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Ending Soon – 1965 Bultaco Metralla 62

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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.

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1973 Bultaco Matador MK5 Six Days Edition

In Off-Road, Spain by AbhiLeave a Comment

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. …

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1978 Bultaco Streaker

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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 …

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1965 Moto Parilla 250

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This Moto Parilla 250 is ready for a new owner after spending a decade with the current owner. Utilizing Parilla’s high-cam 250 engine, the bike put down 23 horsepower through the 4 speed transmission, though this bike clearly has had some modifications from stock. Highlights include a custom Arias high comp piston, Probe Engineering ignition, Mikuni 32mm carb, and more. …

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1976 Bultaco Alpina

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Here’s a highly original Alpina 250 enduro – the seller calls it a 4 out of 5. It ‘runs perfect’ and has just 1,130 miles. Just make sure you’re comfortable kick-starting from the left side! Find this Bultaco Alpina for sale here on Craigslist in Chicago, Illinois for $3,000. This bike-uriousity brought to you by Bill K!

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1972 OSSA Pioneer 250

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A 250cc enduro from the Spanish firm OSSA, the Pioneer was impressive enough that a Cycle World staffer was so impressed with the test bike he got for a review that he ended up buying his own. Cycle World called it “one of the ruggedest bikes made” and one that was “happiest in the boondocks.”

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2000 Derbi GPR50

In Small Displacement, Spain, Sport by Abhi3 Comments

Post-Sale Update: This GPR50 sold for $1,599. Derbi is a small Spanish company that started as a little bicycle shop near Barcelona, Spain. In fact, the name Derbi itself refers to the company’s beginnings, as it’s an acroynm (in Spanish) for “Derivatives of Bicycles). Derbi ended up being the only major Spanish manufacturer to survive the country’s transition to democracy, …

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2006 Metrakit Pre-GP 125

In Race, Small Displacement, Spain by Abhi1 Comment

Looking for a purpose-built race bike for a young racer-to-be? Look no further than the Metrakit Pre-GP 125. Metrakit, a Spanish company that unfortunately went bankrupt (but still has a large presence in Australia), was well known for creating a series of tiny roadracers that were quite dominant in 50-80cc mini GP races across the world. In the mid 2000s, …

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1972 OSSA MAR

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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 …

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Consecutive Serials – 2 Bultaco El Tirons

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Post Listing Update: Despite 24 bids on eBay up to $4,051, these El Tirons did not meet reserve. The Bultaco (El) Tiron is a true rarity – it’s even been hard for me to find decent information on it. Despite that, a seller is offering two examples that have consecutive serial numbers, if that means anything to you.