does anybody here know what ever happened to Tim Hart .. didn't he start a car / home audio speaker ... business with his brother at one point ?
He's a longshoreman in Long Beach.
is my memory correct about the speakers ?
[quote="FishBone":baa8d]is my memory correct about the speakers ?[/quote:baa8d]
Is that what those were? I thought they were balloons. Late
My wife calls you guys the Yahoos.
I don't remember him being that tall sondra...muwhahahahaha
I always think of Tim Hart as a Montesa rider. Orange bike, orange full face helmet (in the Jofa era no less). He's on a Maico in this pic so I conjecture it's post Montesa, pre Yamaha days.
[quote="BobbyM":3b1c8]I don't remember him being that tall sondra...muwhahahahaha[/quote:3b1c8]
bobby do you still talk to tim ?
I ran that same helmet set-up, even with the same tape job. 100cc novice days on my MX90 Yamaha.
Billy payne used to run it too...
Some of these posts are like reading closed caption on the cartoon channel...
Speaking of Tim Hart on A Montessa, here he is !!
The older I get, the faster I was
Most people don't remember (or didn't know) that Tim Hart, Gary Chaplain, and Gary Bailey were all on a team together in 1973. They rode Bultacos and had some cool-ass red white and blue gear. The leathers were blue on one leg and red on the other. I got pics from Daytona somewhere.
The best 14 years of my life were traveling with my son racing motocross
bobby do you still talk to tim ?[/quote:5abec]
Who cares about Tim...Did you ever check out his sister? Super Hot !!
[quote="SE7ENMX":01871]I ran that same helmet set-up, even with the same tape job. 100cc novice days on my MX90 Yamaha.[/quote:01871]Those Yamaha MX90's are very rare bikes. I found an all original one after looking for about 10 yrs. They only made them one year, 1971.
Thats my first mx bike. Yellow tank, black pinstripe. Chrome shocks, metal fenders. I was full moto. Rode in a Suzuki jersey, cause I liked DeCoster. I would love to see a restored one.
I will try to find a nice photo of mine. It even has the original tires. I heard from Don Jones that they were real fast. He actually had a works one at one time.
Thanks. I would be stoked to check it out. Mine was fun. In 1971, the comp was Honda SL 100's, Hodaka's, the Yamaha was a holeshot machine. Won my first trophy with that ride. See if you can find a pic of the 90.
I have a disk of photos somewhere that I took of it when I brought it home. I found the bike in South Dakota. A farmer bought it new to heard his cattle with. Hahaha
That picture is Billy Payne. Not the best way to route your front break cable.
That picture is Billy Payne. Not the best way to route your front break cable.[/quote:1a0d9]
Could be. I don't remember Tim on Maico's myself. Hey that brake cable routing is highly effective in making sure your number plate doesn't fall off . . . entirely.