No Reserve: 2008 Triumph Bonneville T100

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This 2008 Triumph Bonneville T100 was purchased new at Arlen Ness Ducati in Daytona Beach, Florida by the seller, who later sold it to a friend in 2013 before buying it back in 2014. The bike is powered by an air-cooled and carbureted 865cc parallel twin paired with a 5-speed transmission and finished in Jet Black over Fusion White with hand-painted gold coach lines. Modifications include Thruxton fenders, scrambler-style handlebars, Öhlins rear shocks, and stainless exhaust components. This Bonneville T100 has been ridden approximately 5,500 miles and is offered with a clean Florida title in the seller’s name. The 4.4-gallon fuel tank is finished in Jet Black over Fusion White and features hand-painted gold coach lines. The stock fenders have been replaced with those from a Triumph Thruxton, and black powder coated scrambler-style handlebars from Flanders Company have been fitted. Additional cosmetic changes include a powder coated headlight fixture, a Lucas-style rear brake light, bullet turn signals, and a stainless chain guard. Stock wire wheels wear Pirelli Sport Demon tires showing 2015 date codes. Suspension and braking modifications include front fork springs from Progressive Suspension, Öhlins rear shocks, and an upgraded front brake caliper with replacement pads. Adjustable clutch and brake levers have also been fitted. The original odometer trip reset knob reportedly stopped functioning at approximately 4,600 miles, resulting in replacement of the speedometer. The seller states that he has ridden 865 miles since for a total of roughly 5,500 miles. The original speedometer is included in the sale. The air-cooled and carbureted 865cc parallel twin has been modified with Norman Hyde stainless exhaust headers, mufflers from TP USA, an air box removal kit, and a K&N air filter. An oil change and spark plug replacement were recently performed. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission, an RK 525 Gold X-Ring chain, and new sprockets. A walk-around video of this Triumph can be seen above, and an additional walk-around video can be viewed on the seller’s YouTube channel. A cold-start video of this Bonneville T100 can be seen above.

No Reserve: 36 Years-Owned 1965 BMW R69S w/Sidecar

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This 1965 BMW R69S is equipped with a custom-built sidecar and has been with the same owner for the past 36 years. The seller purchased it from the original owner and has added approximately 7,000 miles since. Power is provided by a 594cc flat-twin paired to a 4-speed gearbox, and a tune-up including a new magneto coil was performed last month. A lower final drive ratio and stiffer suspension have been added to accommodate the sidecar. A set of unmounted Metzler tires, spares, and workshop manuals accompany the sale. This R69S is now being offered at no reserve with a clean Kansas title in the seller’s name. Finished in black with white pinstriping, the bike comes equipped with an accessory headlight guard, US-market handlebars and a pair of Denfeld saddles. A few blemishes are present in the black finish, including some dents on the front fender, and rust on some of the hardware. The Earles fork and swingarm rear utilize stronger springs to accommodate for sidecar’s additional weight. The sidecar is custom built with a single bench seat wide enough to accommodate an adult and child. It utilizes Steib suspension and features a second brake lamp, as well as a luggage rack. Older tires are currently mounted on the chrome wheels, and a full set of an unmounted Metzler Block Ks are included with the sale. The speedometer is housed in the headlight shell and shows 37k miles are shown on the odometer. Actual mileage is reportedly lower than shown, due to the lower final drive ratio. A friction-type steering damper came standard on the R69S. The air-cooled 594cc flat-twin was rated by the factory at 42 hp in “S” trim and received a new set of oversized pistons less than 2,000 miles ago. A new magneto coil was installed last month, at which point a tune-up was also performed. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a 4-speed gearbox and enclosed driveshaft. A lower-ratio final drive comes installed, and the original unit is included. The included spares package contains the stock bench seat, aforementioned final drive and Metzler Block K tires, springs, fenders, two workshop manuals, and more.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati Sport Classic 1000 Biposto

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This 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000 has 3k miles and is finished in black with a matching frame. Power is provided by a fuel-injected 992cc L-twin paired with a 6-speed gearbox and equipped with a set of Termignoni pipes. It also features a Biposto tail section with a removable cowl, Marzzochi inverted forks, and a set of 17” polished wire wheels. Approximately 1,800 miles have been added by the seller during their 9 years of ownership, and the bike is now being offered at no reserve with a Pitbull rear stand, and a clear Georgia title in the seller’s name. The SportClassic range features styling reminiscent of Ducati’s early-1970s bevel twins, and the Sport 1000 features low-rise clip-on handlebars and a two-person saddle with a removable cowl. Ducati replaced the original ethanol-susceptible fuel tank under warranty. Inverted Marzocchi forks are mounted with Brembo brakes, and a traditional twin-shock swingarm is used for the rear. A set of replacement tires have been installed on the factory-installed 17″ wire wheels. Retro-looking gauges resemble the Veglia units used by Ducati over 20 years ago. 3,021 miles are shown on the odometer. Billet aluminum covers have been added for the clutch and brake fluid reservoirs. The 992cc Dual-Spark L-twin is fuel-injected and paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Factory-rated output was 92 horsepower when new, and this example is equipped with a set of matte black Termignoni slip-ons. The oil, brake, and clutch fluid have been changed within the last few hundred miles, and the original timing belts remain installed. The seller’s video is shown below.

1985 Honda VF1000R

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No Reserve: 1990 Honda NX250

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This 1990 Honda NX250 is powered by a liquid-cooled 249cc 4-stroke single paired with a 6-speed transmission. The NX250 was sold in the US from 1988 through 1990, and this white over turquoise example has been with the seller for seven years. Recent service included a synthetic oil change as well as a new air filter, gel battery, spark plugs, and Bridgestone tires. This NX250 shows 8k miles and is offered with an owner’s manual, aftermarket accessories, two keys, and a clean California title in the seller’s name. The bike is trimmed in white with a teal seat, graphics, and other accents. A Givi top case and a removable windshield have been fitted. This dual-sport featured 8.7 inches of suspension travel up front and 7.9 inches in the rear using a Pro-Link single-shock setup. Newer Bridgestone Trail Wing tires are mounted to the wire-spoke wheels. The seller has equipped this NX250 with an aftermarket USB port and a weatherproof smartphone navigation case. The 5-digit odometer shows 8k miles, 1,000 of which have been added by the seller during seven years of ownership. Power comes from a liquid-cooled, dual overhead cam 249cc 4-stroke single paired with a 6-speed transmission. Recent service included a synthetic oil change as well as a new air filter, spark plugs, and gel battery. An owner’s manual and two keys are provided with the motorcycle.

No Reserve: 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850

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This 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850 is said to have resided in California before coming to Portland, Oregon with its previous owner of more than 25 years in the late 1980s. The bike is powered by an 844cc V-twin backed by a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive, finished in red and white, and equipped with hardshell panniers and a Hella H4 headlight. A 2017 dealer service included a valve adjustment and oil change as well as fitment of a new battery, spark plugs, and distributor cap. This Eldorado is offered by the selling dealer with service manuals, a tool kit, and a clean Oregon title. The bike features a red and white paint scheme over fiberglass side covers and an aluminum fuel tank, the latter of which is noted as discolored. Pinstriping is present on the fenders, hardshell panniers, and fuel tank. The seller describes evidence of paintwork on the front fender, which shows chipping as seen in the gallery below. Borrani 18″ wire wheels feature aluminum rims and are mounted with a set of Dunlop tires. A Hella H4 lamp fitted in a stock housing, while additional factory lighting is supplemented with a pair of pannier-mounted running lights. A black dual-passenger seat and a set of Yamaha mirrors are fitted. Factory instrumentation includes a 160 mph speedometer, a tachometer with 6,500 rpm redline, and a 5-digit odometer showing approximately 24,600 miles. The neutral indicator light was repaired by a Moto Guzzi dealer in 2017. The 844cc V-twin was based on the preceding Ambassador engine and sends power to the rear wheel via a 5-speed manual transmission and shaft drive. The bike was serviced by a Portland-area Moto Guzzi dealer in 2017 with a valve adjustment and oil change as well as a new battery, spark plugs, and distributor cap. Three service books and an owner’s manual are included in the sale along with Moto Guzzi-branded tools in a green canvas pouch. A walkaround video is viewable below.

2012 BMW R1200GS Rallye

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This 2012 BMW R1200GS Rallye is a limited-edition model equipped with a 1,170cc boxer-twin and a 6-speed gearbox. The selling dealer purchased this motorcycle a couple years ago from the original owner and has since used it on several adventure trips. The bodywork is finished in Alpine White over a Magma Red frame, and features include BMW Motorrad graphics, an onboard computer, GPS system, and heated grips. Several additions were sourced from Tourtech-USA, including fender extensions, guards, and a Zega Pro aluminum pannier set. Maintenance included three oil changes over the last two years. Now showing just under 17k miles, this R1200 is being offered with receipts, additional parts, and a clean Oregon title. The exterior panels are finished in Alpine White and wear BMW Motorrad graphics. The frame is finished in Magma Red, the swing arm in Asphalt Grey Metallic, and the engine in black with Granite Grey Metallic cylinder head covers. The AltRider crash bar is color-matched to the frame, and a leather Kahedo touring saddle and a second stock seat with rear pad are included in the sale. Cross-spoke wheels are fitted with Michelin Anakee 3 tires purchased in 2018. Numerous aftermarket guards and protection grilles from Touratech-USA have been added, including: Front and rear fender extensions Mud guard protector Black frame protectors Oil cooler grille Exhaust flap cover Throttle potentiometer cover Carden crash guard A Zega Pro aluminum pannier set includes stainless steel side mounts and a top case mount. Included in the sale are the removed stock luggage and racks, additional pannier liners, and removable pannier handles. Instrumentation includes on onboard computer, BMW GPS system, and an electronic odometer showing just under 17k miles. 4,500 miles were added by the seller in two years of ownership. Heated grips are equipped along with guards finished in white, and a bar riser extension is included. Modifications include side stand extension pads, oversized foot pegs, and a Bob’s Wrist Rest throttle controller. 2012 was the final year of the air-cooled GS engine, and the 1,170cc twin is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with an added adjustable folding shifter. The DOHC boxer engine was rated for 110 horsepower when new, and the chrome exhaust system can be seen in the gallery below. In the last two years, the seller has reportedly changed the oil three times with Motul fluid and K&N filters. Service invoices from the previous owner can be seen in the gallery in addition to installation instructions for the added parts.

1960 Harley-Davidson FLHF Duo-Glide

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This 1960 Harley Davidson FLHF Duo-Glide was cosmetically refurbished in the 1990s and was purchased three years ago by the seller, who reportedly went on to rebuild its 74ci Panhead V-twin and foot-shifted 4-speed transmission. Additional work included installation of a new clutch, electric starter, forks, and tires as well as a brake rebuild and 12-volt electrical conversion. Approximately 500 miles have been added under current ownership. This Duo-Glide Panhead is offered with recent records and a clean Illinois title in the seller’s name. The tank and fenders are finished in black with red accents, and a skirted saddle seat is fitted. The bike wears several accessories including a windscreen, spotlights, crash bars, hard bags, and a tail rack. Chrome 16″ wire-spoke wheels are mounted with whitewall tires. Period-style turn signals are fitted along with front and rear bumpers, fender accents, and fish tail exhaust pipes. “Duo-Glide” referred to the dual rear shocks introduced in 1958, which are joined by hydraulically-dampened forks up front. The tank-mounted 120-mph speedometer houses a 5-digit odometer showing just under 8,800 miles, with total mileage unknown. Warning lights are provided for oil pressure, generator function, and high beam status. The 74ci overhead-valve Panhead V-twin produced 60 horsepower in stock form and is coupled to a 4-speed foot-shift transmission. The seller reportedly rebuilt the engine and transmission, replaced the clutch, performed a 12-volt electrical conversion, and fitted an electric starter within the past three years. The removed kick starter and 6-volt electrical parts are included in the sale.

1941 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead Custom

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This 1941 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead was purchased by the seller 38 years ago in Louisville, Kentucky and customized by Harley-Davidson of Salt Lake City in 2017. The bike is now powered by a 1,200cc S&S V-twin paired with a Baker 4-speed transmission and features a custom exhaust with a Biltwell muffler, a raked frame neck with a matching springer front end, belt drive, hand-painted striping and logos, and more. This custom Knucklehead is offered with a clean Utah title showing it as a special construction vehicle in the seller’s name. The tank and fenders are finished in period black over Squadron Grey, and the factory-style pinstriping and tank logos were reportedly painted by hand. The neck of the frame has been raked 2 1/4° and a custom springer fork was created, reportedly to aid in stability while remaining visually similar to the stock setup. The front brakes were modified with dual cams, and the drums were turned to match the shoes. Chrome 16″ wire-spoke wheels wear Firestone tires. A replica Bates saddle seat is shown above along with simple instrumentation and switchgear. The 5-digit odometer shows less than 400 miles, with total mileage unknown. The S&S KN74 is a replica of the 74ci Harley Davidson Knucklehead V-twin featuring 7.5:1 compression, a Super E carburetor, and a custom 2-into-1 exhaust with a Biltwell muffler. The seller notes that the exhaust is louder than initially expected and may benefit from a different muffler. The oil tank and chain guard have been chrome plated. The transmission is an aftermarket Baker 4-speed with neutral located below first gear. Features include a short jockey shift lever and an open primary with a belt drive. The pictured shift knob was a gift to the seller and will be replaced before the sale. Additional photos of the 2017 rebuild can be seen in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1974 Suzuki GT250

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This 1974 Suzuki GT250 was purchased by the seller one year ago from the original owner. Powered by a 247cc air-cooled two-stroke twin with a 6-speed transmission, features include oil injection, dual Mikuni carburetors, and a Ram Air cylinder head. The battery, spark plugs, and transmission oil were recently replaced, and only 4K miles are indicated of which the seller has added approximately 200. This GT250 is offered at no reserve with a clean California title in the seller’s name. Developed as the replacement for the X6 Hustler, the GT250 weighed only 322lbs dry and had a claimed top speed of 91MPH. This example remains largely stock and is finished in Candy Gold with chrome fenders. The paint is reported to be the original finish, but the seller notes that the fuel tank and one of the side covers have touched up scratches. Instrumentation includes a 150mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 8K redline. 4193 miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer and is believed to be accurate. The front end features a single disc brake. 18″ chrome wire-spoke wheels wear Duro tires. The 247cc two-stroke twin produced 31 horsepower in stock form and features oil injection and dual 26mm Mikuni carburetors. The kick start is mounted on the left side, and the unique Ram Air cylinder head has rubber inserts between the fins to reduce noise. A 6-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. The battery and spark plugs were recently replaced and the transmission oil changed. The work was performed by the seller and no service records are available.