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    The Original dual Sport

    Brought this little rascal home today, it's the fourth one I've had over the years. This one is a keeper, a pretty clean all original 1975 CT90

    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Gawd I LOVE those bikes. I have a 1983 & 1984 CT110 & they take me back in time & make me feel like a kid whenever I take um for a spin or just tinker with them. Lol.
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    I've got three of them.
    A 68 K0 in very good original condition
    A 74 with 678 miles needing restoration
    A 75 basket case.

    Looking for a pristine 79.

    I've been all over that CT forum. That is how I landed here.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bobo413 View Post
    Gawd I LOVE those bikes. I have a 1983 & 1984 CT110 & they take me back in time & make me feel like a kid whenever I take um for a spin or just tinker with them. Lol.
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    Yeah, I rode it all afternoon grinning like a big goofy kid. The smaller the engine, the bigger the fun.
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    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    I've got a titled CT90 frame sitting in my attic, always planned on building it up.

    Of course, it'll never happen...what are titled frames worth?

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    Its funny, I used to see those things on the bumper carriers behind campers & trailers. When I was a kid they looked SO BIG & they looked so tough with the knobby tires.
    Then when I was looking for one as a adult the first one I saw up close. I thought to myself DAMN that thing is small, I wonder if they made 2 sizes of them. LOL
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    It is small, kinda like a fat bicycle.
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    Ya, in my later teenaged years when I thought I knew everything. Lol.
    I thought that they looked goofy & my friends & I would refer to them as "Dip 90's", cuz they had a "Dip" in the middle like a girls bike. Lol.
    Heck I'm 57 now & it seems I've come full circle, cuz they look cool again. Lol.
    I really like the yellow ones & always wanted one. Thought they looked like a old Mac chainsaw. In fact I used to call um "Chainsaw yellow" yup...
    Saw a guy riding one around a MX track in the early 70's. Hauling ass & getting all kinds of air on the jumps.
    Years later after riding them, I reflect on that memory & think. That poor bike was getting beat to death & so was the rider, with that suspension ...
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    Had four of them over the years as well. Too small for my fat butt but I love them. Last one was a pristine CT110. Another bike I sold and wish I still had in my garage.

    Have you seen the prices of their little brothers the CT70's. Holy Cow! Those little suckers are going for $3K+. Unreal. I am looking for the 90cc that looked like a bigger version of the CT70.

    They still make the CT110 and export them to Australia and New Zealand. They are know as "Postie Bikes" as they are used for postal delivery by letter carriers.
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    You are looking for an ST90.


    Quote Originally Posted by toma55 View Post
    .... I am looking for the 90cc that looked like a bigger version of the CT70...
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