No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

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This 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon was purchased by the selling dealer three months ago from the reported second owner. The bike is powered by a 904cc V-twin with desmodromic valves and fuel injection, and a recent service included new timing belts, a valve adjustment, new spark plugs, fuel lines, a drive chain, and an oil change. A new rear tire was also fitted, and 39k kilometers (24k miles) are currently shown on the odometer. This Gran Canyon is offered at no reserve by the selling dealer in Wisconsin with an owner’s manual, tool kit, side cases, top box, and a clean Texas title.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

The Cagiva Gran Canyon was built to compete with the popular BMW GS and uses a Ducati 900SS engine as Cagiva owned Ducati at the time. Suspension was provided by Marzocchi 45mm forks and a single progressive rear shock. This example is finished in red and black, and a new rear tire has been fitted. The windshield trim is reported to have been poorly refinished by the previous owner, and internal cracks can be seen in the windscreen.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

The speedometer reads in kilometers and is supplemented by a tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline and an analog clock. The seller reports the electronic tachometer reads 0 rpm at idle, but responds accordingly when the throttle is applied. 39k kilometers (24k miles) are shown.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

The air-cooled 904cc V-twin is the same engine used in the Ducati 900SS and features desmodromic valves and fuel injection. Output was rated at 73 horsepower when new, and a six-speed transmission with a dry clutch is used to transfer power to the rear wheel. The selling dealer has recently performed a service with new timing belts, a valve adjustment, rocker arm inspection, new spark plugs, fuel lines, drive chain, and an oil change.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

A set of hard side cases and a top-box will be included along with the mounting brackets. The top-box shows a repaired crack, and the side cases show paint loss and are noted to be missing the latches. The seller reports the latches can be sourced from any Ducati or Cagiva case. The Cagiva branded toolkit and factory owner’s manual will also be included.

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