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Cycle News 1969 11 18

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VISIT THE INOIAN FACTORY Place your order now for a new 1970 1nd1an cbopper. From fiOOcc 10 1400cc with a 60 day deUvery: 1nd1an Faclory, 822 South Magnolia, Monrovla, Calltornla H-D MECHANIC WANTED Must know complete 74's or Sportsters . and have shop experience. Need 3 dependable men - year 'round work, All benef1ts- top pay - bonus. Excellent shop & equipment, weather & living conditions. Would help right man 10 move. Excellent opportunity. Call collect for details. Laidlaw'S Harley-Davidson Sales, Inc., 8351 Garvey, Rosemead, Callt. 91770 (Southern Callt.) (213) 2803977. HUSQVARNA··PENTON, SCUDERIA, 1634 AVIATIDN BLVD., REDONDO BEACH. (213) 316-5095. EVERY MAle Dealer Inquiries Invited (4) 633-4691 FOR SALE: 1969 Ducati250cc(MarkIll). $350. Call (213) 896-3655 or (213) 8476153. MOTORCYCLE OWNERS, RIDERS and ENTHUSIASTS MORE puts the molorcyclistS molith where his money is - in government! P.O. Box 26062, Sacramento, Ca. 95826. MECHANIC - H-D. Must be top men experienced. Top wages, many benefits. Work in new modern shop. Send resume 10 Phil Runser, Service Manager, MILWAUKEE HARLEY-DAVIDSON, INC., 6312 W. Fond-Du-Lac Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53218. Worlds latest stock in new and used INDiAN PART C.O.D. mall order, parts and over-haulingmanuaIs-Sammie Pierce Indian, 119 E. Huntinglon, Monrovia, Calli. 90016. Telephone: (213) 447-4078 or 447-8430. ~-~ c~-~!-s!-no-n-s~ !l-re...... ~". 'l; New Dealers Wanted Call Nick at (213) 764-3674 HORSEPOWERl 12% increase for Yamaha DTl's. Step-by-step instructions to make your 250 run like a 360. No nr, w parts required. Send $3 .00 10 Ritz Distributing Company, Box 5201, Phoenix, Arizona 85010. YAMAHA 250 ENDURO Late '68 model, high-compression head, compression release, steel levers, etc. Cuslom bike, lots and lots of chrome, conditlo~better than new, very dependable, DESERT READY, Makeoffer.(714) 536-9614. RICKMAN Metisse - Unit Triumph 500cc Certants, 21" Akront front wheel with Rickman hub, Filtrons, much more, superb condition & very fast. Must sell $950.00. (213) 464-4944. FOR SALE: 1969 Triumph 25OCc. Like new, 750 miles, saddlebags $575.00. (213) 838-1090. '6& Maqy AND SIDECAR extras. Call (714) 922-2398. Z3I KAW SAKI 1968-3/4 fresh & fast. Many extras $525.00-best offer. (213) 790-6519. 16" SUPER- WIDE AKRONT RIMS FOR HARLEY-DAVIDSON I»L\G BIKES AND CHOPPERS. CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR NORTH AMERICAN IMPOR1S, p.O. BOX 621, GARDEN GROVE, CALIF. 92642. PHONE (714) 534-6390. THE PENTON DEALER We sell the best 125 built, and we can fix them right!! Orange County Cycle, 205 N. Harbor, Santa Ana, Calli. (714) 531-9984. Largest selection of Ya1-~~g;L_maha Enduros. Bluest Yamaha parts selection ALSO MAIL ORDER. 1689 La Cadena, Rive,· side, Cal. (714)686'8014 FOR SALE or trade: 1950 Ariel Square Four M/C. $2000.00 plus invested. Also many Bultaco parts; rods, seals, gaskets, pistons etc. All o.Tpartreasonable. Dennis at Paul's H.D. (213) ME 4-1222 or 869-9897. 1969 GREEVES Springer forks, chromed link & heavy shock springs (213) 8352238. 1966 SUZUKI X6 Hustler. Show room clean, 4000 street mi., must sell $325. or make offer. (213) 887-2152, (213) 775-7044. '68 MOTO BETA XC100, fast and reliable, race ready. (714) 987-2902. 1968 BULTACO BANDlOO 35OCcrebutlt, point ignition, all accessories $650.00. (213) 769-4978. Ci! folding footpegS & downpipes r ~ A CH .r "e'fl ~6 ~ss Sltecialist CB Motors 13537 Crenshaw BI vd. Hawthorne, Cal. (213) 619·6550 /~ BULTACO Sherpa S 200cc, 1969, 6 mo. old, Femsitronic, 1st overbore, release. (916) 753-7437 (~6). 1190011. Pica Blvd. II.L.A. (213) 477.0997 REMEMBER DEC. 28th 25% SAVINGS ON INSURANCE HONDA lJr OTHERS Dealer garage liability 15% savings on Dealer's bonds. JOHN W. MAYNARD INSURANCE, 3447 Motor Ave., Los Angeles, Calli. Phone: 836-5211. Crank/Rod .assemblies rebuilt. Buying junkers, wrecks, or basket Jobs. (213) 324-7327. PROTECT YOUR CYCLE WITH CHAIN THAT CAN'T BE CUT. Hardened steel chain and lock. Chain, 1/4" links, 5 ft., $4.50 PFd; heavy key lock, $5.90 PFd; both, $9.50 PFd. Box 223, Deerfield, Illlnois 60015. ,.;1#. ,fI..{'?' ~ \~ MOTon C ..::c A:::::o::t: 11624 E. Garvey· EI Monte. Cal. 91732 Ph~"e (213) 5793960 Men & Women's S~ec CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING All custom clothing, lor Christmas de· livery must be ordered bv November 15th ENDURO RIDERS...ATTENTION Newly formed California Enduro Rider Association (C.E.R.A.). Join now before January 1, 1970 for next year's Endurance runs and save $4.00 - also receive charter member benefits. Instruction booklet for new riders and younger riders. Free T-Shirt, etc. Four(4)additional Enduros next yearl by C.E.R.A. For more information and entry form write CERA, P.O. Box 2102, Cypress, Calif. 90630. NOW!!! jIflonttsa . SACHS· IHICATi 1I.....·elit" ~ ':'V"1f' 1M A ., guviu, lilt. ... SACHS 125 Cross Country. FtItron, Special Bars, Akront Rims, Special Gears, $450.00. (714) 892-5551. 1966 MONTESA LaCross 25OCc, 30 h,p., skid plate, B&.E cleaner, completely rebuilt engine, new top & lower end, new bearings and seals, 32mm amal concentric, completely desert ready $375.00 (213) 449- 8498. '!RlUMPH 1966 500cc. Cherry condition $750. (213) 455-1718. SOUTHBAY MOTORCYCLES Speedway lad MolOCrou Headqllne,... Late 1969 Model Jawa DT500, Class A, Speedway in Stock. !IJ .'i. Paerllt: (4.1.., N.y. R"..... St>>><:'II.C4l,f. (213) n9·3344 LEMON, I MEAN ORA-NGE CRATE '69 Montesa Molox. 4 sp., 1 hr. riding time on bike, sorry no mechanics with the sale, already used all of the 4 pistons. Approx. 210 miles on mach. in which 200 of these are in back of truck going back and forth 10 shop 10 be worked on, would rather switch than continuous overhaul, buyer must have lots of -. Y.R. Camp, 14311 Foster Rd., La Mirada. Cal. 90638. ~~ 1244 NO. GA"n ST. SAN "D.O, CAll', 90731 ttMON' '''7~2203 ' :Z 1969 YAMAHA 125 Motocross. FtItron, heavy duty front end, like new, 2 months old $450.00. (714) 892-5551. SPEEDWAY MACHINE $415.00 250Cc '!RI. "RICE" Frame, (136 lbs.) Gearing, Spares. Also 250Cc J.A.P. Engine, Spares, A-I condition, $200.00. F.L. RUSNAK, P.O. Box 712, Bellevue, WasIl. 98004. (200) GL 4-4501. 1966 PURSANG, new main bear1Dgs & seals, Akronts, extra gearing, mintcondit10n $475/offer. Steve (213) 446-0277. 1967 HONDA 450- wll1 take trade $495. (213) 785-0211. CREV. V8 powered, 1959, stude long bed, pick up $500.00. (213) 785-0211. MAINTENANCE Money. Ideal for a son with a worried father; it won't get out of sight. It interested in a D.N.F. Call after 5 p.m. 941-4416. 1968112 HUSKY 250cc Competition equipped, must sell $695.00. Ask for Rick, day 620-8096, ntgbts 242-7573, NYLON FACE GUARD Mounts easily 10 most helmets. Includes kit and instructions, dealers welcome. Warner's Box 61, La Mirada, Callt. 90638 BAILEY BROTHERS WILL CON· TINUE SPONSORING ASCOT MOTDCROSS With the growing interest in the sport of Motocross racing, Bailey Bros. Racing bas announced today that they will be schedullng more of these exciting events 10 be held at Ascot Park in Gardena, Cal., in the near future. For the last show, which was held at Ascot on Sunday, October 26th, more than 230 of the finest molo riders in the United State.s, took to the unique 7/8 mtIe course, proving just why this spinetingling sport commands so much worldwide spectator favor. Quite a few of the riders were not at all satisfied wi th the idea of competing in a single, divisional class; they felt that they had to buy into a "three group round-robin. In other words, instead of being ecstatic with the prospect of tearing ijlemselves and their machine ry inlo small bits during a thirty minute interval, they bad purchased the proposition that all men are NOT created equal. The big winners for the afternoon of physical combat, were Bryan Holcomb from Sunland, John Ruetc frpm Santee, and J.L. Siebrandt from Gardena; all Junior class entrants. In the Sentor division - the professional hotshoes - it was Jeff Creaser from Tujunga, Jim WUson from Torrance, who was the viclor in two separate classes, and the Japanese Motocross ace, Ktyomaru Kalo, who was making his final appearance in this country before returning 10 his homeland. Kato was mentioned in the context of a victor, not because he was able 10 win any of the events in which he was entered, but because he won the plaudits of the roaring crowd with an exhibition of sheer determinailon. Separate Crom his 'cycle on no less than six occasions, the Japanese champion sailed headfirst inlo a 3/8 lncb thick plank at the base of a retaln1ng wall, yet remounted and continued to press his opposition after the track ambulance crew resigned themselves to the fact that they weren't going to win any arguments with the young man from Tokyo. ,,, rr LISE -m /!!fIE A/Y """W;,v ,eoV7E!

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