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1 of 300 – 2005 MV Agusta F4 1000 Ago

In Italy, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

5-31-20 Update: Four years later, this bike is back on the market with a new owner. Find it in Grover Beach, California for a slightly higher price of $12,500 (and a leaking oil pan gasket) here on ADVRider. From the seller of Wednesday’s F3 Ago comes the bigger brother F4 Ago from over a decade ago. Unlike the F3 variant …

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1968 Solex Micron

In France, Scooter by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Solex did not get any interest at the opening bid of $3,900 on eBay. I’ve featured a few two-wheelers from the French manufacturer Solex over the years, but this is the first example I’ve seen of the Micron, their smallest creation.

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1974 Rokon RT340

In America, Dual-Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: this Rokon sold for the opening bid of $2,600 on eBay in Greenville, Michigan. The Rokon RT340 was a rare ‘one-wheel’ drive bike featuring an automatic transmission from the company best known for making the go-anywhere Trailbreaker. Because of the transmission, you might suspect it was geared (no pun intended) towards beginners who wanted to learn in …

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1986 Moto Guzzi Lario V65

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Post Sale Update: This Lario sold for $2,125 after 10 bids on eBay in Beverly, Massachusetts. The Moto Guzzi Lario V65 was almost like a baby LeMans, but it was one of the fastest pushrod 650cc bikes ever built. Capable of nearly 125mph, it at one point broke multiple Land Speed Records, and the distinctive bodywork made this MG stand …

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Cooley Clone – 1978 Suzuki GS1000E Custom

In Custom, Japan, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

Suzuki never officially called the GS1000S a Wes Cooley replica – that name was affectionately gifted by riders. Just 1,200 were imported between 1979-1980, meaning they’re hard to find and fairly valuable. Consider this a replica of a replica, as it’s a stock GS1000E that’s been given an aftermarket fairing and a paint job to look like the Wes Cooley …