An evolution of the Harley-Davidson Pacer, the Scat was a dual-sport variant differentiated with some bolt on parts and some truly distinctive style. Look at that rear fender!
Post Sale Update: This XR650R sold for $5,550 after 52 bids on eBay in Layton, Utah. Also known as the Big Red Pig, Honda’s XR650R is a legend in desert racing and the Baja 1000. Even though it was killed off in 2008, the bike is still race competitive and it enjoys quite a cult following.
In the early 60’s, BSA’s race team was developing a large single in the hopes of winning the 500cc world motocross championship. A 441cc engine ended up being the ticket, which helped BSA capture the 500cc championship in ’64 and ’65. The following year, the company released the BSA 441 Victor Special to the public – and this one’s very …
The HP2 Enduro was the perfect bike for riders who thought the R1200GS was capable but too heavy. Thanks to a trellis frame and conventional telescopic forks, the HP2 saved 53 pounds of weight from the standard GS.
The TW200 has basically been the same since it was introduced in 1987 – there was a minor update in 2001 but even the 2021 model is still carbureted so it’s not like you’re missing out on much if you buy an old one compared to one in the dealership.
Introduced in 1976, the KE175 was the successor to Kawasaki’s popular F series, the last of which was the F7. Kawi split the model into the KD (competition) and the KE (enduro), and this one’s owned by an employee at Hagerty.
1981 was the last year of the Suzuki TS250, also known as the Savage. The year prior saw a complete cosmetic redesign with a headlight cowl and a box-section swingarm.
In 1972 and 1973, Honda embraced the tie dye movement with an optional set of paintwork called the Flying Dragon. It was available for the CL350 and CL450 – here’s one of the former.
Post Sale Update: This RMX sold for $3,220 after 31 bids on eBay in Little Rock, Arkansas. Sold between 1989-1998, the RMX250 was Suzuki’s enduro sibling to the RM250 motocrosser. Randy Hawkins had tremendous success with it in competition, winning five National Enduro titles with it before other manufacturers eventually caught up.
Post Sale Update: This KT250 sold for the BIN of $3,900 on eBay in American Fork, Utah. Kawasaki’s first production trials motorcycle the KT250 was a much rarer sibling of the KX250 motocrosser.
Post Sale Update: This TC90 sold for $1,475 after 51 bids on eBay in Mentor, Ohio. Also known as the “Blazer”, the TC90 was advertised by Suzuki as “built to take on the country” thanks to a dual-range transmission for 8 total gears.
Founded by Bert Greeves, the Greeves motorcycle company started when Bert was mowing his lawn and thought of mounting a lawnmower engine to the wheelchair of his disabled cousin to help with mobility. That led to a government contract, and Bert was inspired by his success to start building motorcycles as well. The company was quite successful with exports – …
Post Sale Update: this Hodaka sold for $1,504 after 37 bids on eBay in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Debuting in 1964, the Ace 90 was Hodaka’s first model. The company made it a priority to upgrade parts throughout production in a manner that allowed owners of older models to easily upgrade their bikes, as well. Between 1964-1970, Hodaka sold over 24,000 …
The TDM850 was a bit of an oddball that was about 15 years ahead of its time. A pavement-focused dual sport like the Ducati Multistrada or the BMW S1000XR, the TDM gave riders the ability to explore any paved road in comfort with the option to explore fire roads to their heart’s content. Unfortunately, not many riders in the US …
Post Sale Update: This SL175 sold for $6,753 after 43 bids on eBay in Mentor, Ohio. Built between 1970 and 1972, the SL was a street scrambler available in displacements from 70 to 350cc – though the styling was popular and has inspired a few larger customs like this “SL450” and this “SL750“