1982 Kreidler Florett Luxus 80L

Never officially imported to the US, the Kreidler Florett was a 80cc two-stroke that was available in multiple forms. This is the Luxus, which as you can probably guess, was the ‘luxury’ model. It came with a chrome tank (and other chrome parts), and a chin fairing. It was otherwise the same as the standard bike, which produced 8.5 horsepower through a 5-speed transmission. The bike weighed 230 pounds and was capable of 50 miles per hour.

Kreidler Florett Luxus 80L - Tank

This specific bike has just 4 miles and was acquired from a motorcycle dealer in Florida that just kept it in storage. The seller says that the bike is all original except for some new parts including the petcock, master cylinder, calipers, and brake line. It’s claimed to run and shift great though there is some surface rust. Put some new tires on it and enjoy!

Find this Kreidler Florett Luxus 80L for sale in Key Largo, Florida with an opening bid of $2,500

Note that this Kreidler Florett Luxus 80L is also available here on Craigslist for $2,500 in Key Largo, Florida.

Heavily Modified – 2007 BMW F800S

The BMW F800S was a very brief member of the BMW Motorrad lineup in the United States. Only sold from 2006-2007, it was notable for being the first BMWs to go with a belt drive. An upright parallel-twin developed by Rotax provided around 85 horsepower and earlier than expected torque, but the 360-degree firing order of the cylinders made this bike sound more like the R-series airheads. Continue reading Heavily Modified – 2007 BMW F800S

Flat-Track Racer – 1971 Norton Commando

Built with a NOS Trackmaster frame, this Norton Commando has been turned into a flat-tracker that’s competed in some amateur races. In addition to the 750cc Commando motor, this bike features Betor forks, Megacycle cams, Superblend bearings, Nissin brakes, Progressive shocks, Borrani wheels, and more.

Find this Commando flat-tracker for sale in Kansas for $7,000 here on ADVRider (registration required).

1949 Harley-Davidson WL45

With the current owner since 1952, this Harley-Davidson WL45 has a great patina thanks to extended storage in a barn, assuming you believe the ‘barn find’ story, especially considering it’s been with the same owner for so long. Still, the bike has recently had a complete tune-up including the installation of a new wiring harness and battery. It’s claimed to be ready to ride, and I love the cosmetic condition.

Harley-Davidson WL - Front Left

Find this WL for sale in Nampa, Idaho with bidding up to $12,100 and the reserve not yet met

Buy a Ural, Get a Royal Enfield Free

Well here’s a deal you don’t see very often. Raceway Ural/Royal Enfield of Salem, Oregon has a 2013 Royal Enfield C5 in Desert Storm that has been taking up floor space for over a year (or probably more) and they’re looking to get rid of it. Their oddball idea? Buy a brand new Ural Gear-Up in the sweet white Urban Camo paint scheme for $23,091 and they’ll throw in the $5,995 Enfield for free. I’m not sure if there’s actually anyone out there looking for both these bikes at the same time, but if you are…here’s the perfect deal!

Find this BOGO deal here on Craigslist in Salem, Oregon.

1976 Harley-Davidson FLH

This numbers-matching Shovelhead was a daily rider for the last couple of years, during which it got up to about 68,000 miles on the odometer. But it’s just had an engine rebuild and is ready for a new owner. Extras include a S&S Super E carb and 10-spoke Hallcraft wheels. I vote you dump the handlebars for some stockers and then enjoy a solid example of a classic Harley.

Find this Shovelhead for sale here on ADVRider (registration required) for $5,500 in Southern Illinois.

2000 Derbi GPR50

Derbi is a small Spanish company that started as a little bicycle shop near Barcelona, Spain. In fact, the name Derbi itself refers to the company’s beginnings, as it’s an acroynm (in Spanish) for “Derivatives of Bicycles). Derbi ended up being the only major Spanish manufacturer to survive the country’s transition to democracy, and they plugged along until 2001 when they were bought by Piaggio. Continue reading 2000 Derbi GPR50