Equipped with a 412cc big bore kit from Hi-Per-Kinetics in Paramount, California, this gorgeous Honda is eligible for AHRMA vintage MX events. I’m in love.
Today on Iconic Motorbike Auctions Powered by Bike-urious, we’re going with a collectible. The Paul Smart is already a cult classic that’s arguably better to look at than to ride…and this one has just 194 miles.
The story of Panther originates with Phelon & Moore, a motorcycle manufacturer out of Yorkshire, England. Founded in 1904 (and eventually acquired in 1967), P&M launched the Panther brand in 1924 and stopped putting their own name on bikes at the end of the 20s. They’re best known for the Model 100 and 120, but there was also a series …
We’ve got our first dirt bike on Iconic Motorbike Auctions Powered by Bike-urious, courtesy of Bike-urious reader Mike P!
In 2017, Ducati finally revealed the new Panigale V4 at EICMA. But the star of the show was a limited-edition variant of the new supersport, the Panigale V4 Speciale. Just 1,500 examples were built, but that wasn’t the most important number. Thanks to an Akrapovic titanium exhaust, the V4’s hp figure got bumped up by 12 to 226.
Another day, another bike on Iconic Motorbike Auctions Powered by Bike-urious! This time we’ve got a beautiful example of Honda’s “Duck Killer”, the RC51.
Last week, I featured an Aprilia RS50 with a Honda NX250 motor for $6,000. Let’s keep the brands the same, but dream a little bigger (and only for a grand more!
The brainchild of David Edmonson, High Mileage Vehicles (HMV) sold about 700 units of the “Freeway”, a three-wheeled oddity that just barely qualifies as a motorcycle. It’s a stretch, but I can’t help myself when it comes to sharing oddballs with you.
Introduced in 1987, the 851 made Ducati relevant in motorcycle racing again. It featured fuel injection, liquid cooling, and desmo 4V heads.
The seller of this RZ350 calls this one-of-a-kind thanks to several modifications that include a R1 front suspension, RGV250 swingarm, and replica bodywork from a YZR500 GP race bike. What do you think about it?
Of all the Japanese turbo wonder bikes of the 80s, Suzuki’s effort was the rarest. Just 1,153 examples of the XN85 Turbo were built, and it had the distinction of being the first production motorcycle with a 16″ front wheel. When paired with the Full Floater rear suspension, that resulted in a machine that Motorcyclist magazine described as such: “Nothing …
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8-4-19 Update: 18 months later, Rod M notes that this bike is back up for sale. It’s a bit suspicious that the photos are screengrabs, but the asking price is down from $6,100 to $3,400 and the seller claims that it was recently serviced with a new crankshaft. Find it for sale here on Craigslist. Founded in 1925, Motoconfort was …
Built by France’s Dab Motors, this official Yamaha Yard Built commission, named “Alter”, was created using an array of trick cutting edge technologies and materials. Starting with a 2018 XSR900, Dab rid the Yamaha of its stock bodywork and subframe before designing a new aluminum unit made through a fancy 3D printing process known as laser beam melting. The same …
After sitting in storage for half a decade, this Norton-powered flat tracker is now a runner again.