MV Agusta 250B

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This 1968 MV Agusta 250B is powered by a 250cc four-stroke twin paired with a 5-speed transmission, and is finished in a black, red, and chrome scheme. The current owner acquired the bike about ten years ago, and it was reportedly refurbished by a prior owner in the 1980s. The bike was previously stored without fuel, and the selling dealer recently filled the bike with fresh fuel and got it running again. 250Bs featured 18″ wheels, drum brakes, and dual carburetors. This MV Agusta is registered as a 1959 model and is now offered by DENWERKS on behalf of the current owner with a California title.

MV Agusta 250B

The bike features polished panels on the tank and side covers, with red inner surfaces and black frame and fenders. The dual outlet exhaust features slash-cut silencers, and the two-place seat is equipped with a grab handle for the rear passenger. The bike retains factory head and taillights, and is not equipped with turn signals.

MV Agusta 250B

Spoked wheels measure 18″ in diameter front and rear, and are fitted with older Pirelli tires which show checking in the sidewalls. Braking is handled by 200mm drums, and suspension is by a front telescopic fork and a conventional rear swingarm with dual shock and spring assemblies.

MV Agusta 250B

Instrumentation consists of a 160-km/h speedometer with a 5-digit mechanical odometer. In the attached video the seller shows that the speedometer cable fits loosely into the front hub, and the speedometer is not working. 67k kilometers (~42k miles) are shown, though the true total is unknown.

MV Agusta 250B

Power is provided by a 250cc four-stroke twin with dual Dell’Orto carburetors with individual choke levers on either carburetor. Drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission and chain primary drive. The bike had been stored without fuel, and the seller has filled the bike with fresh gas and gotten it running.

MV Agusta 250B

The frame VIN stamping of MV250B221087 is shown above, and the engine serial stamping of 211065 is shown in the gallery. A cold-start, ride, and walk-around video is viewable below.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

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This 1958 Parilla Gran Sport was originally delivered with a 175cc single-cylinder engine, but has been fitted with a 250cc High-Cam single and four-speed transmission from a later Parilla. Per the seller, the bike was part of a private collection and was displayed in the owner’s living room for the last 11 years. Since acquisition the selling dealer has replaced the battery and filled the bike with fresh fuel, but has not gotten it running due to a missing kick starter. This Parilla is offered by the selling dealer in Oregon with a clean Colorado title.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The bike is finished in red with a matching frame, an alloy rear fender, and black accents. A touched up scratch is present on the right fork. The suspension consists of front telescoping forks, and a dual-sided rear swingarm with dual coilover shock assemblies.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The wheels feature alloy hoops measuring 19″ in diameter front and rear, and are fitted with a 2.75-19 Pirelli tire at the front, and a 3.00-19 Pirelli dual-sport tire at the rear. Braking is by drums both front and rear.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The sole instrument is a semi-circular, 13k-rpm Parilla-branded Smiths tachometer. Conventional controls are mounted to the low clip-on bars, and mileage is unknown.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The original 175cc powerplant has been replaced with a later 250cc unit per the crankcase VIN stamping of 250805. Drive is sent rearward via a 4-speed transmission with chain primary drive. The seller notes that the engine turns freely and has sputtered during attempts to push-start the bike. The seller has replaced the battery and refilled the bike with fresh gas, but due to a missing kick starter the bike has not been started.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CL175

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This 1971 Honda CL175 is is finished in Candy Topaz Orange and black, and power is provided by a 4-stroke 175cc parallel twin paired with a 5-speed transmission. The bike was purchased six months ago from a New York-based motorcycle collector, and the seller has since cleaned the carburetors and replaced the fork oil, the engine oil, and tires. 2,636 miles are currently shown, 788 of which have been added by the seller. This CL175 is offered at no reserve with the factory tool kit, owner’s manual, a replacement fork cover, and a clean New Hampshire title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CL175

As the scrambler version of the CB175, the CL175 featured taller bars, an upswept exhaust, and enduro tires. This example is finished in Candy Topaz Orange with black striping. When purchased, the seller replaced the fork oil and fitted Avon Streetrunner tires. The fuel tank is reported to be scratched, and a chip can be seen below the Honda logo on the left side. The left-side upper fork cover has scrapes where an older registration sticker was removed, but the seller will include a replacement cover.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CL175

Instrumentation consists of a 110-mph speedometer and a 12k-rpm tachometer. The red line of the tachometer appears faded, and 2,636 miles are shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CL175

Power comes from a 175cc twin coupled with a 5-speed transmission. The engine was factory rated at 20 horsepower and features dual 20mm Keihin carburetors, a kick starter, and scrambler high pipes. When acquired, the oil was changed, and the seller recently had the carburetors cleaned and balanced.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CL175

The factory tool roll, owner’s manual, and a left-side upper fork cover will be included.

2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

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This 2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition is the 124th of 200 450cc Factory Edition bikes built for 2017, and carries KTM-Red Bull livery like that used on 2017 AMA Supercross Champion Ryan Dungey’s factory bike. Dungey retired at the close of the 2017 AMA season having won 80 AMA events and four championships. Factory Edition bikes featured a 449cc single-cylinder engine with a 5-speed transmission, as well as traction control, launch control, a titanium Akrapovic exhaust, D.I.D. DirtStar wheels, Brembo brakes, a Selle Dalla Valle gripper seat, and more detailed in the listing. The bike now shows 10.9 hours, and the selling dealer recently acquired it from the original owner. This KTM is not street legal and is now offered with factory literature and a clean Michigan title.

2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

The SX-F features a lightweight chrome-moly steel frame and KTM orange and white plastics with Red Bull and Motorex graphics. Total weight was 217 pounds, and the bike is equipped with a Selle Dalla Valle gripper seat.

2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

The 21″ front and 19″ rear wheels feature stainless spokes and D.I.D. DirtStar rims and are fitted with Dunlop Geomax tires. Braking is handled by Brembo calipers with floating discs, and the suspension incorporates WP AER 48 front forks and a rear coilover shock assembly.

2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

ODI soft half-waffle grips are mounted to Neken aluminum handlebars, and handlebar mounted switchgear for the traction control, launch control, and throttle mapping are pictured in the gallery. The sole instrument is a digital display with the hour meter. 10.9 hours are shown, 3.3 of which were added by the selling dealer.

2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

Power is provided by a 449cc four-stoke single, which sends drive rearward via a 5-speed transmission with chain primary drive. Factory rated output was 58 horsepower. The powerplant in the Factory Edition reportedly shaves off four pounds compared to other 450-powered models, and unique equipment includes a titanium Akrapovic exhaust and a multi-disc DDS wet clutch. The seller reports that the bike has received two oil changes and an air filter change.

2017 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

The owner’s binder includes the factory manuals, information paperwork, tools, pen, and stickers. A walkaround video is viewable below.

25-Years-Owned 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Kenny Roberts

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This 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Kenny Roberts was acquired by the seller just under 25 years ago, reportedly from its original owner, and has since ridden 1,600 of its 7,500 indicated miles. Power is from a 347cc two-stroke twin paired with a six-speed transmission, and the bike is finished in yellow with black and white graphics. Modifications include an expansion-chamber exhaust system, and new Michelin tires were fitted in 2017. This RZ350 is offered with the original owner’s manual, factory service manual, original exhaust system, and a clean Georgia title in the seller’s name.

25-Years-Owned 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Kenny Roberts

The RZ350 was available in either red, white, and blue or the yellow, black, and white scheme seen here for 1985. A Kenny Roberts signature is seen on the factory bikini fairing, while other bodywork includes a front fender as well as side, rear, and lower fairings.

25-Years-Owned 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Kenny Roberts

Factory 18″ directional alloy wheels were fitted with new Michelin tires in 2017. Braking is handled by dual front discs and a single unit in the rear. The stock exhaust system has been replaced with an expansion-chamber setup from Factory Pipe Products which features polished silencers. The factory exhaust is included.

25-Years-Owned 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Kenny Roberts

Instrumentation includes a tachometer with a 9,500-rpm redline, a 120-mph speedometer, and a temperature gauge. Approximately 7,500 miles are shown on the five-digit odometer, just under 1,600 of which were added over the seller’s 25-year ownership.

25-Years-Owned 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Kenny Roberts

The 347cc two-stroke twin was factory rated at 52 horsepower at 9k rpm and is coupled with a six-speed transmission and a chain drive. Induction is handled by two slide-valve Mikuni carburetors, which the seller reports were cleaned in 2017.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

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These 1966 Peugeot Mopeds were purchased by a pair of 17-year-old friends in the summer of 1966 from Boulder Parts Corp. in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Stored for several years, the mopeds were acquired by the selling dealer six months ago after the passing of one of the original owners. Both are equipped with 49cc 2-stroke singles with single speed belt-driven transmissions. The blue bike remains as-stored with a few missing parts, while the gold bike has been refurbished with a carburetor cleaning, fuel hose and spark plug replacement, and lubrication of the cables and chassis. This pair of Peugeot mopeds is now offered at no reserve with purchase documents, factory tool pouches, a Peugeot branded helmet, and clean Wisconsin titles.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

In 1968 both owners joined the Air Force and upon their return purchased larger bikes. Both mopeds have been stored since. The gold moped is a TLS-M model that features a dual seat, deeply valanced fenders, and a chrome fuel tank.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

The blue moped is a CT model with a saddle seat and a fuel tank located over the rear wheel. The seller considers this second bike a project as the compression-release cable is broken and the pedals and headlight lens are missing. The lighting control switch on the left side of the handlebars has also been damaged, and the seller notes the bike does not run. Both bikes retain older Michelin tires.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

The rectangular headlight shells contain 40-mph speedometers. The odometer on the gold bike shows 281 miles, while the blue bike shows 359 miles.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

Both are equipped with 49cc two-stroke singles and feature single-speed belt drive transmissions. Around six months ago the previous owner refreshed the engine of the gold example by cleaning the carburetor, adding fresh fuel, and replacing the fuel hose and spark plug. The bike now runs, and the seller recently recorded a 42-mph run with the use of a GPS speedometer.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

Both bikes were titled to the business of the one of the original owner’s fathers, Claude’s Shell Service in Appleton, Wisconsin. No service receipts are available, but accompanying documentation includes the manufacturer’s statements of origin, 1968-issue titles, dealer’s assembly instruction sheets, warranty registration cards, parts diagrams, and document envelopes.

No Reserve: Pair of 1966 Peugeot Mopeds

Both tool pouches and a Peugeot-branded aluminum and leather helmet will be included. A walk-around and brief riding video can be seen below.

1k-Mile 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

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This 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade (SC28) is believed to have been sold new in Kansas City, Kansas, and the seller acquired it from the reported first owner two years ago. The bike is powered by a liquid-cooled 893cc inline-four paired with a six-speed transmission. A refurbishment performed by the seller included a new-old-stock tail fairing, a tune-up, and fuel system repairs. The carburetors and forks were also rebuilt and the exhaust stripped and re-finished. Just under 1,000 miles are shown, of which only 6 have been added by the seller. This Fireblade is now offered with receipts for the replaced parts and a clean Kansas title in the seller’s name.

1k-Mile 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

In period, the CB900RR was developed to be one of the lightest sport-bikes in the large-displacement category. This example is finished in white with red and blue graphics. Aftermarket accessories include bar-end weights and a blue “Second Look” seat cover. Under prior ownership the bike experienced a parking lot tip-over which scratched the left-side tail fairing, damaged the stator cover, bent the clutch lever, and scratched the left mirror.

1k-Mile 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

The seller replaced the left-side tail fairing, stator cover, and clutch lever. Scratches can be seen on the fairing, windscreen, muffler, and turn signal housings. Cracks are noted on the mounting tabs for the fairing, and the clear coat on the upper triple clamp shows pitting.

1k-Mile 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

The front end features a unique 16″ front wheel that offered weight savings and quicker handling. Braking is provided by dual 296mm discs with 4-piston Nissin calipers. The forks have been rebuilt with new seals, and the Bridgestone tires were fitted in 2017.

1k-Mile 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

Instrumentation is comprised of a 185-mph speedometer, a tachometer with an 11k-rpm red line, and a temperature gauge. Just under 1,000 miles are shown on the odometer.

1k-Mile 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

The liquid-cooled 893cc inline-four produced 110 horsepower when new and is fitted with four Keihin CV carburetors. A six-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. The seller rebuilt the carburetors, cleaned the fuel system, and re-finished the exhaust. New gaskets, hardware, filters, and spark plugs were also fitted. The seller notes corrosion is visible on the front of the engine case, along with oxidation on some of the alloy components. Walk-around and riding videos have been provided by the seller below.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

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This 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675 was modified by the seller’s shop, Jett Design, along with Motorelic of Hamilton, Virginia. The build was completed in November 2018 and features custom fairings painted in a white and red paint scheme. Power is from a 675cc DOHC inline-three mated to a six-speed transmission. Modifications include a remapped ECU, a custom exhaust system, adjustable suspension, a custom aluminum rear subframe, LED lighting, an Alcantara seat, and more as described below. The bike was featured in BIKEEXIF earlier this year and also shown in April at the Handbuilt Bike Show in Austin, Texas. This custom Street Triple 675 shows just over 17k miles and is now offered with a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

The bodywork is finished in a white and red paint scheme and mounted over a black powder-coated frame. Features include a Motorelic aluminum seat cowl and a Jett Design front fairing, front fender, windscreen, and belly pan. The front forks feature K-Tech adjustable dampers which are paired with a Penske adjustable rear shock, and an LED tail light is mounted to the custom aluminum rear subframe. The standard Street Triple had a 408-lb wet weight, and this example is said to tip the scales at 362 lbs.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

The factory twin headlights have been replaced with an LED unit mounted beneath the front fairing. Woodcraft adjustable clip-ons feature Motogadgit LED bar-end turn signals and are mounted with a custom Scotts Performance steering damper. The factory radiator is located behind the front wheel and features Jett Design radiator fins.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

The seat was designed by the seller and features black Alcantara upholstery with red diamond stitching.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

Factory instrumentation is retained and includes a 16k-rpm tachometer and a digital display screen. The odometer shows just over 17k miles, approximately 500 of which were added by the seller. Renthal black grips are fitted along with a Daytona 675 brake master cylinder, clutch, and throttle cables.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

The liquid-cooled 675cc inline-three features four valves per cylinder and is paired with a six-speed transmission using a Yoyodyne slipper clutch. The ECU was reportedly remapped and a BMC racing air filter is fitted. An SC Project three-into-one race header feeds a custom Motorelic-built race exhaust system featuring a Moto2-style megaphone muffler. An APE timing chain tensioner has been fitted and controls a lightweight 520 chain which runs over Superlite sprockets. The rear sprocket features 49 teeth, in place of the factory 47-tooth gear.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

Adjustable LighTech rear sets are fitted and feature red carbon fiber heel plates. Additional close-up photos of the bike are included in the gallery below.

Custom 2011 Triumph Street Triple 675

This Triumph Street Triple was featured on BIKEEXIF earlier this year and was invited to display at the Handbuilt Bike Show in Austin, Texas in April 2019.

1970 Yamaha RT1

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This 1970 Yamaha RT1 was purchased by the seller 9 years ago in Northern California and is powered by a 360cc two-stroke single paired with a 5-speed transmission. Work performed under current ownership reportedly included a rebuild of the oil injection pump and replacement of the engine seals, fork seals, wheel bearings, and swing arm bearings. More recent work is said to have consisted of a compression test, a new rear shock, crankcase oil, and a new air filter. This RT1 is offered with the factory tool roll, service manual, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

1970 Yamaha RT1

The fuel tank and oil tank are finished in black with yellow striping and the fenders in silver. The seller notes the rear fender, frame, and forks have been repainted due to sun fading, and the wheel bearings, swing arm bearings, fork seals, and battery have been replaced.

1970 Yamaha RT1

A tail rack is fitted, and the seat has been rebuilt with replacement foam and a replica of the factory cover. The shocks and brake shoes have also been replaced, and the chrome wire-spoke wheels wear older Shinko enduro tires.

1970 Yamaha RT1

Instrumentation consists of a 100-mph speedometer, a 10k-rpm tachometer, and a 5-digit odometer displaying 4,731 miles, 600 of which have been added by the seller. An aftermarket temperature gauge is mounted to the handlebars.

1970 Yamaha RT1

The 360cc two-stroke single features an auto-lube oiling system and was factory rated at 32 horsepower. A 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. The seller reportedly replaced the engine seals and rebuilt the oil injection pump, and prior to the sale a compression test was performed, the lubricants replaced, and a new air filter installed.

1970 Yamaha RT1

A service manual and the factory supplied tool roll are included. A start-up and walk-around video can be seen below.

1963 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster

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This 1963 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster was refurbished under previous ownership and has been on display in the seller’s home since his acquisition in January 2015. Power is from an 883cc Ironhead V-twin paired with a right-side-shifted four-speed manual gearbox, and the bike features red and white paint as well as a solo seat and an engine guard. This Sportster is offered with a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.

1963 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster

The frame, fenders, and fuel tank were repainted in black, red, and white prior to current ownership, with the latter wearing emblems shared between Sportster and Big Twin models from 1963 to 1965. Chrome 19″ and 18″ spoked wheels wear period-style tires which show cracking along their sidewalls.

1963 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster

The bike has reportedly spent its time under current ownership on display in the seller’s home, and under 7k miles are shown on its five-digit odometer. The black leather solo seat shows wear and although passenger footpegs are fitted, there is no pillion.

1963 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster

The overhead-valve, 883cc Ironhead V-twin put out 40 horsepower when new and is mated via unit construction to a four-speed manual gearbox. The engine breathes through a staggered true dual exhaust system. Like British motorcycles of the day, the shifter is on the right side and the rear brake lever on the left. The bike is equipped with a kickstart lever only, though the seller states that he has not attempted to start it.

1963 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster

This Sportster comes with a copy of a 1955 to 1965 parts catalog and a Sportster Rider Hand Book. Serial number 63XLH1178 is stamped on the left-side engine case, as pre-1970 Harley-Davidson motorcycles do not have frame stamps. Additional engine numbers can be viewed in the gallery.