Today on the auction site we’ve got our first lot with multiple bikes – and they’re all recent “R” bikes from Ducati!
First unveiled in 1994 at the Cologne Motorcycle Show, the Bimota BB1 Supermono marked two firsts for the boutique Italian marque: their first BMW-powered model and their first bike to feature a single-cylinder engine. Though best known for its use in BMW’s F650 “Funduro”, the liquid-cooled, 652cc, four-stroke single in the BB1 (or Bimota BMW 1) was actually produced by …
Team Charlotte Motorsports in Charlotte, North Carolina has a 2016 Griso that’s been sitting on the dealer floor since new. Because of that, they’re willing to cut the original price of $12,990 down to $7,999, and that makes this new Griso a steal.
In 2012, MV Agusta shook things up with a new triple-based sportbike with a price that Motorcycle.com called ‘almost affordable.’ Despite the cheap-for-MV pricing, the F3 offered electronic features that the F4 lacked and a more reasonable riding position for the street.
Today on the auction site we’ve got a Ducati Paso 906 that’s been sitting for a bit.
Thought it started as a Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica, this Ducati has gone through a “ground up restoration and custom build” and “has been extensively modified to build a high performance NCR Replica.” How do you think it ended up?
Presumably based on a 160 Monza, this lithe Ducati was converted into a little trials runabout.
Today on the auction site we’ve got a RSV Mille R for those of you that like yellow.
Post Listing Update: This Rosso Mandello did not meet reserve despite 9 bids up to $5,600 on eBay in Oakland, California. The V11 Sport is already a rare motorcycle, but the Moto Guzzi V11 Sport Rosso Mandello takes it one step further. Just 300 examples of this limited edition were built (to celebrate 80 years of Guzzi motorcycle production), with …
Offered by the third owner, this Ducati 900SS has a race history that includes a 3rd place finish at the 1980 24 Hours of Nelson Ledges.
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Cosmopolitan Motors of Hatboro, Pennsylvania closed down earlier this decade, but for a while they had claim to the title of America’s oldest motorcycle distributor. Back in their heyday you could stop by and find bikes from a wide range of smaller Italian manufacturers – many Parillas, Benellis, Capriolos, Garellis, Betas, (and more) featured here on Bike-urious were originally sold …
Post Listing Update: This Radical Guzzi did not get any interest at the BIN of $39,900. Sadly, there’s not a V12 in this bike. But the idea of more “oomph” is still the prevalent concept. The owner of Radical Guzzi (Stefan Bronold) was approached by a customer that wanted a custom V7 with more power. Stefan’s response was to easily …
In 1999, Ducati released a special edition of the Monster. They called it the Cromo, and it was obviously named due to the distinctive tank, which was complemented by a carbon fiber rear seat cover and rear fender. It also got adjustable front forks and the high-po 74 horsepower engine.
UPDATE: This bike has already been removed off of Craigslist, sorry! The previous owner has done a whole bunch of work on this Guzzi so that you can now enjoy it for years to come.