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New In Crate In Canada – 2007 Honda CR250R

In Japan, Off-Road by AbhiLeave a Comment

10-28-2019 Update: When this bike was last offered for sale 13 months ago, the seller said he’d keep it for five years before selling it again. Looks like that isn’t the case…so you can find this CR for sale with a BIN of approximately $15,308 here on eBay. Post Listing Update: This Honda did not meet reserve despite 20 bids …

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New Auction Bike – 2002 Mondial Piega

In Italy, Japan, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: This Piega sold for $20,437 on Iconic Motorbike Auctions in Marina del Rey, California. It’s been a little while since I’ve hit you with something from the new auction site, but there’s a few awesome ones that I want to alert you to this week. First we’ve got one of my favorite sportbikes of all time – …

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1971 Honda CB750

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Post Sale Update: This CB750 sold for $6,300 after 52 bids on eBay in Santa Cruz, California. I’ve featured several of Sam Ujeni’s bikes over the years as his work is very impressive – you may remember his restored CB750 that won Best in Show at this year’s Quail Motorcycle Gathering. Today’s bike isn’t pristine, but it would make an …

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145 Miles – 1982 Suzuki GS550M Katana

In Japan, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: This Katana sold for $2,746 after 24 bids on eBay in Matthews, North Carolina. Arguably a restyle of the GS550, the middleweight Katana had many of the styling cues of its bigger brothers, except the most important one! The headlight was a solitary circle sticking out into the wind, instead of a square in the distinctive angular …

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NOS Tank – 1986 Honda Z50RD

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

Post Sale Update: This Christmas Special sold for $8,017 after 54 bids on eBay in Ararat, North Carolina. Considered by some as the ultimate Honda Z50, the “Christmas Special” was a limited edition that officially had the model name of “Z50RD” – the D was for “Dealer”. Honda gave two examples to each of their top dealers, though some called …

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336 Miles – 1976 Kawasaki KZ900

In Japan, Sport by Jeffrey PamerLeave a Comment

When Honda released the CB750, a lot changed. The entire motorcycling world, and industry had to take a deep breath and adjust. Some manufacturers took longer to do so than others. Some downplayed the tectonic shift that the new Honda was, and those who did either barely, or didn’t survive. Adapt or die.