Tony Serra’s Championship Winner – 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250

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At the age of 81, Tony Serra retired from roadracing in November of last year – right after he won his sixth club level class championship at Willow Springs. That concluded a career that covered seven decades, and it made him the world’s oldest club racing champion. His championship-winning bike is now up for sale for the very reasonable price of $2,000. Time to go racing!

Tony with the seller in 2013 after the former won his first expert class championship.

This bike features a Factory Pro jet kit and shift kit, K&N air filter, Totsubo exhaust, Woodcraft rearsets, EBC brake pads, SS front braided brake line, aluminum rear sprocket, lightweight battery, and race bodywork. It also has several parts from Lindemann Engineering – frame sliders, toe guard, and suspension. Lindemann also handled maintenance for this machine, and it has “only two weekends of racing since last oil & filter and valve adjustment.”

Find this Ninja for sale in La Quinta, California for $2,000 here on Facebook. The seller is Ed Sorbo, owner of Lindemann Engineering.