No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

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This 1976 Kawasaki KM100 is a street-legal mini-bike that was acquired by the selling dealer 6 months ago. The bike is powered by a 100cc 2-stroke single with a 5-speed transmission, and the previous owner is said to have performed a reconditioning with new paint, decals, tires, sprockets, and a carburetor rebuild. Prior to offering the bike for sale, the seller tuned the carburetor and added a new spark plug. Approximately 3,700 miles are shown, of which 100 have been added by the seller. This KM100 is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with a clean Vermont title.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

Under prior ownership the fuel tank and fenders were re-finished in matte white with black lettering. The tires were also replaced and the electrical system refreshed. The seller notes a patch on the seat vinyl, and corrosion on the headlight brackets.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

The steel fuel tank holds 1.5 gallons and features new Kawasaki decals. Paint loss can be seen to the logo on the side cover.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

The ignition switch is located near the 70-mph speedometer which contains warning lights for neutral, high beam, and turn signals. Just over 3,700 miles are shown.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

Power comes from a 100cc 2-stroke single with a 5-speed transmission. The engine requires pre-mixed fuel, features a rotary valve, and was factory rated at 9 horsepower. The previous owner reportedly performed a carburetor rebuild, replaced the sprockets to improve the top speed, and added a custom machined aluminum exhaust tip. Before this auction, the seller adjusted the carburetor mixture and replaced the spark plug. No service records are available but a walk-around and riding video can be seen below.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

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This 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing was recently acquired by the selling dealer from the believed second owner and features a removable trunk case. Power is provided by a liquid-cooled OHV 497cc V-twin with a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. The mufflers were recently replaced, and in preparation for sale the seller also replaced the spark plugs and changed the oil. 25k miles are currently shown ,of which the seller has added approximately 100. This Silverwing is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with an optional trunk, the factory tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

Finished in silver, the GL500 was Honda’s touring version of the popular CX500 and a lighter weight alternative to the larger GL1100 Goldwing. This example is fitted with a factory-optional trunk, and the mufflers were recently replaced with replicas of the Honda items. The battery is less than a year old, and the seller notes both the side and center stands show paint loss and corrosion.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

The air-assisted forks feature a single 240mm disc brake with a dual piston caliper. Comstar wheels wear a set of tires with receipts documenting replacement within the last year.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

The tail-mounted trunk is a factory option that is interchangeable with the rear seat. The seat can be seen in the gallery and will be included.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

Instrumentation consists of an 85-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer featuring an integral water temperature gauge. 25k miles are currently shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

The 497cc OHV liquid-cooled V-twin was factory rated at 50 horsepower and features a pair of 34mm Keihin carburetors. The 5-speed transmission is located to the right of the crankshaft and uses a driveshaft to transfer power to the rear wheel. Prior to offering the bike for sale, the seller changed the engine oil and replaced the spark plugs. A walk-around video is provided below.

No Reserve: 1997 Ducati 900 SS SP

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This 1997 Ducati 900SS SP was purchased 5 years ago from the reported first owner and modified by the seller with magnesium wheels, a stainless exhaust, tinted windscreen, and more. The bike is powered by a 904cc V-twin with a 6-speed transmission, and additional work under current ownership has included a replacement drive sprocket as well as a recent an oil and filter change. Just under 22k miles are shown, of which the seller has added approximately 1,000. This 900SS is offered at no reserve with the removed stock parts, factory tool kit, owner’s manual, and a clean Wyoming title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1997 Ducati 900 SS SP

The SP or Sport ­Production version of the 900SS was available only in North America and offered a full fairing, bronze colored frame, carbon fiber fenders, adjustable suspension, upgraded brakes, and an aluminum swingarm. This example is finished in yellow, and modifications include magnesium wheels, a Zero Gravity windscreen
, Vitaloni mirrors, a custom rear brake spider, and aftermarket bar ends and grips. The seller notes road rash on the fairing, blemishes on the front fender, and missing passenger foot peg rubbers.

No Reserve: 1997 Ducati 900 SS SP

Inverted Showa forks are adjustable and feature Brembo 4-piston calipers with 320mm full-floating discs. 17 inch Dymag hollow spoke magnesium wheels wear Pirelli Phantom tires.

No Reserve: 1997 Ducati 900 SS SP

Instrumentation consists of a 160-mph speedometer, an 11k-rpm tachometer, and an oil temperature gauge. Just under 22k miles are indicated.

No Reserve: 1997 Ducati 900 SS SP

The 904cc V-twin produced 84 horsepower when new and features desmodromic valves and dual 38mm Mikuni carburetors. A 6-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. Modificaitons include an Odyssey battery, K&N pod filters, and a Staintune exhaust that retains the stock mufflers. The seller has replaced the drive sprocket and recently performed an oil and filter change.The stock wheels and exhaust will be included along with a new set of bodywork decals.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

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This 1973 Norton 750 Commando was acquired by the seller in 1974 and refurbished in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Power is provided by a 745cc parallel twin which was rebuilt fewer than 500 miles ago and is paired with a four-speed transmission. The bike was refinished with a black powder-coated frame, metallic red paint, and chrome fenders. Features include dual Amal carburetors, a positive-ground electrical system, a front disc brake, and more. This Commando is offered in Texas with service records from the seller’s ownership and a Wisconsin title.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

The fiberglass fuel tank and side panels were finished in metallic red with silver and gold lettering and pinstriping, and the frame was powder-coated in black and modified to accommodate the chrome fenders according to the seller.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

Chrome rims feature stainless steel spokes, and the wheels are mounted with Dunlop Gold Seal K70 tires. The bike is equipped with a Norton-Lockheed front disc brake and a rear drum, which are said to have been refreshed during the 2000s work. The black vinyl tandem seat features diamond stitching.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

Factory Smiths instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer and a five-digit odometer that were rebuilt in 2004. The odometer reading is said to have been retained and shows approximately 28k miles, 11k of which have been added by the seller since 1974.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

The 745cc parallel twin was factory-rated at 58 horsepower and is said to have been rebuilt in the early 2000s by Britech New England. The engine features Amal carburetors, a primary drive belt, and a positive-ground electrical system with a three-phase alternator. Uninstalled stainless exhaust pipes and “pea shooter” mufflers are included with the sale.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

Service records from the seller’s 45-year ownership are included in the sale. Fewer than 500 miles have reportedly been added and annual oil changes have been performed since the engine work.

A video provided by the seller is shown below:

No Reserve: 1979 Laverda 1000 Jarama

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This 1979 Laverda 1000 Jarama was sold new in Illinois in 1980 and was recently acquired by the selling dealer from a collector in Oregon. Power is provided by an air-cooled 980cc triple with dual overhead camshafts, and drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission with chain drive. The bike has been refinished in a custom black and orange scheme and is fitted with a Don Vesco faring and Brembo disc brakes. This Laverda is now offered by the selling dealer in Oregon at no reserve with a clean Illinois title.

No Reserve: 1979 Laverda 1000 Jarama

An included dealer key tag indicates that the bike was originally green, though it has been refinished in a custom two-tone black and orange scheme. The front faring is a Don Vesco item which houses the headlight, turn signals, and a set of integrated mirrors. The original headlight housing is present behind the faring, and a blanking plate is fitted in lieu of a headlamp. A crack is shown in the left side cover, and other imperfections are shown in the gallery.

A walk-around video is viewable above. The 18″ aluminum wheels are fitted with an older Michelin rear tire and Dunlop front, and braking is handled by twin front and a single rear Brembo disc brake. A set of adjustable Street Stroke coilover assemblies are fitted at the rear.

No Reserve: 1979 Laverda 1000 Jarama

Instrumentation consists of a 150-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer, with warning lights integrated into the individual instrument housings. The tachometer is not currently working, though the seller had it working briefly during his ownership. Approximately 12,900 miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer.

No Reserve: 1979 Laverda 1000 Jarama

Power is provided by a 980cc three-cylinder engine with dual overhead camshafts, two valves per cylinder, and triple 32mm Dell’Orto carburetors. The seller describes a leak from one of the fuel shutoffs in certain positions, and notes that the faring makes the choke challenging to reach. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission with chain drive.

No Reserve: 1979 Laverda 1000 Jarama

The chassis tag is pictured above, and the matching serial numbers on the frame and engine case are shown in the gallery. The tag notes that the bike was built in September 1977, though the bike is titled as a 1979 on the 1980-issue Illinois title.

No Reserve: 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker

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This 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker was reportedly purchased new by Dr. Forrest Bird, inventor of the modern medical ventilator. The previous owner acquired the bike from Dr. Bird’s estate auction during April 2017 in Sanger, Idaho. A subsequent refurbishment began and was concluded this year, including a repaint and mechanical work as described below. Power is sent to both wheels from a Chrysler Power Bee 136cc engine paired with a Albion three-speed transmission. This Trail-Breaker is now offered in Oregon at no reserve by Cascadia Classic on a bill of sale.

No Reserve: 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker

The Rokon Trail-Breaker was designed to get its rider to remote locations where a full-sized vehicle wasn’t feasible. Due to the hollow aluminum wheels, the bike will float and can be walked or taken across water. The hollow wheels can also be used to house extra fuel or even drinking water for long excursions. According to the manufacturer, these bikes were able to climb a 60% grade due to the pushing and pulling effects of the driven rear and front wheels.

No Reserve: 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker

During the 2017-2019 refresh the bike was reportedly disassembled, and the frame, fuel tank, and fenders were repainted in yellow. New “Trail-Breaker” decals were also affixed. The previous owner elected to install a set of 26×8″ Maxxis Bighorn tires on the 15″ hollow aluminum wheels.

No Reserve: 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker

A replacement factory-style seat has been fitted, while the fuel tank has been cleaned and re-lined.

No Reserve: 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker

Per the seller, the refurbishment also included servicing the Chrysler Power Bee 136cc engine and Albion three-speed transmission. Work reportedly consisted of installing new bearings and seals, and rebuilding the carburetor. The front and rear miter boxes were also rebuilt. Records pertaining to the refurbishment were not given to the seller. Output was claimed to be 10 horsepower when new.

No Reserve: 1970 Rokon Trail-Breaker

A data plate on the engine notes it as model #82007 and serial #3788. Video footage of this Trail-Breaker can be viewed below.

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy

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This 1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy was purchased by the selling dealer three years ago, reportedly from its third owner. Power is provided by a single overhead-cam 498cc single paired with a five-speed transmission, and the bike is finished in black paint with gold striping. This GB500 TT is offered by the selling dealer in California with an Ohio title.

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy

Designed as a tribute to English sportbikes of the 1950s and 1960s, the GB500 was sold in the US for just two years and offered only in “green-black” with gold pinstripes. This example retains stock drop bars, a solo seat with a rear cowling, and chrome accents.

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy

Aluminum-rimmed wire wheels wear Bridgestone Mag Mopus tires. Braking is from a single front disc and a rear drum. Corrosion can be seen on the fork, and scratches on the painted front fender are shown in the gallery below.

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy

Clip-on handlebars feature stock mirrors and bar-end weights. Instrumentation consist of a 115-mph speedometer and a tachometer with an 8k-rpm redline. Indicator lights are contained in the tachometer face, with a separate side stand warning light located below the speedometer. The five-digit odometer shows approximately 4,600 miles.

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy

The SOHC four-valve 498cc single is a sleeved variant of that used in the Honda XL600 and produced 33 horsepower when new. The dual-port cylinder head is fed by a single 42mm Keihin carburetor and features a chrome two-into-one exhaust system with a faux megaphone outlet. A new battery was fitted approximately a year ago.

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy

The oil tank is located under the right side panel and equipped with braided steel lines. The selling dealer states that the bike is a 49-state example which does not meet the 7,500-mile threshold for registration in California, and as a result must be sold to an out-of-state buyer.

A cold-start video provided by the seller is shown below.

Modified 1973 Triumph Tiger 750

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This 1973 Triumph Tiger 750 TR7RV has been modified to resemble the Triumph twins used in desert racing in the 1960s. The bike is powered by a numbers-matching 750cc parallel twin with a traditional right-side shift for the 5-speed transmission, and is an oil-in-frame model with lower seat height than earlier oil-in-frame Triumphs. The top-end was reportedly rebuilt under prior ownership and is equipped with a single Amal carburetor, electronic ignition, and a custom un-muffled chrome exhaust system. This Triumph is offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name.

Modified 1973 Triumph Tiger 750

The bike features a metallic aubergine fuel tank with checkered center stripe, and a black powdercoated frame. The bike is also equipped with custom-fabricated aluminum side panels and alloy front fender mounts. A factory Lucas headlight assembly has been retained, along with a Lucas-style taillight assembly, a factory seat, and center and side stands. The footrest mounts and rear brake lever have been chromed.

Modified 1973 Triumph Tiger 750

The wheels measure 18″ in diameter at the rear and 19″ at the front, and are assembled with shouldered alloy rims and stainless spokes from Buchanan’s. The recently fitted Shinko Trials Universal-type tires show 2019 date codes. The seller reports that the brakes were refreshed, including a rebuilt front brake master cylinder. The front disc has been cross-drilled for lightness, and the front forks are fitted with period rubber gaiters.

Modified 1973 Triumph Tiger 750

TT-Style handlebars are fitted and retain factory controls. Factory instrumentation includes a 10k-rpm tachometer and a 150-mph speedometer, with warning lights on the factory headlamp housing. Approximately 20,300 miles are shown on the mechanical odometer.

Modified 1973 Triumph Tiger 750

The seller reports that the 750cc parallel twin received a top-end rebuild by the previous owner 500 miles ago, including fresh seals and gaskets, new rings, re-honing of the bores, and a valve job with new guides. Induction is handled by a single Amal carburetor which was bored and sleeved in stainless steel, and fitted with a screened velocity stack. The bike has been converted to electronic ignition, and the fuel tank has been re-sealed internally. The seller cleaned out the carburetor and changed the oil in August of this year.

Modified 1973 Triumph Tiger 750

The engine number, pictured above, corresponds to the frame number shown in the gallery. A cold-start video is viewable below.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50 Mini Trail

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This 1972 Honda Z50 Mini Trail was purchased from the reported first owner 15 years ago and refurbished by the seller in 2017. Power is provided by a rebuilt SOHC 4-stroke single fitted with an 88cc big-bore kit and a 3-speed semi-automatic  transmission. Features include a stainless steel exhaust with a carbon fiber muffler, along with replacement handle bars, switches, headlight, front forks, and more as described below. This Mini Trail 50 is offered in Canada at no reserve with Ontario registration in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50 Mini Trail

During the refurbishment in 2017, the bodywork and forks were finished in Candy Gold, and the frame and swing-arm were powdercoated gloss black. New decals were applied, and replacement factory parts reportedly include the fenders, fuel tank, handle bars, headlight, tail light, and switch gear. The seat is a new replacement, and the levers and the OEM hardware were re-plated.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50 Mini Trail

1972 was the first year the Z50 featured a longer rear fender and was fitted with rear shocks. Aftermarket alloy wheels wear newer tires.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50 Mini Trail

The matching numbers SOHC 50cc single has been modified with an 88cc cylinder kit and is paired with a 3-speed semi-automatic transmission. The engine was rebuilt with the larger alloy cylinder, and the cases were reportedly separated for the replacement of internal parts. No service records are available, though the seller states an oil change was performed in June 2019. A brief video showing the bike running has been provided here.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50 Mini Trail

A larger diameter stainless steel exhaust is fitted with an aftermarket carbon fiber muffler. The seller notes they can assist with crating for transport and shipping to the United States is available. Please use the “contact seller” tab for a quote.

1974 Norton Commando 850

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This 1974 Norton Commando 850 was acquired by the seller in 2007 from the previous long-term owner, who had the bike since 1993. The seller refreshed the bike with assistance from Norton specialist, and former Athens Georgia Norton Dealer, Ron Small, including conversion to a single Mikuni carburetor, Mark.III isolastics, and cosmetic updates. The bike is finished in a custom black and silver scheme, and is fitted with electronic ignition, low-rise handlebars with bar-end mirrors, and an exhaust system with reverse-cone mufflers. This Norton is offered with records and a clean Georgia title in the seller’s name.

1974 Norton Commando 850

The bike is finished in a custom black and silver scheme with pinstripes and factory-style lettering on the tank and side panels. The suspension has been modified with isolastic components from a Mk.III Commando. 19″ wheels are equipped front and rear, and braking is handled by a single front disc and a rear drum. The seller notes that the tires are older and should be replaced.

1974 Norton Commando 850

The fuel tank has been cleaned and internally coated, and features silver paintwork in the knee cutouts. Close-up photos are provided of the trim and finish in the gallery below.

1974 Norton Commando 850

Low-rise handlebars are fitted in place of the factory items. Instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer, a 9k-rpm tachometer with a 7k-rpm redline, and a trio of warning lights mounted to the headlight housing. The seller notes that both gauges twitch when in use. Approximately 33,700 miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer, 2,500 of which were added by the seller.

1974 Norton Commando 850

Power is provided by an 850cc parallel twin, which is equipped with electronic ignition and was converted from dual Amal carburetors to a single Mikuni by former Norton specialist Ron Small. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 4-speed transmission with chain drive. The seller has recently redone the exhaust port threads, and replaced the exhaust pipes and mufflers.