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Old 27th July 2009, 17:17   #16
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INDIAS motorcycles are in the market are the CBF 150 (UNICORN), CBZ 160 (discontinued), Bajaj PULSAR 180-200, YBR 125 (Gladiator), refresh TVS APACHE RTR 160, FLAME TVS, Yamaha FZ16 (new), Yamaha R -15 (new)

Now the CBZ-160 never existed in India so I dunno where it comes from. Does Hero Honda have other models selling there.
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Nice Mods. Where did you get a Bajaj Pulsar Handgrip in Medellin?.
I believe that Pulsars are so popular that they have a Pulsar Club in Columbia.
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Now the CBZ-160 never existed in India so I dunno where it comes from. Does Hero Honda have other models selling there.


I believe that Pulsars are so popular that they have a Pulsar Club in Columbia.
160 is the CBZ HERO HONDA, here in Colombia was the motorcycle that came to compete with the PULSAR years ago.

There are many here in Medellin PULSAR club, in a month there PULSAR meeting in Medellin, Colombia, my city is selected this year. I'm at a club where the marks are only the HONDA CBF and CBZ, but I like going out with the club ROAD SPEED PULSAR MEDELLIN because they like the speed.]
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Now the CBZ-160 never existed in India so I dunno where it comes from. Does Hero Honda have other models selling there.
M, The CBZ in India was actually a 156 cc(& not 150) engine bike which they probably marketed as CBZ 160 in export markets
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Hey, I have the same HJC helmet .
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Hey, I have the same HJC helmet .

the ref of this helmet is EL DIABLO (the devil)......
This is the only reference is in Medellin, at least I have not seen another one though is not the most luxurious
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the ref of this helmet is EL DIABLO (the devil)......
This is the only reference is in Medellin, at least I have not seen another one though is not the most luxurious
Yes, I know its called the El Diablo. I bought it because I got a good deal on it. Here's mine.
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Mods, please allow this one messsage in spanish as a welcome to burrenes.

Bienvenido al foro tio, aqui lo vas a pasar muy bien, aprenderas mucho de tu moto y cosas q puedes hacer para aumentar su rendimiento. No se si se puede hablar en espanol aqui, a ver si sera visible este mensaje. De todas formas esperamos verte aqui muy a menudo, disfruta de las vueltas q das en las montanas,,q parecen preciosas. Hasta luego,,
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same here mods, another spanish message follows :-)

que sorpresa, a ver un hispano-hablante aqui, sachin !

Bienvenido burrenes! great fotos.
Tengo otro amigo (.en otro foro) que es de Medellin también pero ahora vive en Nueva York.

Que sigas disfrutando tus viajes de moto ..
Saludos desde Pune!
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Straight6 I can see some pirated games in those pictures

Burrenes you remind me of the movie Medallian on Pablo's life! Please do share some more pictures and stories about Pablo
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Straight6 I can see some pirated games in those pictures

Burrenes you remind me of the movie Medallian on Pablo's life! Please do share some more pictures and stories about Pablo
jejejjee ..... to the pirates lords come here, do not worry .... jejeje

Well, the nineties were very bloody in my city, Medellin told the Old West by so many bullets. all the people he is not worried about falling into an attack terroista because of Pablo Escobar. this gentleman was a Robbin Hood for some because it gave them houses, markets, money, until there is a district with its name, but everyone who tuck in their way without the worry that they took could happen to civilians (Carr PUMP)

after his death things became better, and not this big boss of the drug making mischief, but from then on it appeared too small PABLOS ESCOBARES disputing your post, and so are the things we should not hide the fact what hurts me is that Medellin is known for this story so bad, I swear that Medellin is the best city in the world, where everyone is a tourist do not want to go, but I guess it must be hard for someone to accept an invitation q to this country as it does not have very good stories to tell, that hurt, but the country is progressing

Gentlemen, any questions, please tell me, and we will be relying more...

I made a video in my city for a companion of the club, a CBF versus a PULSAR 180


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Straight6 I can see some pirated games in those pictures
Playstation boss .

Hey wasn't there a guy who rode a Pulsar from Colombia to India?
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Playstation boss .

Hey wasn't there a guy who rode a Pulsar from Colombia to India?

if this character made a trip from Colombia to the assembly plant of Bajaj, who envy the good ... jejeje

last Sunday was an event in the city and the life chances of estubo motorbike in the parade, always beside me, and when we got to destico, put his bike next to mine and then take me take a picture with him, and later the public.
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