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For owners of the Honda Interceptor and related Honda V4 motorcycles, for the purpose of mutual help concerning safe riding, maintenance, and performance of their motorcycles.

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    Poll: Vote On What Gen The 2014 Vfr Is (266 member(s) have cast votes)

    What Gen is it?

    1. its a 6.3 (48 votes [18.05%])

      Percentage of vote: 18.05%

    2. its an 8 (139 votes [52.26%])

      Percentage of vote: 52.26%

    3. its something else (21 votes [7.89%])

      Percentage of vote: 7.89%

    4. i dont care (58 votes [21.80%])

      Percentage of vote: 21.80%

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    Radar and Huckleberry get married

    Posted by Axel_7 - Today, 12:09 AM

    PNW regular vfrd members tie the knot
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    My modified VFR

    Posted by vfr750gaz - May 01 2011 03:06 PM



    I have visited this forum on lots of occasions, but never got around to registering.
    After looking at quite a few of the Frankenviffer threads i thought i would show my bike.

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    Free Mystery Vfr750 94 2012

    Posted by vfr3000 - Jun 16 2014 11:03 PM

    Summer 2012 I remember the guy roll in on it, and I mean roll in. It appeared that the clutch was slipping so he parked it up in the Close and kept it running.
    It was that unusual sound that made me look out of the window. I couldn't tell what bike it was at the time and the guy ridding it seemed to be far to young to even own a bike of this size.
    The next day I walked passed it from a distance and thought to myself that this is one of those VFR750's I was reading about last week. It looks nice I thought and that was it for a very long time.
    A long time later , 4 weeks la...

    Comments: 1 :: Blog Views : 410