Honda CB77 - Left Side

1965 Honda CB77

Here’s a lovely Superhawk that was restored last year. The motor’s had some work done, including a new top end, and the frame, swingarm, and center stand were powdercoated. I’d prefer the original seat, but the seller’s folder full of receipts should be helpful in maintaining peace of mind.

Find this CB77 for sale here on Craigslist in Ellicott City, Maryland.

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Red Ducati Sport 1000S - Front Left

Fully Faired – 2007 Ducati Sport 1000S

Take one Ducati Sport 1000S, add the full front fairing and you’ve got yourself a beauty in red. This example (VIN: ZDM1WABP87B008711) has 7,418 miles and is obviously equipped with the very rare lower fairings. It also comes with the original fairings, but who cares? You may never take the current ones off. This bike also has a Termignoni exhaust and all paperwork from new, including the original invoice. The only flaw is a scuffed area under the left muffler. This bike is a little too red for me, but I can’t deny how good looking it is.

Find this Ducati Sport 1000S for sale in Edmond, Oklahoma with a BIN of $13,850 or best offer

Rickman Montesa 250VR - Left Side

1974 Rickman Montesa 250VR

Did you see the blue Rickmans from last week and think to yourself, I really would prefer a Montesa 250cc engine?

Well, you’re in luck. The 250VR motor was highly competitive in its day, and most people felt that the Rickman frame was an extensive upgrade. Put them together and you’ve got a great set of wheels.

This example runs great and has a new set of crank seals. The side covers and tail are NOS, and the tank and front fender were painted to match. Find it for sale here on Craigslist in Florence, Montana for $1,995.

Moto Morini 350 Strada - Left Side

1980 Moto Morini 350 Strada

The Moto Morini 3 1 / 2 is one of my favorite bikes from the 1970s. Expensive when it was released (the price point was comparative to bikes with twice the engine size), it was an incredible handler that was also capable of the ton. I’m still constantly surprised with how little attention the 3/2 gets, but I’m not surprised with the passion of the cult following this bike has accumulated. Today’s featured bike is a Moto Morini 350 Strada, the more civilized, touring-oriented brother of the 3 1/2 Sport. Continue reading