Here’s the famous Clockwork Orange Monster Dirt Bike/Enduro.  Any bike that I list, I usually put it in the bobber/café category.  But this is a bike that I purposely built for myself at the beginning of this year.  In the one pic, you will see it with another bike.  That’s my son’s Kawasaki enduro.  I built my Kawasaki to spend time with him riding the fire roads out near where he lives in Clint, Texas.  Miles and miles of fire roads and clearings.  Nothing like scooting down the back roads at 70 miles an hour.  That’s as fast as I want to go.  Bike can do a whole lot more.  It’s a great place to ride.  That picture was taken about 2 months ago.  Haven’t really had time to get back there, so before the year is out I thought I would list it here on Ebay.  Since then, I recently installed blinkers, headlight, tail light and horn.  Also, front blinkers have the passing lamp option.  You know when someone is describing their bike and uses the phrases “turns heads”, “gets attention”, they’ve never seen this bike.  It is 110% in your face.  The few times I’ve taken it on the road, I think I’m starting to gain a small cult status here.  So if you’re into having as much fun as you can while going from point A to point B, you’re looking at it.  Small note, maybe of some interest.  Bike will be appearing in Renegade Custom Culture magazine.  They feature a lot of custom builds, cars and bikes. Particulars on the bike:  ’91 Kawasaki ZX600.  Definitely is in the race for the H/P Wars.  Lots and lots of new parts.  Pretty much every change that you are looking at done to the bike was a new part.  New battery, new electrics, new chain, new tires, new exhaust canisters, new seat, new handlebars, new throttle, new grips, new throttle cable, new number plates, new blinkers, new horn, new radiator shrouds, new universal starter switch, and front fork override springs.  Only the headlight is from a military vehicle.  As far as starter switch, turn key, just as you would start your car.  In the video, you will hear me turning the bike off and back on using the universal starter switch.  Extremely easy to use, but it’s also very fast, and with a bike that looks like this, if you’re a newbie and you purchase, just don’t think you’re Clint Eastwood and get in over your head.  Take it easy, use common sense because, really, with this bike it’s enough just to be seen on it.  You really don’t have to stunt your way for attention.


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Location: El Paso, Texas, United States