1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

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This 2002 Ducati 748R comes from the model’s final year of production and is reportedly one of 15 imported to the US for the model year. The 748R was marketed as a track-only model without lights, turn signals, a stand, or plate brackets, but retains wiring and mounts for these items under the yellow bodywork. This example was retained by the original dealer and was acquired by the seller in 2019. Power is provided by a 748cc V-twin with desmodromic valve actuation, four valves per cylinder, titanium internals, and a two-part carbon airbox. Drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed sequential transmission with slipper clutch. Suspension is by Öhlins front and rear, and the brakes are from Brembo. This 748R is offered with the factory tool roll, owner’s materials, warranty documents, and a clean South Dakota title in the seller’s name.

1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

All 15 US-delivered 748R models were finished in yellow with a white accent on the rear clamshell. The frame and Marchesini wheels feature a titanium gray finish, and the seller notes a smudge on the white finish at the rear of the bike. The frame is derived from the 996 World Superbike Championship race bike, allowing use of a larger two-part carbon fiber airbox than the standard 748.

1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

The 748R was equipped with Öhlins front forks and a remote reservoir rear coilover assembly with adjustable preload and damping. The 748R was not equipped with lights, though the harnesses and mounts are present under the bodywork. Braking is handled by dual 320mm Brembo front discs and a single 220mm Brembo rear disc.

1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

The rider is provided with a padded solo seat, and the bike is equipped with a steering damper and top-mounted adjusters for the front forks. A small placard affixed to the upper triple clamp denotes this example as #0406. Instrumentation includes a 13k-rpm tachometer, a 180-mph speedometer, and a temperature gauge. A single mile is shown on the mechanical odometer.

1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

The 748cc V-twin features desmodromic valve actuation with four valves per cylinder, and the R model differs from other 748 models with shorter duration, higher lift camshafts, wider timing belts, overhead-shower injectors, titanium connecting rods, titanium valves, and more aggressive valve timing, raising output to 106 horsepower. Drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed sequential transmission with a slipper clutch.

1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

The factory tool roll is included and shown in its stowage compartment under the seat in the gallery.

1-Mile 2002 Ducati 748R

Factory literature includes the owner’s manual, service pamphlets, a manual for the desmodromic valvetrain, and warranty paperwork which has not been filled out. The South Dakota title is also shown below.

1988 BMW R100GS

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This 1988 BMW R100GS is powered by a 980cc boxer twin paired with a five-speed transmission and shaft drive. The seller acquired the bike from the reported second owner in Michigan 11 years ago and has added 4k of the indicated 34k miles. Modifications include an Enduralast charging system, Dakar-style bash plate, taller front fender, Öhlins remote-reservoir coilover assemblies, progressive rate front springs, and an updated front disc and braided stainless brake line. This R100GS is offered with the removed low front fender, records from the seller’s ownership, and a clean New York title in the seller’s name.

1988 BMW R100GS

The bike is finished in Alpine White with blue graphics, and the seller fitted and painted a higher front fender to match the factory bodywork. The removed low front fender is included, and scuffs are present on the side panels from the seller’s riding boots. A set of hardshell pannier cases mount to a tail and side rack assembly, and rust is noted on the rack.

1988 BMW R100GS

The seller has installed a set of Öhlins remote-reservoir coilover assemblies at the rear, along with a set of progressive rate fork springs. The factory wheels feature Akront hoops with rim-edge spokes, and the fitted Continental tires measure 90/90-21 at the front and 130/80-17 at the rear. Oxidation is noted on the rims and aluminum engine components.

1988 BMW R100GS

Instrumentation includes a 120-mph speedometer and warning light panel flanked by an analog clock and tachometer. 34k miles are shown on the 5-digit mechanical odometer, approximately 4k of which were added by the seller.

1988 BMW R100GS

The 980cc boxer twin was factory rated at 60 horsepower, which is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission with shaft drive. A set of earlier style airhead rocker covers are installed, and the seller has updated the bike with an Enduralast 450-watt charging system. The seller recently replaced the battery and performed an oil and filter change.

1988 BMW R100GS

An updated front brake disc and braided stainless line are installed, as is a Dakar-style under-engine bashguard.

No Reserve: 1963 Rokon Trail-Breaker

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This 1963 Rokon Trail-Breaker is a first-year example which was purchased new by the seller’s grandfather and remained with the family through his passing in 2014 to present day. A 134cc two-stroke single powers both wheels through a three-speed transmission with hydrostatic drive, and the bike is finished in yellow paint throughout. Additional features include front and rear handbrakes and luggage racks as well as hollow aluminum wheels which can be used for storage and flotation. This Mk2 Trail-Breaker is offered at no reserve with a service manual and a Nevada bill of sale.

No Reserve: 1963 Rokon Trail-Breaker

The fuel tank, frame, luggage racks, rear fender, and front end wear yellow paint which shows corrosion in several areas. The hollow aluminum wheels are mounted with 6.70-15 Goodyear off-road tires and provide 4.5 gallons of additional storage capacity each for fuel, water, or other supplies. When empty, the wheels create additional flotation to help allow the bike to be transported across water.

No Reserve: 1963 Rokon Trail-Breaker

Hand controls include a kill switch and a rear brake lever on the left as well as a throttle grip and front brake lever on the right. A sticker below the fuel filler cap states the required mixture as one pint of 40-weight two-stroke oil for every two gallons of fuel.

No Reserve: 1963 Rokon Trail-Breaker

The 134cc West Bend Power Bee two-stroke single drives the front and rear wheels through an Albion three-speed transmission which is shifted by hand. The engine was made to run over a period of five years according to the seller, who notes that it leaks oil when placed on its side and needs new seals.

No Reserve: 1963 Rokon Trail-Breaker

A printout of a service manual is included in the sale.

No Reserve: 1965 Honda S90

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This 1965 Honda S90 is finished in red and powered by a 90cc four-stroke single paired with a four-speed rotary transmission. The bike was reportedly stored by the original owner from the 1970s until the seller’s acquisition in September 2019. A subsequent refurbishment included a tune-up and the replacement of the carburetor, front brake cable, and tires. The speedometer was also serviced, the fenders refinished, and the oil for the front fork changed. This Honda 90 Sports is now offered at no reserve with an owner’s manual, a 1975-issue Massachusetts license plate, and a transferrable New Hampshire registration in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1965 Honda S90

The frame, fuel tank, and forks are finished in red. Paintwork under the seller’s ownership included refinishing the engine case and center stand. Features include Honda tank badging, dual handlebar mirrors, a polished exhaust, a black vinyl seat cover, and front and rear lights with new bulbs.

No Reserve: 1965 Honda S90

Servicing at the front end included changing the suspension fork oil as well as replacing the front brake cable. 18″ chrome wire-spoke wheels wear new Michelin tires, which were installed with new tubes and rim strips. Provided photos show the fenders before and after they were removed for rust remediation and refinished in silver.

No Reserve: 1965 Honda S90

Switches for the lights and horn are located on the handlebars, and ignition is via a key switch on the frame. The seller states the speedometer was serviced, and about 3,500 miles are now shown on the five-place odometer. Approximately 20 miles have been added since the refurbishment was completed.

No Reserve: 1965 Honda S90

The 90cc 4-stroke single produced 8 horsepower when new and is paired with a four-speed rotary transmission. The gearbox is shifted downward, with neutral between fourth and first gears, and the shift arm has been replaced. A new carburetor has been fitted, and the removed item is included in the sale. Additional servicing included changing the engine oil, adjusting the points and valves, and adding fresh fuel.

No Reserve: 1965 Honda S90

The frame stamping is pictured in the gallery as S90-127006. A 1975-issue Massachusetts license plate accompanies the bike along with a Honda 90 Sports owner’s manual.

A video presentation by the seller is below:

No Reserve: 1983 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

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This 1983 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk was maintained for the last several years by the selling dealer on behalf of a regular customer. Finished in Candy Scorpio Red, the bike is equipped with a replacement seat cover, grips, and turn signals. Power is provided by a 655cc inline-four mated to a six-speed manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch and shaft drive, and recent service by the selling dealer included a rebuild and synchronization of the carburetors, replacement of the fuel rail o-rings, installation of a new front tire, and more. This CB650 shows 13k miles and is now offered at no reserve with a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1983 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

The bodywork is finished in Candy Scorpio Red, and scuffs and rub marks are noted in the clear coat. The factory two-up seat has been reupholstered with a replica cover by the selling dealer, and replacement turn signals and replica grips have been fitted.

No Reserve: 1983 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

Split, six-spoke cast alloy wheels are equipped with a new tire up front and a rear tire that was replaced several years ago by the selling dealer. Braking is from a dual-disc setup front and single disc in the rear. Brightwork such as the fork lowers and engine case covers are said to show signs of corrosion in the finish.

No Reserve: 1983 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

A rectangular instrument cluster contains a 150-mph speedometer, a tachometer with 10k-rpm redline, digital readouts for fuel level and gear selection, and indicator lights. The five-digit mechanical odometer shows 13k miles.

No Reserve: 1983 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

The 655cc DOHC inline-four produced 65 horsepower when new and was factory-equipped with four Keihin CV carburetors and hydraulic valve tappets. A six-speed manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch sends power to the rear wheel via shaft drive. Recent service by the selling dealer includes a rebuild and synchronization of the carburetors, along with replacement of the fuel rail o-rings and the valve cover seal. Within the last several years, the selling dealer has rebuilt the clutch slave cylinder, changed the engine oil and spark plugs, and replaced the battery on behalf of the previous owner. A walk-around and start-up video can be viewed below.

No Reserve: 2002 Ducati MH900E

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This 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione is one of 2,000 built during a two-year production run as a tribute to Mike Hailwood’s NCR 900 and is finished in red with silver graphics. Power is provided by a 904cc V-twin paired with a 6-speed manual transmission with dry clutch. The bike was sold new in Kentucky and has been on display in the current owner’s collection since 2007. It features a steel trellis frame, a single-sided swingarm, Brembo brakes, and Marchesini wheels. The selling dealer has serviced the bike with two new batteries, an oil change, and fresh fuel. This MH900E is offered on behalf of the current owner by the selling dealer at no reserve with factory literature, the tool kit, a numbered shirt, original purchase agreement, and a clean Kentucky title.

No Reserve: 2002 Ducati MH900E

The MH900E was designed by Pierre Terblanche as a tribute to Mike Hailwood’s 1978 Isle of Man TT-winning NCR 900. The bike is finished in red with a matching steel trellis frame, an integrated front faring, and silver vintage-style graphics. The seller notes cracks in both rear turn signal housings which have been repaired with epoxy, and close-ups of the finish and lighting are provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 2002 Ducati MH900E

Suspension is by an inverted front fork and single-sided rear swingarm with a single adjustable coilover assembly. Braking is handled by dual front and a single rear Brembo disc brake. The 17″ Marchesini alloy wheels are fitted with Michelin tires measuring 120/65 at the front and 170/60 out back.

No Reserve: 2002 Ducati MH900E

Instrumentation includes a 10k-rpm tachometer in a polished bezel mounted above a digital display containing the speedometer, odometer, and other auxiliary functions.  Just under 2k miles are shown on the digital odometer. A placard on the tank designates this bike as #1,492 of 2,000 produced, and a matching shirt is included.

No Reserve: 2002 Ducati MH900E

The 904cc V-twin was rated at 74 horsepower and 56 lb-ft of torque when new, which is transmitted to the rear wheel via a six-speed transmission with a dry plate clutch and chain drive. The selling dealer has installed two new batteries, performed an oil change, and has inspected the cam belts, photos of which are provided in the gallery.

No Reserve: 2002 Ducati MH900E

Owner’s materials and the factory tool kit are included, as are the original purchase invoice, two keys, commemorative placard, and a numbered t-shirt.

No Reserve: 1987 Ducati F1 750

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This 1987 Ducati 750 F1 is a road-going derivative of the brand’s 750cc Formula 1 motorcycle of a few years prior, and is the final Ducati superbike to be designed prior to takeover by Cagiva in 1985. This example reportedly moved from California to Washington in 2010, and joined the current owner’s collection in 2013. Power is provided by a 750cc Taglioini V-twin with desmodromic valve drive which is coupled with a 5-speed transmission. The bike has been off the road for seven years and in preparation for sale the seller replaced the battery. This Ducati is offered by the selling dealer on behalf of the current owner at no reserve with a clean Washington title.

No Reserve: 1987 Ducati F1 750

Development of the 750 F1 began with the 600 TT2 Formula 2 bike of the early 1980s, which evolved into the 750cc Formula 1 bike in 1982, and ultimately into the road-going 750 F1 for the 1985 model year. The bike had a dry weight of just under 390 pounds, and the bodywork on this example is finished in a tricolor scheme over a red steel trellis frame. The seller notes hairline cracks around the Dzus fasteners, and plastic-welded repairs around the rear turn signal extensions.

No Reserve: 1987 Ducati F1 750

Wheels measure 16″ in diameter at the front and 18″ at the rear and are fitted with older Avon Roadracer tires measuring 120/80 and 130/80 respectively. Suspension is by a Forcelle Italia 40mm front fork and a single cantilever Marzocchi rear coilover with adjustable preload and damping. Braking is handled by dual front discs and a single rear disc.

No Reserve: 1987 Ducati F1 750

Instrumentation includes a 240-km/h speedometer and an 11k-rpm tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline. 23,500 kilometers (14,600 miles) are shown on the 5-digit odometer, approximately 25 of which were added by the current owner.

No Reserve: 1987 Ducati F1 750

Power is provided by a Taglioni-designed 748cc V-twin with desmodromic valve drive. Factory-rated output was 75 horsepower and 52 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission with chain drive. The seller recently replaced the battery. The bike has been off the road for the last seven years, though the seller reports that it has been run periodically over the years.

A walk-around and startup video is viewable above.

No Reserve: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

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This 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt was acquired by the seller approximately five years ago, reportedly from the son of its original owner. Power is from a numbers-matching 654cc parallel twin paired with a four-speed transmission, and the bike has been refinished in black with a red and chrome tank. Service completed by the seller included installation of honing of the cylinders as well as installation of new piston rings and gaskets. A replacement BSA A10 exhaust system without silencers has been fitted under current ownership along with a starting capacitor, drive chain, and tires. This A65 is offered at no reserve with its stock exhaust system and a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

The 3.2-gallon fuel tank has been refinished in chrome and features red and gold accents with matching metal tank badges. The frame and additional components have been touched up, and the two-up seat is upholstered in black vinyl. A walk-around video has been provided by the seller.

No Reserve: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

Chrome wire-spoke wheels wear 3.50-19 front and 4.00-18 rear Duro tires said to have been installed under current ownership. Braking is from single-sided drums front and rear. Corrosion on several components can be viewed in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

Instrumentation includes an ammeter built into the headlight bucket as well as a 150-mph speedometer. The five-digit odometer reads 12k miles, with a handful added by the seller.

No Reserve: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

The numbers-matching 654cc OHV parallel twin underwent service five years ago which was carried out by the seller, who is reportedly a BSA, Triumph, and Norton mechanic. The work included cylinder honing, fitting new rings on the existing pistons, replacement of gaskets, changing fluids, and checking of other components. The battery was replaced with a starting capacitor, and induction is from a single Amal carburetor.

No Reserve: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

An upswept BSA A10 exhaust system without silencers has replaced the stock setup, which is included in the sale. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a unit four-speed gearbox shifted on the right and a replacement drive chain on the left. Cold start and running videos are provided below. Matching frame and engine stamp photos can be viewed in the gallery.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

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This 1979 Honda CT70 was originally purchased by a couple along with an identical machine for their children, with both bikes placed into storage after the children grew older until being purchased as a pair by the seller in 2006. This example is finished in Bright Yellow with period graphics and is powered by a 72cc four-stroke single paired with a three-speed semi-automatic transmission. A tune-up and battery replacement were carried out four years ago. This minibike is offered at no reserve alongside its sister machine with its removed older battery, a tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a Minnesota title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

The frame and swingarm are finished in Bright Yellow with orange, black, white, and red graphics, which was the only color scheme available for the model year. The bike was equipped with turn signals from the factory, though the seller notes that both right-side lenses are cracked and the right mirror is scratched from a lay-down. The event is said to have precipitated the bike being put into storage along with its sister machine.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

Color-matched fenders and headlight brackets were factory-equipped for the first time in 1979, and black BMX-style handlebars replaced the chrome folding versions found on previous models. Two-piece aluminum wheels wear 10″ knobby tires and house integrated drum brakes.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

The 50-mph speedometer features a blue-green face and contains high beam and neutral indicator lights. The four-digit odometer shows just over 1,400 miles, approximately 200 of which were ridden by the seller in 14 years.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

The four-stroke 72cc single breathes through a chrome exhaust system with a black muffler guard and is paired with a three-speed semi-automatic transmission. A tune-up was completed and a new battery installed approximately four years ago.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

The under-seat area contains a 2.5-liter fuel tank, while the battery and electronics are protected underneath a plastic cover.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CT70

The bike comes with a tool kit, owner’s manual, and Honda hard card.

 

No Reserve: 1966 Honda CA95 Benly “Baby Dream”

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This 1966 Honda CA95 Benly motorcycle is finished in black with a chrome tank and powered by 154cc parallel twin paired with a four-speed manual gearbox. The bike is said to have been recommissioned by its previous owner after being removed from longterm storage, and was serviced with a tune-up, fluid changes, and a general inspection prior to its recent acquisition by the selling dealer. This Baby Dream shows 5k miles and is offered at no reserve with a clean Arizona title.

No Reserve: 1966 Honda CA95 Benly "Baby Dream"

The Benly, also known as the “Baby Dream,” was imported to the US from 1960-1966 and featured a pressed steel frame with an integrated rear fender and passenger foot pegs. This final-year example is finished in black with a chrome fuel tank. Blemishes are shown up close in gallery photographs below and include scratches on the front fender and rear stays, oxidization on the brightwork, and a dent in the left rear shock tube.

No Reserve: 1966 Honda CA95 Benly "Baby Dream"

The bike features a front fork constructed of molded sheet metal. Chrome 36-spoke 16″ wheels are laced to hubs with internal drum brakes and mounted with Goodyear Super Eagle whitewall tires. A sticker from Grand Isle Kart & Cycle in western New York can be seen on the rear fender.

No Reserve: 1966 Honda CA95 Benly "Baby Dream"

A Nippon Seiki speedometer is integrated into the squared-off headlight nacelle and houses a five-digit odometer which shows 5k miles. Aluminum levers are mounted on tubular steel handlebars.

No Reserve: 1966 Honda CA95 Benly "Baby Dream"

The four-stroke 154cc parallel twin is suspended from the frame and features an overhead camshaft as well as an alternating firing pattern. Output was quoted at 16.5 horsepower from the factory. The selling dealer states that the bike was pulled from longterm storage and returned to running condition by its previous owner. Service reportedly included a tune-up with new spark plugs as well as fluid changes.

No Reserve: 1966 Honda CA95 Benly "Baby Dream"

A four-speed manual gearbox routes power to the rear wheel via a drive chain and sprocket, which are concealed behind a sheet metal guard. Engine and frame numbers are shown in the gallery, and riding and walk-around videos are provided below.