1976 Kawasaki KZ900

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This 1976 Kawasaki KZ900 has been owned by the selling dealer for eight years and shows 26k miles. Power is from a 903cc DOHC inline-four which was reportedly rebuilt 2,000 miles ago and is paired with a 5-speed transmission. The work also included replacement of the chain, front sprocket, wheel bearings, fork and brake seals, rear shocks, OEM seat cover, and more. Modifications consist of a period Kerker exhaust system with a ceramic-coated header and a cross-drilled front brake rotor. This KZ900 is offered by the selling dealer with a clean Georgia title. The bike is reportedly finished in its original shade of Diamond Brown Metallic and wears factory-style striping and logos. The seat cover and signal lenses have been replaced with OEM items, and the exhaust header has been treated with a ceramic coating. Wire-spoke wheels wear Dunlop 19″ rubber up front and 18″ in the rear. The front end features new fork seals and wheel bearings as well as a cross-drilled 11.5″ brake rotor and and fresh pads. New shocks have been installed in the rear. Instrumentation consists of a 160-mph speedometer, tachometer, and a 5-digit odometer showing 26k miles. Stock handlebars are fitted, and the control cables have been replaced. Photos of the switchgear can be seen in the gallery below. The air-cooled DOHC inline-four produced 82 horsepower in stock form and was reportedly rebuilt 2k miles ago using Kawasaki parts. A period Kerker exhaust system is fitted. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a 5-speed transmission. Recent drivetrain service included a new chain and front sprocket. Much of the maintenance has been performed by the owner, and service records are limited. A walk-around and riding video is provided above.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB750

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This 1976 Honda CB750 was purchased by the seller five years ago and is powered by a 736cc SOHC four mated to a 5-speed transmission. Just over 19k miles are shown on the odometer, about 1,000 of which have been added by the seller. A new battery was recently installed, and the rear tire replaced three years ago. The seller reports a minor leak at the oil tank, and that the carburetors experience fuel starvation at higher speeds. This CB750 is now being offered at no reserve with two seats, a factory tool kit, service manual, and a clean California title in the seller’s name. The tank is finished in Candy Red, with fading noted on top. The 
chrome shows signs of pitting on the fuel cap and around the instruments. Corrosion is also noted on the frame near the kickstand mount. Suspension is by telescoping front forks with a rear swingarm, and a disc brake is fitted on the front wheel. The wire-spoke wheels wear Dunlop 19″ rubber up front and 18″ in the rear. The stock seat is included along with a period sport seat. The right side cover was lost, so a replacement was sourced and painted to match. Instrumentation consists of a tachometer and a Nippondenso 150-mph speedometer. The 5-digit odometer shows 19k miles. The air-cooled 736cc SOHC inline-four was rated at 68 horsepower when new and features four Keihin carburetors, as well as four individual exhaust pipes. A 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. The chain tensioner has been replaced with an aftermarket item but the stock tensioner will be included. A new battery has also been fitted, and the seller notes a minor oil leak at the oil tank connection to the supply hose. The carburetors also experience fuel starvation at highway speeds and might require cleaning or a rebuild. The factory tool roll is included along with a period service manual.

No Reserve: 1969 Yamaha CT1

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This 1969 Yamaha CT1 was purchased by the seller from the niece of the first owner who received it as a gift for assistance with a move. Powered by a 175cc two-stroke single with a 5-speed transmission, the bike was removed from long-term indoor storage and revived with a new battery, spark plug, and fresh lubricants. The bike wears an optional tail rack and remains in stock condition with 1519 miles indicated. This CT1 is now offered with the original keys, owner’s manual, factory toolkit, and a clean New Hampshire title in the seller’s name. Finished in red with silver fenders, a scuff is noted on the rear fender and a scratch can be seen on the front fender. All decals and logos are present and the seat cover has the factory applied stencil. Features include adjustable rear springs and an optional tail rack. Chome wire-spoke wheels wear the factory supplied Dunlop Trials Universal tires. Instrumentation includes a 100mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 8K redline. 1519 miles are shown and believed to be accurate. The air-cooled 2-stroke 175cc single features an Autolube oil injector and produces 14 horsepower in stock form. A 5-speed transmission transmits power to the rear wheel though chain drive. When the bike was removed from storage, a new battery was fitted, the spark plug replaced, and all lubricants renewed including fresh Yamalube 2-stroke oil. The work has been performed by the current owner and no service records are available. The original keys, owner’s manual and toolkit will be provided, and the seller will also include a carburetor rebuild kit and a set of ignition points.

No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB360T

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This 1974 Honda CB360T was acquired by the selling dealer from the family of its original owner and shows just under 2,900 miles. The bike is powered by a 356cc parallel twin with a 6-speed transmission and was recently fitted with a new battery, new tires, and petcock. Valve and cam chain adjustments were also carried out along with carburetor work, and approximately 50 miles have been added since the service. This CB360T is offered with an owner’s manual, tool kit, factory-supplied keys, and a clean Vermont title. The fuel tank and side covers are finished in blue with the correct emblems, bright trim, and factory decals. The bike was reportedly stored indoors though wear is shown in the finish, including pitting on the chrome and age-related corrosion on the case, lower fork legs, wheels, and hardware. The CB360T differed from the earlier CB360 with the addition of a hydraulic front disc brake. The master cylinder, brake lines, and caliper were flushed on this example after removal from storage, and the control cables were lubricated and adjusted. Chrome wire wheels wear new period-style tires, and the original Bridgestone tires will also be included if the buyer desires them. Instrumentation consists of a 110 mph speedometer, a 12k-rpm tachometer, and a 5-digit odometer showing just over 2,880 miles. The turn signal relay and many of the bulbs were recently replaced by the selling dealer. The seat wears the original cover and the keys are noted to match the lock cylinders. The air-cooled 356cc parallel twin is paired with a 6-speed transmission. The selling dealer recently replaced the battery, spark plugs, points, condenser, petcock, fuel hoses, and engine oil. The valves, timing, and cam chain were adjusted and the carburetors cleaned, resealed with new O-rings, and synchronized. A detailed walk-around video is provided below:

1-Mile 2018 BMW HP4 Race

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This 2018 BMW HP4 Race is a track-specific model and one of only 750 produced worldwide. Based on the S1000RR, the HP4 Race features a 215-horsepower 999cc inline-four mated to a 6-speed EVO gearbox and utilizes carbon fiber for the frame, bodywork, and wheels to achieve a weight of just 377 pounds. Additional features include Ohlins suspension and Brembo GP4 R brakes borrowed from BMW’s World Cup Superbike, as well as a number of on-track rider-assist programs, a 2D data-logging multi-function display, and a titanium Akrapovic exhaust. This HP4 is one of just 79 brought to the US and has reportedly not been ridden. It is now being offered by the dealer to which it was originally delivered in New York City with the original Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin. The bike is finished in white, blue, and red, with the names of component suppliers featured on the lower fairing. Carbon fiber is used extensively, including for the main frame, which weighs in at just 17 pounds and is nearly nine pounds lighter than its aluminum counterpart in the standard RR. Together with the carbon fiber wheels, a self-support fairing, and adjustable single-piece composite tail section, the bike has a road-ready wet weight of just 377 pounds. The fully-adjustable Ohlins FGR 300 forks and Brembo GP4 RR monoblock calipers are reportedly the same components utilized in the Superbike World Cup. 7-spoke carbon fiber wheels are wrapped in Pirelli Diablo slicks. Dynamic Traction Control features 14 adjustable ranges and pre-programmed modes for Wet, Intermediate, Dry1, and Dry2 conditions. Engine braking is also electronically adjustable with the EBR system, which provides assistance when decelerating. Wheelie Control is another programmable function, which, if desired, intervenes on gears one through three while accelerating to keep the front wheel on the ground. The 2D multifunction dashboard is equipped with GPS-enabled data logging. In addition to engine temperature, engine speed, and mph, the unit provides lap time and lap time gap. It also can record suspension travel, brake force, throttle position, lean, and more if the appropriate sensors are installed. Just one mile is shown on the display, though the bike has reportedly never been ridden. Peak output for the hand-assembled 999cc inline-four is 215 horsepower at 13,900 rpm, 16 more than that of the RR. Internally, the HP4’s engine received a lighter crankshaft, higher compression pistons, revised camshafts, and Pankl connecting rods. The Akrapovic exhaust is titanium down to the flanges and features a high-mount carbon silencer. A 6-speed close-ratio EVO gearbox comes fitted from the factory and utilizes a reverse shift pattern, with gears two through six actuated downwards. HP Shift Assistant Pro is also equipped to permit clutchless upshifting and downshifting. Crash guards from GBRacing have been mounted on either side of the engine case. A start-up video can be viewed below.

1977 Yamaha IT250

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This 1977 Yamaha IT250 was purchased new by the seller’s father and shows just 428 miles. It comes from the first year of production and receives power from a 250cc 2-stroke single paired with a 5-speed gearbox, and also features a mono-shock rear swingarm. The seller has added approximately 40 miles since inheriting the bike in 2002 and recommends a mechanical service before it is ridden. This IT250 is now being offered with the owner’s book, a Clymer manual, and a clear Florida title in the seller’s name. Closeups of the blue plastic bodywork, graphics, and seat have been provided in the gallery below. Equipment includes a headlight and taillamp, as well as a rear fender-mounted storage bag. Aluminum rims are laced to front and rear drums, and the seller points out the original drive chain and sprockets. A rebuild of the mono rear shock is also recommended. The 100-mph speedometer is from Nippon Seiki and features Yamaha branding. The 5-digit odometer shows just 428 miles. The 250cc 2-stroke single is paired with a 5-speed gearbox. A video of the bike starting and running has been provided below.

No Reserve: 1989 Honda XRV650 Africa Twin RD03

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This 1989 Honda XRV650 Africa Twin RD03 is powered by a liquid-cooled 647cc V-twin with a 5-speed transmission and is said to remain largely stock aside from the addition of a Marving exhaust and cylindrical tool holder. Recent work included fitment of a new chain and sprockets in June 2018 as well as fresh spark plugs and an oil change in December. This Africa Twin was recently acquired by the selling dealer in Rammelsbach, Germany and shows 78k kilometers (~48k miles). It is offered with recent records and German registration. Produced to celebrate Honda’s period victories in the Paris-Dakar Rally, the RD03 was the first of many Africa Twin models offered from 1988 onward. This example is finished in red, white and blue livery and features a 6.4-gallon fuel tank, crash guards, and factory bag mounts. Several scratches can be seen on the tank and bodywork, and the headlight grille is missing. The 43mm Showa fork offered 9″ of travel from the factory and is shielded along with the front disc brake. The rear swingarm features a Pro-Link mono shock with 8.25″ of travel and a single-piston disc brake. Gold-rimmed wire-spoke wheels are fitted with Heidenau Enduro tires, and aftermarket accessories include a cylindrical tool holder. Instrumentation consists of a 200 km/h speedometer, 9k rpm tachometer, water temperature gauge, and 6-digit odometer showing 78k km (~48k miles). The liquid-cooled 647cc V-twin features three valves per cylinder and produced 57 horsepower in stock form. This example has been fitted with an aftermarket Marving exhaust. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a 5-speed transmission and chain drive. The chain and sprockets were replaced in June 2018, and the spark plugs, oil, and filter were changed in December. Receipts for the recent work are shown in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1966 Yamaha U5E Pink Lady

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This 1966 Lady Yamaha, or U5E “Pink Lady” is a variant of the U5E Newport and was originally marketed to women in the mid 1960s. The bike was reportedly purchased new by an employee at a Yamaha shop in the Midwest and was put on display in his living room in Oregon starting in the early 1970s. The second owner acquired the bike from the original owner’s estate last year, and the selling dealer recently purchased the bike with just 15 indicated miles. The fuel line, fuel petcock, battery, and spark plug have since been replaced. The seller also cleaned the carburetor and fuel tank and has added an additional 1.5 miles. This Lady Yamaha is now offered at no reserve with an owner’s manual, service manual, Yamaha-branded tool roll, a letter from Yamaha, and a clean Oregon title. The Lady Yamaha package included a two-tone pink and white finish, front basket, and a white seat with tassels. Some wear is shown in the finish, including partial wear through of the Lady Yamaha sticker on the side panel above the kick starter. The bike is equipped with period Yokohama tires on spoked wheels, and it retains factory head and tail lights. The seller describes some corrosion on the chain guard and swingarm. The rider is provided with off-white grips, cable-operated brakes, and controls for the headlights and turn signals. The ignition cylinder is mounted to the frame and protected from the elements by the white farings. Just under 17 miles are shown on the 4-digit odometer. Per the seller, the bike was on display in a prior owner’s living room beginning in the early 1970s. When the previous owner acquired it last year it reportedly showed 10 miles, and the seller acquired the bike with about 15 miles indicated. The 50cc 2-stroke engine is paired with a 3-speed semi-automatic transmission. The seller has replaced the fuel petcock and fuel lines, and cleaned both the carburetor and fuel tank. The original petcock is included. The battery and spark plug have also been replaced. The seller notes that the electric starter does not work. A letter from Yamaha is included verifying the year of production as 1966. An original service manual, wiring diagram, owner’s manual, and Yamaha-branded tool roll are included with the sale. A walk-around video is viewable below.

No Reserve: 1980 BMW R100RS

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This 1980 BMW R100RS is finished in silver and blue and powered by an air-cooled 980cc boxer twin paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The seller purchased the motorcycle from a German BMW dealer four years ago and has since ridden 500 of its 33k indicated kilometers (21k miles). The bike is equipped with an optional kickstarter, and a new front tire and battery have been fitted under current ownership. This R100RS is offered with hard-shell panniers, a factory tool roll, and a clean Florida title in the seller’s name. The tank, full fairing, and other body parts are finished in silver and blue with Motorsport pinstripes. Multi-spoke alloy wheels are fitted with Bridgestone Battlax BT45 tires, the front of which is a recent replacement according to the seller. A small rack is mounted just behind the seat, and hard-shell pannier bags are included in the sale. Metric instrumentation includes a speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter, clock, and 5-digit odometer showing just over 33k kilometers (21k miles), approximately 500 km of which have been ridden by the seller during four years of ownership. The air-cooled 980cc boxer twin produced a factory-rated 70 horsepower with 56 lb-ft of torque when new, and sends power to the rear wheel via a 5-speed gearbox and shaft drive. The seller notes that the bike is in need of general servicing due to inactivity. A factory tool roll is supplied with the motorcycle. A cold start video can be viewed below: