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1977 Custom Pro Street Chopper Project

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Here’s a custom pro street chopper powered by the V8 (with matching transmission) from a ’73 Ford Fairlane. This specific bike (VIN: NY12198) is a homebuilt bike sold by Custom John’s Choppers and Painting of Anaheim, California. Later on, the axle was replaced with a Jaguar unit. You’ll get all the paperwork and receipts, but this trike has not seen …

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1990 Honda Caren

In 3 Wheels, Japan by Abhi1 Comment

It’s hard to tell, but there’s actually a scooter in there. A scooter you might recognize as the Honda Express, with a 50cc engine putting down all of 3.8 horsepower. Honda created a very unsuccessful three-wheeler by putting a fiberglass body around the scooter, and called their creation the Honda Caren.

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Great Deal – 2013 Suzuki V-Strom 650 with Sidecar

In 3 Wheels, Japan by Abhi2 Comments

I sometimes wonder if I’m best serving you by showing you incredible bikes with giant pricetags, or more mundane bikes that are great buys. I still don’t know what the correct answer is, so for now you’re stuck getting a little bit of both. Here’s one of the latter – a Suzuki V-Strom 650 with matching DMC M72D Sidecar. The …

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“Bike” Review – Morgan 3 Wheeler

In 3 Wheels, England, Reviews by Abhi6 Comments

First things first: If you’ve been reading Bike-urious for a while, you’ll know that this is my first vehicle review (and also the most I’ve used the word “first” in a sentence). I apologize in advance – this probably won’t be what you expect from a review, as I don’t have a big budget or fancy equipment. I just have …

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Go Anywhere – 1942 Zundapp KS750 Sidecar

In 3 Wheels, Germany by Abhi3 Comments

Post-Listing Update: Despite 18 bids up to $30,100, this Zundapp KS750 Sidecar did not meet reserve on eBay. The Zundapp KS750 was built for the Wehrmacht to go anywhere. Thanks to cylinders that were angled up 5 degrees for additional ground clearance, as well as a 10 speed gearbox, the claim was almost possible.

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4 Seater – 1938 Bohmerland Lang Touren

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Post-Listing Update: Thought it was relisted, this Bohmerland did not get any action at $79,000. I’m the first one to admit I do not know enough about this bike, but just look at it! Bohmerland was a Czechoslovakian firm that built bikes between ’24 and ’39, so this would be one of the last ones they built. All of their …

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2005 Ural Troyka

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One of the best parts of running this site is discovering bikes I had never even heard about before. Reader Jim R. comes through with yet another one with this Ural Troyka, a variant of the tourist that gives a little more luxury with telescopic forks and a “deluxe sidecar” designed to provide “the utmost of comfort…on unhurried scenic rides”, …

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1964 BMW R69S with Steib Sidecar

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You guys seem to love the classic BMW’s, so let me feed your appetite with this beautiful R69S that comes with a Steib sidecar. It’s original and unrestored and has just 11,000 miles on the odometer. The seller includes a video of the bike running, and considers the paint quality to be a 7. Find this BMW R69S with Steib …

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1975 Rupp Centaur

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Post-Sale Update: This Rupp Centaur sold for the BIN of $3,500. Founded in 1959, Rupp Manufacturing started out as a kart manufacturer in Mansfeld, Ohio. Within 10 years, they had grown to a 400-employee shop pumping out mini-bikes, go-karts, snowmobiles, and a 3-wheeler appropriately named the Rupp Centaur.