SOLD!: Honda CBR 150R

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Honda CBR 150R
  • Bought new in 2004, the bike is in excellent mechanical condition with under 5,000 km on the clock.
  • All original and all stock with the exception of the handle bar extenders. (Can be returned to stock riding configuration easily.)
  • All regular servicing completed by Honda.
Reason for sale: To finance the purchase of another bike.

Location: Chiang Mai

39,000 baht
Mobile: 089.771.7115
 

Klaus

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Mar 8, 2004
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Who-ha, looks like you use the stock cables with the higher bars, or not?
That can be very tricky in some situations . . .
Having said that, it's a real low price for a low mileage bike, good deal!
 
Jun 6, 2007
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Yes, stock cables and lines. Very easy to "put back to original." Just remove the extenders, slide the grip bars down, and re-install the stock caps.
 

Klaus

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Mar 8, 2004
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Sure thing, I'd definitelty do that.
Has the bike been sitting in a garage for three years?
 
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I just don’t ride the CBR much. It has always been garaged, albeit, a public garage. Hence, it does show some minor cosmetic issues resulting from the carelessness of other riders who park too close, etc.. There is a scratch on the gas tank near the seat. (see picture) It is visible but, luckily, doesn’t go to the metal. I have no idea how it got there. One day it just appeared. Otherwise, the bike is in very good condition both mechanically and cosmetically.
 

Klaus

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Did you advertise it on other sites? It should sell for that price. If I wouldn't be 400km south of BKK, I'd definitely get a closer look . . .
 
Jun 6, 2007
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Yes. I also posted it to Baht & Sold and ThaiVisa.

I'm about 700 km north of Bangkok so THAT would be QUITE the loooong ride for you on a CBR. Of course, there is always the train option. If my memory serves, I think they charge about 200 baht for a 150cc bike from CM to BKK. [;)]
 

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Then there's always the post office for delivery. Ray posted his 750 Yam from Udon to Bkk, & TJ posted hus 250 Honda Degree from Chiang Rai to Phuket. It works & is not as stupid as it sounds. Now whilst the left arm's still a bit wonky & cant ride so far, but need to GPS some more roads S-SE from Chiang rai, perhaps that's what I should - post the AT to CEI, bus up & start from there on the bike??