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1994 Honda Cub EZ90

In Japan, Off-Road, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

The Honda Cub EZ90 was a quirky flashback to the days of “you meet the nicest people on a Honda.” Designed to make motorcycles more friendly, the Honda EZ90 hid all of its mechanicals inside the futuristic plastic bodywork, and it even offered an electric start in addition to the kicker. Sold between ’91 and ’96 for off-road use only, …

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#100 – 1969 Bultaco Lobito 100

In Off-Road, Small Displacement, Spain by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Lobito did not get any interest at the opening ask of $4,500. Bultaco’s “Little Wolf”, the Lobito was available in a variety of displacements over the years. The tiniest of the offerings was the 10 horsepower, 2-stroke 100cc, and today we’ve got a restored example that appropriately happens to be the 100th example ever built.

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Zuma-Powered, Composimo-Built – Custom Honda Ruckus

In Custom, Japan, Small Displacement by Tim HuberLeave a Comment

At any given point you can find dozens of custom Honda Ruckus examples floating around on Craigslist and eBay. Extended swing-arm conversions and bespoke paint jobs are pretty run of the mill modifications and I’ve never given much thought or attention to bespoke Ruckus examples, but today’s thoroughly modified build is a different story altogether.

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Van Tech Racer – 1969 Yamaha AS1C

In America, Japan, Race, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: This Van Tech sold for $6,300 after 22 bids on eBay. Van Tech was one of America’s first dirt bike manufacturers, though the company did not build complete bikes. Instead, the brain child of Bill Van Tichelt built frames for small-displacement Japanese motors like the Honda S90, Kawi 100/120, and Bridgestone 90/100. There were two main advantages …

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3 Rare Honda Z50s

In Japan, Off-Road, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Updates: The Chrome Edition did not meet reserve despite 32 bids up to $4,900. The other two were pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown. While Honda’s Z50 was fairly common, there are a few rare models. A seller in Coventry, Rhode Island has 3 of them, and they all look fantastic. Which would you choose?