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2003 Derbi Senda Supermotard

In Dual-Sport, Less than 5k, Spain by AbhiLeave a Comment

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. …

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$1,500 – 1992 Suzuki VX800

In Japan, Less than 5k, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

The Suzuki VX800 is an interesting cult bike that was discontinued in the US after 3 years after disappointing sales, though the European market saw production run from 1990-1997. A classic looking naked bike, it had comfortable steering geometry and a torquey engine that helped make this bike a fantastic all-arounder, despite its 500+ pound curb weight.

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Ending Soon – Gilera 175 Turismo

In Italy, Less than 5k, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

This Gilera has been with the current owner for 6 years, who bought it with the intention of running it in the California Moto Giro. Unfortunately, that’s never happened, though the bike is claimed to run well and have new tires, wheels, spokes, and rubber pegs. The paint is original and the bike has 6,252 miles – here’s your chance …

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Rotary Project – 1975 Suzuki RE5

In Japan, Less than 5k, Standard by Abhi1 Comment

Nowadays, mention of a rotary engine usually makes gearheads think of the Mazda RX-7 and RX-8, but in the 70’s all four major Japanese motorcycle companies were at least in the prototype stage. Suzuki was the only Japanese company to bring a rotary into production, though it was for just two years. Between the two years of production, the ’75 …

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The Big One – 1994 Honda CB1000

In Japan, Less than 5k, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

Affectionately known as the Big One, the Honda CB1000 was produced for just two years as a bike that stood out in a world of superbike replicas with acres of plastic bodywork. The slightly detuned engine didn’t help sales, and Americans weren’t ready for standards – the CB1000 ended up as a poorly-known cult classic.

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1998 Laverda Ghost Strike 668

In Italy, Less than 5k, Sport by Abhi4 Comments

Talk about a fantastic name for a motorcycle. The Laverda Ghost Strike is one of the many variants the Italian firm pushed out in the late 90s that were powered by either the 650 or 668cc parallel twins. Laverda actually offered a Ghost and a Strike as separate models, the former a trellis-framed naked bike, the latter a perimeter-framed naked. …