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1966 Triumph Tiger T100 Chopper

In Custom, England by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This custom Triumph did not meet reserve despite 35 bids up to $9,000 on eBay. Starting as a Tiger T100, this chopper is adorned in a lovely shade of “Sangria”. For more on the base Tiger, check out this profile on Classic British Motorcycles – they call it “the hottest 500 on the market!”

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Original Owner – 1975 Triumph Trident T160

In England, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

The Trident T160 is one of motorcycling’s great “what ifs”. Its T150 predecessor debuted as a 1969 model to lots of excitement from Triumph fans who wanted to see how the British firm would fight back against Honda’s CB750. It did not go well. Classic British Motorcycles notes that the Trident was doomed by “the combination of bad timing (it …

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16 Restored T120s – 1962-1970 Triumph Bonnevilles

In England, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This collection of Bonnies did not meet reserve despite 33 bids up to $150,300 on eBay. A seller in the Bay Area is offering up a collection of “99+ point condition” restored Bonnevilles that have zero miles since the work was performed. It’s a staggering set of Triumphs in impressive shape – but how many people are …

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Restored – 1958 Ariel Cyclone

In England, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Cyclone did not meet reserve despite 25 bids up to $10,100 on eBay. A 650cc high-compression variant of the Huntmaster, the Ariel Cyclone was a very rare bike. It seems that the list of documented Cyclones is 174 over two years of production. Ariel called it their “Super Sports Twin”, thanks to a 40 horsepower engine …

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McCandless Swingarm Conversion – 1931 Norton International

In England, Race, Vintage by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This custom Norton did not meet reserve despite 28 bids up to $14,189.06 on eBay. 1931 was the first year for the Norton International, a motorcycle that would be produced for an impressive 26 years. This specific example (VIN: 3049256) is extra special as it’s got two significant modifications. The first is a McCandless swingarm conversion. Before …

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2014 Triumph Street Triple

In England, Sport by Mazlow PetosaLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Street Triple did not get any interest at the opening bid of $4,800. For many, naked bikes are the ultimate blend of performance and streetability. Meatier midrange and upright bars turned out to be a worth a couple of horses on the top end. However, the spotlight is often shown on the extremes. The Yamaha FZ-07 …

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1 of 25 – 1985 Can-Am 350 Trials

In America, England, Less than 5k, Off-Road by AbhiLeave a Comment

Bombardier Recreational Products created their motorcycle division (Can-Am) in 1973, but by 1980 they had decided that their resources were better spent in snowmobiles and jet skis. As detailed by Canned Ham, a deal was struck in which CCM/Armstrong took over production and Can-Am sold the machines. During this time, Can-Am experimented with some new models and they expanded into …

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2014 Norton Commando 961 SF

In England, Sport by Mazlow PetosaLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: This Commando sold for $11,000 after 2 bids on eBay. Norton has had a long history in racing, but their street bikes are best remembered currently as exactly that: historical pieces. Recently however, a large injection of cash has saved the brand and created the masterpiece Norton Commando 961. Available in several trims, the SF model featured …

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1938 Velocette GTP

In England, Vintage by AbhiLeave a Comment

The “Velocette” came about in 1913 as a way to differentiate 2-stroke models from the 4-strokes that Veloce making at the time. Company founders preferred the “ette” to the point that they the renamed the brand. No matter the name, the British firm earned a reputation of a fine builder of top-notch 2-strokers with clever technology such as a oil …