Today on the auction site we’ve got a RSV Mille R for those of you that like yellow.
At first glance, it’d be fair to assume that today’s auction bike is the CBR600F3 that Honda offered with a Smokin’ Joe’s livery as a tribute to Miguel Duhamel’s race bike. But look closely and you’ll see that things aren’t what they seem!
Ending soon on the auction site is a Triumph Daytona 675R that would make a hell of a track day tool or canyon carver.
The V11 Sport is already a rare motorcycle, but the Moto Guzzi V11 Sport Rosso Mandello takes it one step further. Just 300 examples of this limited edition were built (to celebrate 80 years of Guzzi motorcycle production), with lots of carbon fiber, a different clutch, and its exclusivity advertised right on the sidecover.
Offered by the third owner, this Ducati 900SS has a race history that includes a 3rd place finish at the 1980 24 Hours of Nelson Ledges.
The Krauser name is best known for luggage, but in the early 80s Mike Krauser decided that he wanted to build a world-beating road bike. He started with his favorite road bike at the time, a BMW R100S, and then developed an incredible frame around the motor. The result was dubbed the Krauser MKM 1000, and it was a well-built …
1977 MV Agusta 750S AmericaView Post
At the end of 2002, Kawasaki installed a cheater 636 motor in the ZX-6R. The extra displacement was great for the majority of riders as they spent most of their time on the street and not on the track. But for the limited few that wanted to compete and had to stick under a 600cc displacement limit, the 599cc double …
Lots of people are excited about the new parallel-twin-powered bikes from Royal Enfield, but back in the company’s heyday the p-twin of record was the Super Meteor. It was introduced in the early 50s because the US market wanted bigger engines – RE responded with a 692cc OHV twin that was basically two Bullet 350 pistons in a stretched 500cc …
One of the first models of the Commando was the Fastback, and it was one of the most popular variants in America and England.
In 1999, Ducati released a special edition of the Monster. They called it the Cromo, and it was obviously named due to the distinctive tank, which was complemented by a carbon fiber rear seat cover and rear fender. It also got adjustable front forks and the high-po 74 horsepower engine.
Today on the auction site we’ve got a classic Honda that needs a new home.
The CBR900RR was a game changer for motorcycles when it was introduced in the early 90s. Honda released the 4th generation in 1998, but that coincided with Yamaha’s generational leap of the R1. Still, the Honda had earned itself a loyal following, and this example is a treat thanks to the Erion Racing-inspired livery.
Back in 2016, the design director of Icon Motosports created an interesting custom based on the 750 Gixxer. It was named “Major Tom”, and now it’s up for sale.
As if the design of the MV Agusta F4 1000 R wasn’t cool enough, this bike has an ample amount of carbon fiber bodywork!