Pontiac Fiero Trike

Yes, it’s based on a car, but the front end is off a bike (bonus points if you can figure out what it’s from, cause I can’t), so I’m considering this suitable enough to feature. For just $2,000, you too can have a homemade trike with the drivetrain of an automatic Fiero. Seems appropriate to post this on April Fool’s Day.

Don’t worry, there won’t be any other dumb posts on April Fools’ Day, for reasons laid out by John Oliver of Last Week Tonight:

Pontiac Fiero Trike - Right Side

Find this trike for sale here on Craigslist in Geneva, Nebraska for $2,000.

Rare in the US – 1988 Honda NSR250 MC18

The MC18 generation of the iconic Honda NSR250R was an all new design available either in “Fighting Red” or the “Terra Blue” that you see in front of you. Limited to 45 horsepower to follow Japan’s licensing laws of the time, the bike could easily be delimited so that you’d have access to all 63 horsepower. The MC18 was never officially imported to the US, making this a rare find. This example has 23,600 miles and is claimed to run well – plus it has an all new set of fairings and the tank has been repainted (original fairings included). For more information on the NSR250, check out this model history page on NSR World.

Find this Honda NSR250 for sale in West Linn, Oregon for $6,500 here on Craigslist.

2009 Ducati Sport1000S

The black Sport1000S was a one year only bike – 2009 only. The “S” was the same bike as the Sport1000, but with lower handlebars and the Paul Smart-style fairing. Ducati was just a little ahead of the times with this bike, and so although sales were initially poor, the resale values for them now are quite impressive (or depressing, if you’re looking to buy). Cycle World calls the SportClassic line a Best Used Bike, click here to find out why.

This example has 8,200 miles and is claimed to be in pristine condition. The fuel tank has been Caswell coated, and you’ll get a Spark exhaust, LED tail light and turn signals, and brown grips. Find this Ducati Sport1000S for sale in Austin, Texas with a BIN of $18,800 or best offer

78 Miles – 1996 KTM 620 RXC

Gotta love those 90s plastics. Here’s an beautiful example of a large KTM thumper. It has just 78 miles and is being offered with no reserve so it’s going to have a new owner. Note that the front brakes will “need to be serviced”, but this has got to be one of the lowest mileage examples of a 620 RXC you’ll ever see.

Find this KTM 620 RXC for sale in Anaheim, California with very active bidding up to $3,150