SOLD!: Honda CBR 150R

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Buy & Sell - S.E. Asia' started by Rice_King, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. Rice_King

    Rice_King Member


    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
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  3. Klaus

    Klaus Ol'Timer

    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!
  4. Rice_King

    Rice_King Member

    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.
  5. Klaus

    Klaus Ol'Timer

    Sure thing, I'd definitelty do that.
    Has the bike been sitting in a garage for three years?
  6. Rice_King

    Rice_King Member


    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.
  7. Klaus

    Klaus Ol'Timer

    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 . . .
  8. Rice_King

    Rice_King Member

    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. [;)]
  9. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    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??

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