Built by Orange County Choppers and featured on season 3, episode 6 of the show American Chopper, this is one of two bikes created for National Biodiesel Day back in 2012.
Equipped with an absurd amount of Ducati Performance and aftermarket parts, this is a well-modified example of the final air-cooled generation of Monsters.
I’m just about to land in Vegas – hopefully I’ll see you at the Mecum auction on Saturday? If you’re not able to make it, don’t forget that you can watch the auctions live online!
Post Listing Update: This SFC did not get any interest at the BIN of $58,000. One of the most famous motorcycles to ever come out of Italy, the Laverda SFC was a half-faired beauty built for competition. SFC stood for Super Freni Competizione, or “Super Brakes Competition.” The brakes weren’t the only thing that were super – the engine got …
Congratulations to Peter Tanshanomi, who was the first to identify that this orange piece of plastic fires up the mighty heart inside of a Bimota Tesi 1D.
One of Japan’s first motorcycle manufacturers, Meguro’s first bike was a 500cc machine created in 1937. They specialized in four-stroke machines, and the “S” lineup had the S1 – 500cc, S2 – 350cc, and the S3 (also called the Junior) used a 250cc.
Congratulations to RoadRash, who was the first to identify that this fancy windscreen was an option for the Bimota SB8R!
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Post Sale Update: This Tohatsu sold for the BIN of $3,000 on eBay in Maple Valley, Washington. Founded in 1922, the Japanese firm Tohatsu is now best known for their outboard motors. But in the 50s and 60s, they produced some excellent two-stroke bikes and dominated the market – in the 50s, they had 22% of their home market, outselling …
Post Sale Update: This MTD sold for $1,725 after 4 bids on eBay in Spring Hill, Florida. Not the sexiest name in the world, but the MTD 368-850C is a rare minibike that rides better than you’d think thanks to the leading link front suspension.
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Before you can go, you must push the magic button. Which bike does this belong to?
Post Listing Update: This HS500 did not meet reserve despite 17 bids up to $7,166.66 on eBay in Huntington Beach, California. A 500cc scrambler, the Ariel HS was a competition version of the Red Hunter. Approximately 1,000 HS’s (which stood for Hunter Scrambler) were built between ’54 and ’58, and they were intended to compete against BSA Catalina Scramblers out …
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2016 was Toni “The Tiger” Elias’ rookie season in MotoAmerica, and his Yoshimura-Suzuki GSX-R1000 was good for 221 horsepower at the rear wheel (on VP MR12 race fuel). That bike can now be yours.