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Old 04-13-2012, 02:46 AM   #20
ontic
 
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Melbourne
Oddometer: 1,067
The 90/6 will take you anywhere you dare to point it. It will do it style and comfort and class. Being in my mid 30's I suppose I am towards the younger end of the usual demographic that owns them () but I rarely find myself lusting after anything younger. The 90/6 is plenty of fun and can be very reliable.
I prefer them naked to fully faired, but would compromise on a S fairing if I had to.
I love my 90/6 like it was my grandfather's bike.... I can't imagine how much I would treasure it if it actually was.
Take it, ride it, love it, pass it on to one of your grandkids because if there is gasoline available it will still be eminently ridable then too.

also,
frankly I am shocked and dissapointed at the lack of proud owners (re)posting pictures of their treasured, used (and occasionally abused) 90/6's
















































two of them in this one, mine on the right.



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1981 R80G/S
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