very strong and smooth. It's also sporting a new set of Dunlop tyres that have about 15km on them. Registration, insurance and Wing-41 pass have been extended to the end of 2010. Always foreign owned. Has a current green book and totally legal, genuine Chiang Mai plate; it even has the pass to cut through Wing-41, next to CNX. Well maintained; 101,700km on the clock; runs well. Corbin seat. This bike has proved itself to be perfect for touring the roads of Northern Thailand. It's torquey 650cc engine can comfortably pull uphill, even riding two-up. Here's a link to more info on the Bros with an extract of the text: http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/Honda_NT650 "The bike was ahead of its time in many regards and as a result was not a strong seller despite the bike having grown to cult status. The Hawk GT was one of the first modern Naked bikes, released several years before the Ducati Monster and eventually the Suzuki SV650. Some sources claim that Triumph found much of the inspiration for the t509 Speed Triple/t595 Daytona from the Hawk GT and if one compares the two bikes side by side, the Triumph mimics many of the Hawks lines and shapes. "