Hope the TW doesn't get jealous, but I bought a project bike:
Have you read the adventures of a young English fellow who rode a CT110 (postie bike in Australia - he named it Dot) from Syndey, AU to London? It's on ADV. It's a great read.
Here's the link for anyone interested:
Syndey to London on a Moped named Dot
It's a long read, so be sure to grab a beer beforehand.
I learned something, I always thought the 110 did NOT come with the dual range trans. I will start looking for one now, thank you !TW2007, How dear is too dear? I'm not sure whether I got mine posted on the old thread or not, but here's my ct110 (with the dual range tranny). I too wanted it for carrying on the motorhome hitch carrier. I drug it 4000 miles to Niagara Falls and upper Ontario this summer, and its still crying to have some of the road grit lubed away from cables etc. Its great to have a bike you can ride full throttle without endangering yourself or others.
1981 CT 110 with 1600 miles.
The CT110's made for Australain Postie service were not dual range, but ones exported elsewhere where dual range. It's my understanding that the CT110 never made it to Canada, making it difficult to find here, or I would have looked for one.
Tom, is your bike a US version?