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Never Titled – 1973 BSA B50MX

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BSA made 3 different versions of the B50 – you can probably guess what the B50MX was for. It was offered starting in 1971 for off-road competition, but within a couple of years BSA was dead and some remaining stock was sold off as the Triumph TR5MX. Expect 34 horsepower out of the out of the 499cc single, to motivate …

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New In Crate In Canada – 2007 Honda CR250R

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10-28-2019 Update: When this bike was last offered for sale 13 months ago, the seller said he’d keep it for five years before selling it again. Looks like that isn’t the case…so you can find this CR for sale with a BIN of approximately $15,308 here on eBay. Post Listing Update: This Honda did not meet reserve despite 20 bids …

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NOS Tank – 1986 Honda Z50RD

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Post Sale Update: This Christmas Special sold for $8,017 after 54 bids on eBay in Ararat, North Carolina. Considered by some as the ultimate Honda Z50, the “Christmas Special” was a limited edition that officially had the model name of “Z50RD” – the D was for “Dealer”. Honda gave two examples to each of their top dealers, though some called …

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Race History – 1966 BSA A50 Wasp

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Post Listing Update: Bidding got up to $6,001.98 before this Wasp was pulled off of eBay. Previously raced by Bobby Winters, this is a BSA Wasp drivetrain in a Ken Swanson dirt track frame. It has since been ‘completely rebuilt using NOS parts’ and is in display mode – if you want to ride it again, you’ll be breaking in …

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Never Run – 1970 Sprite 405 Talon

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Founded by Frank Hipkin in the mid ’60s, Sprite Motor Cycles (later known as Sprite Developments) as a small British off-road motorcycle company that built trials bikes and scramblers, usually as a kit. One of their bigger efforts was the 405 Talon, and it was exported to several countries under different names: the BVM 405 in Belgium, Alron 405 in …