Back in the 70s, Honda had a tool called the Test Track available in some dealers – per Colin Miller, Honda’s On-Road Media Coordinator, it was “intended to safely teach non-riders how use the clutch, throttle and brakes. If you already know how to ride, the Test Track won’t teach you anything.”
Simple, cheap, and well-preserved: this small XR checks off a lot of boxes!
Per the seller, this combination of a ’74 frame and a ’73 engine was converted to a racer in the 1970s and retired from racing in the early 1980s. “The story is that this bike was raced in the AMA superbike series in the 1970’s. the previous owner found some markings and frame tags but unfortunately the evidence was lost …
Built to celebrate Ducati’s 90th anniversary, the 1299 Panigale S Anniversario was more than the gorgeous tri-colore paint scheme and gold metal pieces – it also introduced the EVO versions of Ducati’s Traction and Wheelie Control systems.
A brand new 2020 Kawasaki W800 Cafe will set you back $9,199, but a dealer in New Jersey’s got a leftover 2019 model that they’ll sell you for $6,599.
The 850 Commando in a crate from earlier this week got plenty of attention, but what if you want something you can ride? Here’s one that’s being offered with no reserve.
Over on the auction site we’ve got a limited edition Ducati that’s extra special because the seller is generously donating his proceeds from this sale to City Team Oakland, a nonprofit that compassionately serves the homeless and poor in need with hot meals, groceries, shelter, housing and restorative programs, learning and career help, and so much more!
The XS650 was quite a popular motorcycle – approximately 500,000 were built over a 13 year production run. When released, it was Yamaha’s biggest production bike and it was advanced for the time with unit construction for the engine and transmission, as well as a horizontally-split crankcase. It aped the styling of classic British twins but these Yammies developed a …
Introduced in 1965, the Suzuki K15 (also known as the Hillbilly) was a 2-stroker for the trail with features like a skid plate, luggage rack, and swappable sprockets. Basic specs were a dry weight of 155 pounds, and 7.3 horsepower from the 80cc single. Top speed with the trail sprocket was 38 miles per hour, and 60 mph with the …
Your eyes do not deceive you – this is a EX250-J (the generation between 2008–2012) that now has the 350cc two-stroke motor from a 1972 Kawasaki S2!
Considered by some to be the best 1000cc four-cylinder of its time, the GS1000 was based on the 750 but had many improvements – Cycle magazine called this bike the “best handling multi of all.”
Sensing that Honda was about to take over the motorcycle industry, Christian Vilaseca expanded his family’s GM automobile dealership by founding Japauto in 1966. Thanks to the success of the CB750, Japauto quickly became Europe’s largest motorcycle dealership. So when he decided to campaign in the 1970 Bol d’Or, he wanted to race with a bike bearing his companies name …
The Corbin company is best known for their seats, but they’ve also made luggage and even a three-wheeled EV! Today we’re focusing on a bodywork set created for the Harley-Davidson FXR. It was called the Warbird.
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Pannonia was a Hungarian motorcycle manufacturer that produced over a million bikes between 1954 and 1975 – in addition to a whole bunch of four wheelers. While their range of motorcycle engines included a boxer twin and a vertical twin, the most common motor they built was a two-stroke single as featured in this T5.