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SupeRDel:
The RD50 from 1974 - not seen in the UK. Also came as the RD60







The RD50







The RD80MX







The ultimate RD500LC V4 race replica....















ttjoey:
Hi, i noticed that you are one of the only people on the site that has actually mentioned the rd50. I"m glad your one of the ones that hasnt forgotten the bike. I"m 16 and currently ride one as my first bike and i can say i am very very please with it.



Please Write Back. Thanks Joe

SupeRDel:
And so you should - its a cracking little bike. Nearly all off us on this site are "old" so we have gone past the 50cc stage.

Alyn Vincent:
 
--- Quote from: SupeRDel --- And so you should - its a cracking little bike. Nearly all off us on this site are "old" so we have gone past the 50cc stage.
--- End quote ---


Define "OLD"! I am 56 but my father is 91! I learned to ride on a Bridgestone 100 Sport. My father learned to ride on a 1928 Douglas... I now have a Bridgestone 90 Deluxe plus several other "older" machine dating back to 1926 BUT I want an OLD bike; something about 1912 would be good. It is interesting riding bikes through the decades; you think an RD350 is fast then you hop on a 2001 Aprilia RS250 Replica & discover a new level of fast! Then get on a 1948 Black Shadow & fast means something entirely different.

rd-50stevie:
hi im correctly on restoring an rd 50 mx , i just wanted to know what it goes like ? and do u have any bits for one ?  thanks alot, steve

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