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. …
Also known as the Model 35, here’s a lovely restored example of the the Bultaco Mercurio 200.
Post Listing Update: The seller of this Bultaco lowered the opening bid – bidding died out at $3,150 with the reserve not met. One of the most desirable models from the Spanish company, the Bultaco Streaker was a beautiful little cafe racer that was only produced for 3 years. Rumors suggest that just 28 were imported into the US before …