Ok Readers...Say Hello To My New "Flagship" Valkyrie...Like No Other Valkyrie I Have Owned Before


This Is An Amazing 2000 Honda Valkyrie Interstate with Only 10027 Original Miles At The Time Of This Posting. As You Already Know, The Interstate Was The Flagship Of The Valkyrie Line. Then In 2004, The Owner Spent $9000. To Have A Champion 2+2 Sidecar Attached To His Amazing Interstate



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It is called a 2+2 sidecar because it comfortably seats 2 midsized adults or 2 children or a large adult with a child...etc. You get the picture.







The Valkyrie's 1520cc 6 cylinder engine and approximately 100hp easily handles the extra weight of the sidecar and any passengers.








The champion 2+2 sidecar is nicely equipped with seat belts along with intercom plugins for using with wired helmets so the sidecar occupants can hear the radio and converse with the rider(s) of the Valkyrie....Cool Stuff.



The Champion 2+2 Sidecar Has An Electronic Camber (Lean) Control. With a flick of a switch, you can raise or lower the sidecar to accomodate any crown a road might have so instead of the bike becoming a handfull and pulling to one side or the other, after a slight adjustment the vehicle will track perfectly straight with little to no effort. What a great idea. It also has its own brakes which is also great in helping to stop the extra weight that the sidecar..passenger(s)..and luggage can create.




The paint is shiny and lustrous and the chrome gleams. Remember, this bike only has 10027 miles at the time of this posting.



The front fender..gastank..and hard sidebags have gorgeous subtle semi-ghost flames which are totally beautiful and add some amazing character to the bike.




And to make sure the rider(s) on the bike are as comfortable as the occupants of the sidecar, I have installed Ultimate Touring seats for rider and passenger as well as an Ultimately Backrest for the rider......Nice



Do You Own A Motorcycle With A SideCar?? Tell Us About It. Are They Hard To Ride? Do You Like It? Give Us Your Input On This Subject.

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