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This 1969 Honda CT Trail 90 was given a complete restoration around 2006. The restorer rode the motorcycle long enough to ensure that all systems were working as designed then drained all fluids and mounted it in the window of his Arizona motorcycle restoration shop for display. The current seller purchased it in 2011 and moved it to the San Juan Islands of Washington where it won second place in the motorcycles division of the 2012 San Juan Islands Concours d’Elegance. Since then it has been ridden sparingly on paved roads during the summers, with a full winterization / dewinterization service performed annually. The bike is being offered at no reserve, and the seller is donating all proceeds from the sale to his local animal shelter.
The body work was performed by Joe Aragon, a motorcycle restoration specialist in Pueblo West, Colorado. The swing arm, luggage rack, battery box, center stand, and chain guard were sandblasted and powder coated satin black. The fork ears, front fender brackets, frame, and gas tank were refinished in “Meadow Green Metallic”, a 2000 Chevrolet pickup truck color, and the headlight bucket, down tube cover, and air box assembly were painted in Dupli-color silver. The bike has been ridden on-road only since the restoration and the paint remains clean and free of any notable defects.
The front seat foam was replaced and a custom double stitched vinyl seat cover was installed. A matching passenger seat pad was also custom built to match the front seat, and aftermarket shocks and springs were installed to allow for two-up riding. New Honda parts were sourced for the mirrors, hand grips, front and rear foot peg rubbers, rubber body plugs, and various grommets, bushings and washers. Most of the cables are no longer available from Honda so used cables were procured from eBay, cleaned and refurbished.
During the restoration a set of engine side covers from a 1975 CT90 were installed with new gaskets and seals. The muffler was stripped and painted with high temp black paint, and a cleaned and polished heat shield from a later model was installed. The dual range transmission with centrifugal clutch is in good working condition. A new chain was installed in 2009, and the carburetor was rebuilt in 2012. The engine oil is changed yearly, and all maintenance records are available since 2012.
New oversize IRC street tires in 3.00×17 were installed in 2011 with new tubes and rim strips. The rims were cleaned and polished with new Honda shoes, bearings and seals installed. The front end is from a 1970 Trail 90 and was disassembled and cleaned, with the lower fork tubes polished. The shock was refurbished with new fork seals, oil, and black rubber gaiters. The top triple clamp is from a 1978 Trail 90 which allows the handle bar position to be moved for transport on the rear of a RV.
An aftermarket solid state rectifier is installed and several eBay wiring harnesses were combined to complete a good working harness. All switches were cleaned or replaced with new bulbs installed. The horn and high beam work but the low beam is not working for some unknown reason. A six volt trickle charger is included.
The bike is sold on a clear Washington state title. The original 1969 Colorado license plate is included along with a shop manual. This nicely restored Honda is being sold at no reserve, with proceeds going to support a good cause.