|25th June 2013 - HONDA F6C Valkyrie, in very good condition, for sale! £7,295.|
|Year||2000 (X Reg)|
|Colour||Metallic Dark Green over Champagne Gold|
|Stats||100bhp/100lb/ft torque 6 carbs, high lift cams, manual tappet adjustment and I've seen in excess of 130 on the clock. No reverse gear.|
|IT'S NOT A NAKED GOLDWING!|
These Photos taken 18th January 2013 - for the photos taken on 25th June 2013 please Click Here
To download full resolution photos please click HERE
Addition to extras...
HiD headlight conversion done - May 2012. Utterly fantastic and can quickly be converted back to standard H4 bulb.
|£7,295 ovno including Full Givi Luggage set as seen in photos below|
|1||Hondaline Windscreen -||Click Here|
|2||Hondaline front mudguard extender|
|3||Utopia Products Drivers Backrest , handy pouch and bar protector||Click Here|
|4||Givi carrier & side cases|
|5||Givi Top Box carrier and top box with Brake lights|
|6||Hondaline chrome swinging arm mounting covers|
|7||Brakeaway Products fabulous "cruise control"||Click Here|
|8||Hondaline chrome cam end covers|
|9||Modified "Ross Spoonland" Jack adaptor||Click Here|
|10||Motorcycle Jack similar to.........||Click Here|
|11||Formotion clock and handlebar mounting|
|12||Kuryakyn passenger foot boards (original pegs also included)||Click Here|
|13||Kissan Technologies Signal Minder (and original unit)||Click Here|
|14||K&N air filter||Click Here|
|15||New Gel battery (top of the range)|
|16||Hondaline rear rack (not on the bike as the Givi carrier uses the same mounting points|
|17||6 degree advanced timing wheel - original also supplied|
|18||Chrome neck cover||Click Here|
|19||Motorcycle Accessory Design Temp Stick (not fitted)||Click Here|
|20||Meta Alarm - removed when it failed in France July 26th 2012!|
|22||6 spare oil filters (genuine Honda ones)|
|23||Clymer Workshop Manual|
|24||Karl Kulow's Valkyrie Service Pages|
|25||CD of Parts catalogue|
|26||Over £200 of brand new genuine Honda spares! see below|
|27||NEW Avon Cobra tyres fitted (ft&rear) July 2007|
|28||HiD Headlight kit - 300% brighter and only 35w/3Amps draw|
Apart from all that above the following work has been carried out Both front and rear(most) mudguards have been resprayed by ArtAttak to the original colour and all 3 parts of the mudguards have been undersealed All wheel bearings have been replaced The carbs have been synchronised at 3000rpm and the bike is capable of 50 mpg. On a trip to the Alps we averaged 42mpg with 4 stone of luggage, two up! During the Swiss Crazy Run in 2012 I averaged 52mpg!
I fitted Carbon Lorraine brake pads to improve the brakes and they warped and blew the discs, all 3! I fitted new Honda pads and discs all round in 2010! Click Here for the Swiss Crazy Run Report
|The following NEW parts are included in the sale|
|This bike has carried me and my wife the 830 miles of
the National Rally in aid of Mencap - 27hrs of riding! It has covered 3002
miles from home to the chunnel, down to Paris, St Benoit-sur-Loire, Montlucon,
Rodez (best motorcycling area of France), Avignon, Frejus, Monte Carlo, Gap,
Bourg D'Oisans, Sens, and home. No problems cruising at high speed getting an
average of 42 mpg!
We've had several holidays in France - including a two-week break near Limoges this year - Belgium, Monaco, Italy etc., and the bike has behaved perfectly. We did one return journey from Clermont Ferrand to Devon, via Adinkerke (to get my wife's cigarettes), in one hit. We left C-F at 9am and got home at 2am. At the M4 Reading Services, as I was filling up with fuel at 11.15pm, a chap tapped me on the shoulder and told me that I owned a beautiful bike - I already knew that, but it was nice to know he noticed.
It is like a good wine it gets better and better with age.
It's time to move on and my next project is a RTW Trip in 2011 so there is no room in my garage for this lovely bike. I have already been to Mongolia and back (see www.joatmoa.com) which I did on a Ural Cross Sidecar outfit in 2011.
Yes I know I'm asking a lot (£7495) but it isn't by any means a standard bike and you won't find a better one in the UK!
...and before you ask...No, I'm not in a hurry to sell 'her' and I won't take any offers. If you can't afford her then please don't bother contacting me. I don't need to sell her and I'd rather keep her but common sense must prevail.