Well, I Bought This Cute Little 1979 Honda Twinstar 185 For My Daughter. Thought She Would Enjoy It And Save Gas Money In The Process. Guess I Should Have Spoken To Her First. She Has No Desire To Ride A Motorcycle. Oh Well...Her Loss....Your Gain.

Let Me Make One Thing Clear. From 20'..This Bike Looks Perfect. And The Pictures Show It As Looking Perfect. BUT IT'S NOT. For Its Age...It Looks Great. But There Is Fading On The Tank That Doesn't Clearly Show Until Close Up And The Left SideCover Is Very Faded. The Seat Is Excellent And The Chrome Shines Nicely. However, It Is Not A Pristine Museum Piece. Just Wanted You To Know.

Miles On The Bike Are Very Low....3599 Original Miles At The Time Of This Posting. The Bike Runs And Drives Extremely Nicely. The Carb Has Been Replaced. Sounds Like A Sewing Machine...It's That Quiet.

It's A Factory 4 Speed (One Down...Three Up). I Have Been Riding It A Bit To Get A Feel For Things. It's Really Fun To Ride. Seems Happiest Between 30-40 MPH. It Can Go Faster But I Think For Longevity And For Optimum Gas Mileage...30-40 MPH Would Be The Best. Not Meant For Highway Driving....Rather...In Town Commuting...Slow Pleasure Riding.....That Sort Of Thing.

It Has A KickStart As Well As An Electric Start...Both Work. But It's So Small That I Start It Easily With The Kickstart And That Seems To Work Best...Always Starting On 1-2 Kicks.



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