This beautiful Mercurio has just 5,705 miles and is claimed to be in exceptional mechanical condition, thanks to a restoration 15 yeas ago and time in a private collection since.
The OSSA MAR (Mick Andrews Replica) was built after OSSA hired the English rider to design and ride a new trials bike – he went on to win two consecutive European Trials Championships and three consecutive Scottish Six Days Trials with it. In 1973, Andrews moved to Yamaha, but OSSA kept producing this bike into the late 70s and it …
After the success of the Sherpa T, Bultaco released the Alpina 250, a bike specifically built for enduro riders. After 3 years, Bultaco offered a more powerful 350 variant, which you see in front of you.
Doesn’t that picture make you want to get dirty? Well, this OSSA Pioneer would be a great bike to get started with.
1965 Montesa Impala Short Track RacerView Post
Montesa called their 250cc Scorpion a “Street Scrambler”, a dual-purpose bike that was more oriented for pavement – capable of freeway speeds but capable of ‘moto-cross handling’.
Post-Sale Update: This OSSA Six Days Replica sold for the BIN of $2,250. The OSSA Six Days Replica was called a “replica of the factory prepared machines that have been consistent gold medal winners in this annual event” – of course referring to the International Six Days Trial.
In production since 1998, the Derbi Senda is a 50cc or 80cc (this one’s the latter) motorcycle that was barely brought into the US. This is basically a tiny supermoto with excellent components – 6 speed transmission, liquid cooling, and a top speed over 50 miles per hour. This example has 1,250 miles and…that’s pretty much all the info provided. …
Post Listing Update: Despite 7 bids up to $5,600, this Phantom did not meet reserve. Claimed by some to the best MX bike that OSSA built, the Phantom was a 250cc bike that weighed under 200 pounds wet and featured the latest technology of the time – this rare MXer is ready to be the centerpiece of your vintage off-road …
1967 Bultaco MetrallaView Post
Built by Macco Motors, this custom Honda Nighthawk 750 was turned into “Spitfire 09”.
The brainchild of David Gonzalex, Ad Hoc Cafe Racers have built a series of cool customs. This is the 8th one, based on a Yamaha XJ650.
The first generation of the famous Metralla, the ’62’ had a 200cc engine, 4 speed transmission, and a single leading shoe front brake. The Mk2 was arguably bigger/better in every way, but the first generation bikes are so rare that they still command impressive prices, and Bultaco fans seem to love them.
Post-Sale Update: This Ducati/Mototrans sold for $1,801 after 25 bids on eBay. This bike, affectionately known as “Bone Crusher”, has served as an ice racer for the last 6 years. It started life as a MotoTrans 350, which was a Spanish badge-engineered Ducati – check out BikeEXIF for another example of a MotoTrans.
Produced between ’73-’75 the Mk5 model of the Bultaco Matador was not a common bike. Here’s an even rarer example, as it’s the Six Days Edition. Powered by a two-stroke 250cc engine, this bike qualifies for Vintage racing under AHRMA if you’d be so inclined, or maybe you just want to hit up a trail and reminisce a little bit. …