No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

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This 1977 Honda XR75 was reportedly purchased new for the original owner’s daughter to ride motocross, but was put away in a San Fernando Valley garage not long after. The seller acquired the bike in early 2019. Power is provided by a 75cc single-cylinder engine paired to a 5-speed transmission, and the bike is equipped with a DG Tiger exhaust, Oakley grips, and other period modifications. The seller has recommissioned the bike with a carburetor cleaning, chain and cable lubrication, new fork seals, and more detailed below. This XR175 is offered with a replacement seat cover and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

The bike is finished in Tahitan Red with a black seat. The styling was updated for 1977 with contoured side panels and enlarged fenders. Close-up photos are provided of the finish and decals, and a split is visible in the seat upholstery above the Honda logo.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

A set of air fork caps and fork protectors have been added to the front suspension, and factory adjustable coilover assemblies are fitted at the rear. The spoked wheels are fitted with polished rims and measure 16″ in diameter at the front and 14″ at the rear.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

PJ1 Lubricants stickers have been added to both sides of the factory tank, which also retains factory Honda graphics and warning labels. A protective pad is fitted to the center section of the handlebars, and a set of vintage Oakley rubber grips are installed in place of the factory items. The ball tip is broken off the clutch lever, and a bend is visible in the brake lever.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

The single-cylinder engine was enlarged to a full 75cc for the 1977 model year, and this example is equipped with a vintage DG Tiger exhaust. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission. The seller has cleaned the carburetor, lubricated the chain and control cables, changed the oil, and replaced the fork seals and oil.

A cold-start, walk-around and ride video is viewable above.

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