No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

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This 1977 Honda XR75 was reportedly purchased new for the original owner’s daughter to ride motocross, but was put away in a San Fernando Valley garage not long after. The seller acquired the bike in early 2019. Power is provided by a 75cc single-cylinder engine paired to a 5-speed transmission, and the bike is equipped with a DG Tiger exhaust, Oakley grips, and other period modifications. The seller has recommissioned the bike with a carburetor cleaning, chain and cable lubrication, new fork seals, and more detailed below. This XR175 is offered with a replacement seat cover and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

The bike is finished in Tahitan Red with a black seat. The styling was updated for 1977 with contoured side panels and enlarged fenders. Close-up photos are provided of the finish and decals, and a split is visible in the seat upholstery above the Honda logo.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

A set of air fork caps and fork protectors have been added to the front suspension, and factory adjustable coilover assemblies are fitted at the rear. The spoked wheels are fitted with polished rims and measure 16″ in diameter at the front and 14″ at the rear.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

PJ1 Lubricants stickers have been added to both sides of the factory tank, which also retains factory Honda graphics and warning labels. A protective pad is fitted to the center section of the handlebars, and a set of vintage Oakley rubber grips are installed in place of the factory items. The ball tip is broken off the clutch lever, and a bend is visible in the brake lever.

No Reserve: 1977 Honda XR75

The single-cylinder engine was enlarged to a full 75cc for the 1977 model year, and this example is equipped with a vintage DG Tiger exhaust. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission. The seller has cleaned the carburetor, lubricated the chain and control cables, changed the oil, and replaced the fork seals and oil.

A cold-start, walk-around and ride video is viewable above.

1,300-Mile 2017 BMW R nineT Racer

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This 2017 BMW R nineT Racer is a factory cafe racer-styled motorcycle that was sold new in Tigard, Oregon. Finished in Light White with M Sport graphics, this bike shows just under 1,300 miles and is powered by a 1,170cc boxer twin coupled with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Factory equipment includes ABS, Automatic Stability Control, heated grips, chrome exhaust pipes, and 17″ spoke wheels. Approximately 100 miles have been added by the selling dealer, and an oil change was recently performed. This R nineT is now being offered for sale with a window sticker, a receipt from a June 2018 service, and a clean Oregon title.

1,300-Mile 2017 BMW R nineT Racer

Light White Paint is accented by chrome exhaust pipes and M-stripe graphics on the tank, nose fairing, and rear cowl. Alloy bar-end mirrors and an SP muffler have been installed, and the removed factory parts are included in the sale.

1,300-Mile 2017 BMW R nineT Racer

The R nineT came standard with Brembo disc brakes with ABS and multi-piston calipers. This particular example is also equipped with factory-optional Automatic Stability Control and 17″ spoke wheels, which are mounted with Metzeler tires.

1,300-Mile 2017 BMW R nineT Racer

The handlebars are positioned low on the upper fork bridge and feature heated grips. Instrumentation includes a 140-mph speedometer, a tachometer with an 8,500-rpm redline, and a digital odometer that shows under 1,300 miles.

1,300-Mile 2017 BMW R nineT Racer

The air/oil-cooled 1,170cc DOHC boxer twin features four valves per cylinder and wet sump lubrication. Factory-rated output was 110 horsepower and 86 lb-ft of torque. An invoice from a service in June 2018 is provided in the gallery, and an oil service was recently performed by the selling dealer.

1,300-Mile 2017 BMW R nineT Racer

A copy of the original window sticker lists the optional equipment and a total suggested retail price of $15,090. A riding video is provided by the seller below.

No Reserve: 1980 Suzuki GS450S

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This 1980 Suzuki GS450S was acquired by one of the selling dealer’s neighbors in 2013, and the seller purchased the bike from her in early 2019. The bike is powered by a double overhead-cam 448cc parallel twin paired with a 6-speed transmission and is finished in red with black and white graphics and a bikini faring. The selling dealer has replaced the side cover gasket, performed an oil and filter change, and inspected the clutch and ignition components. This GS450S is offered by the selling dealer with a brochure and a clean Oregon title.

No Reserve: 1980 Suzuki GS450S

The bike is finished in red with black and white graphics. Suzuki described the GS450S as a cafe-style bike, and as such it features a bikini faring, lower handlebars, and 5-way adjustable dampers.

No Reserve: 1980 Suzuki GS450S

The star-spoked aluminum wheels measure 18″ in diameter and are fitted with IRC Grand High Speed GS-11 tires measuring 3.00-18 at the front and 3.50-18 at the rear. Both tires show 2013 date codes. Braking is handled by a hydraulically-actuated front disc and a mechanical rear drum.

No Reserve: 1980 Suzuki GS450S

Instrumentation includes an 85-mph speedometer and a 12k-rpm tachometer, with a panel of warning lights and a gear position indicator at the center of the panel. 13k miles are shown, approximately 100 of which were added by the selling dealer.

No Reserve: 1980 Suzuki GS450S

The 448cc parallel twin features twin Mikuni BS34SS carburetors and sends power to the rear wheel via a 6-speed transmission and chain drive. Factory-rated output was 44 horsepower and 27 lb-ft of torque. The seller serviced the bike with fresh oil and a new side cover gasket.

No Reserve: 1980 Suzuki GS450S

The included dealer brochure is shown in the gallery below, as is the clean Oregon title. A 6-minute walk-around and ride video is viewable below.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

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This 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350 is unrestored, and was purchased new in Texas, where it was ridden by the original owner for a few months prior to being passed to his nephew. The bike was then stored for many years before it was moved to Oregon. The selling dealer recently acquired the bike from the third owner, said to have been a motorcycle collector and former Isle of Man TT competitor with Ducati. The bike has been off the road since 2012 and is now offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with the factory tool roll, keys, and a clean Oregon title.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

The bike features Banana Yellow fenders and a tank with fluorescent orange graphics, which was a one-year-only combination on the model. The bodywork is contrasted by a gloss black frame and matte black lockable storage cubby under the black vinyl seat. Scuffs and wear are visible on the chrome trim, and close-up photos of the finish and graphics are included in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

The chrome wire-spoked wheels measure 19″ in diameter at the front and 18″ at the rear. The seller notes that the fitted Pirelli tires don’t show visible cracking, but are older.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

The fuel tank graphics are shown in detail above. The bike retains factory lighting with reflectors, as well as a factory dual mufflers.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

The sole gauge is a speedometer/odometer carrying Harley-Davidson branding and showing just over 2,500 miles. The bike retains factory motocross-style raised handlebars, factory controls, and a single mirror.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

The 344cc single-cylinder engine is paired with a 4-speed transmission and was rated at 25 horsepower. The bike is equipped with a kick-starter and a right-side foot shifter. The seller notes that the choke works, but is binary in operation and cannot be feathered out as the bike warms up. As a result the seller recommends allowing the bike to warm up fully before riding.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

The factory tools and roll are stored in the lockable storage cubby under the seat, the interior of which is shown in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi Sprint SS350

Factory brochures are also shown in the gallery below. An 8-minute walkaround and ride video is viewable below.

No Reserve: 2008 Ducati 1098 S

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This 2008 Ducati 1098 S was purchased a month ago by the selling dealer and is powered by liquid-cooled 1,099cc V-twin mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Finished in red, the motorcycle came from the factory with Ohlins suspension, forged wheels, carbon fiber trim, and and a data logger. The battery has been replaced and an oil change was completed in May 2019. This 1098 S now shows 1,100 miles and is being offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with a clean Connecticut title.

No Reserve: 2008 Ducati 1098 S

The fairings, tank, and tubular steel frame are finished in red. A carbon fiber guard protects the riders right leg from the exhaust. The bike weighs 377 pounds without fluids and is equipped with a kick stand.

No Reserve: 2008 Ducati 1098 S

Forged Marchesini 17″ wheels are mounted with Pirelli Dragon Supercorsa Pro tires. Twin 4-piston Brembo calipers grab onto 330mm discs up front and a single disc in back. The rear wheel is supported by a single-sided swing arm.

No Reserve: 2008 Ducati 1098 S

1098 S models came standard with Ohlins suspension at both ends.

No Reserve: 2008 Ducati 1098 S

An electronic instrument cluster includes a 13k-rpm tachometer and an odometer showing 1,100 miles. A factory Ohlins steering dampener is equipped along with a Ducati Data Analyzer data logging system.

No Reserve: 2008 Ducati 1098 S

The liquid-cooled 1,099 cc V-twin features 12.5:1 compression, four valves per cylinder, and an optional carbon-fiber Termignoni exhaust system. Output was rated for 160 horsepower when new. The battery has been replaced, and an oil change was reportedly completed in May 2019. The 6-speed manual transmission is equipped with a dry multi-plate clutch.

1964 Honda S90

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This 1964 Honda s90 was purchased in the mid-west 2 years ago as a disassembled project and refurbished by the seller over a 12 month period. The bike is powered by a 90cc single with a 4-speed rotary transmission, and work performed included powder-coating of the frame and fuel tank, re-covering the seat, and fitting a replacement engine. Approximately 50 miles have been added since the refurbishment. This S90 is now offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name.

1964 Honda S90

The frame and fuel tank were powdercoated in red, and the rear fender was repainted in silver. The front fender and the exhaust have not been re-finished and show dings and scratches.

1964 Honda S90

A new seat cover was fitted and the 18″ chrome wire-spoke wheels wear new tires.

1964 Honda S90

The replacement 90cc 4-stroke single produced 8 horsepower when new and is paired with a 4-speed rotary transmission. The rotary transmission features a gear pattern where all shifts are downward and repeat after a neutral between fourth and first gears. Recent service included an oil change and a new spark plug.

1964 Honda S90

When acquired the bike was a loose collection of parts, and Pay-Pal receipts are reportedly available for supplemental parts purchased. Walk-around and riding videos are provided below.

No Reserve: 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler

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This 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler was recently acquired by the selling dealer from the believed-second owner. Power comes from a 326cc parallel twin mated to a 5-speed transmission, and recent work included replacement of the battery, tires, spark plugs, and fuel hoses. The carburetors were also rebuilt, and the valves, cam chain, and timing adjusted. This CL350 is now offered at no reserve by the selling dealer with the factory tool kit, owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler

The bike is finished in Hawaiian Blue Metallic over white and retains its factory striping and badges. Chips and scratches are visible on the fuel tank, and the front fender is reported to have small dings. A new drive chain is fitted, and the chrome wire-spoke wheels wear new Duro tires.

No Reserve: 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler

As a scrambler, the CL350 features dual high pipes fitted with a protective heat shield. The header pipes are discolored with corrosion, and the mufflers have small dings. A repair to the seat cover can be seen on the left side.

No Reserve: 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler

The handlebars and grips were replaced with replicas of the originals. Instrumentation consists of a 110-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline. Some fading of the gauge faces can be seen, and just under 14k miles are shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler

The air-cooled 326cc parallel twin features dual Keihin carburetors and produced 36 horsepower when new. A 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. Recent maintenance included a carburetor rebuild with new seals, and adjustments to the valves, cam chain, points, and ignition timing. A new battery, spark plugs, and fuel hoses were also fitted. The engine case shows oxidation and discoloring. The factory tool kit and owners manual are also included in the sale, and a walk-around video has been provided below.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CBX

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This 1979 Honda CBX shows just 9k miles and was purchased by the seller from the original owner in 2011. Finished in a custom metallic blue, the bike is powered by a 1,047cc DOHC inline-six paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. It comes equipped with a new-old-stock DG exhaust system, and service earlier this year included new fork seals, bronze swingarm bushings, fresh fluids, brake pads, and more as outlined in the listing below. This CBX is now offered at no reserve with service records, manuals, and a clear Missouri title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CBX

The original owner repainted the bike in Dodge Bonzai Blue Metallic to match his pickup truck and Ford Mustang. Black and gold striping and a set of decals were reapplied following the repaint. The factory color was reportedly Candy Glory Red.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CBX

Braking is managed by triple discs, and the system benefits from refreshed master cylinders and calipers, as well as new lines, pads, and fluid. The forks have been resealed, and the factory-installed plastic rear swingarm bushings have been replaced with aftermarket bronze units. Some wear-through is noted in the black finish on the frame and swingarm.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CBX

The instrument cluster houses an 11k-rpm tachometer, voltage gauge, and a 150-mph speedometer. Just under 9k miles are currently shown on the odometer, approximately 500 of which have been added by the seller since 2011. Closeups of the controls are provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1979 Honda CBX

The 1,047cc 24-valve inline-six was inspired by Honda’s RC-series race bikes from the 1960s. Induction is through six inward-angled 28mm carburetors, which were serviced by Mike Nixon this past spring. An oil and filter change was also performed this past spring, and the factory air box has been fitted with a new air cleaner. A new-old-stock DG 6-1 exhaust system has been installed by the seller. A start-up video is attached below.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

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This 2008 BMW HP2 Sport was reportedly sold new by BMW Motorrad of Ventura County, and the seller acquired the bike in 2011. The HP2 is powered by 1,170cc OHC boxer twin paired with a 6-speed transmission and shaft drive and was the most powerful and performance-oriented boxer-engined BMW when it debuted. The seller reports that this is the 35th of 200 built, and is one of an even smaller number equipped with ABS. Recent services include a new fuel pump, fluid changes, fuel injector cleaning, and synchronization of the dual throttle bodies. This HP2 Sport is offered with records since 2011 and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

Bodywork is finished in a combination of white paint and exposed carbon fiber contrasted by a blue tubular steel frame, alloy wheels, and graphics. The HP2 sport features a narrower fuel tank than the preceding R1200S as well as a self-supporting carbon fiber tail section. As a result the HP2 weighs 392 pounds, or 27 pounds less than the R1200S.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

Suspension is by BMW’s Telelever front fork and Paralever rear swingarm, with bespoke Ohlïns coilover shock assemblies front and rear. Both systems are designed to mitigate squat and dive, with the Telelever front suspension providing an increase in castor on the front axle under braking rather than a decrease as with telescoping forks. The seller notes that the tires are original.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

The digital instrument display is contained in a carbon fiber housing and incorporates the tachometer, shift indicators, odometer functions, a lap timer, and a speedometer. Approximately 4,300 miles are shown, 1,200 of which were added by the seller.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

The “oilhead” 1,170cc boxer twin features overhead camshafts and dual Bosch 52mm throttle bodies. A 6-speed transmission and shaft drive transfer power to the rear wheel. With a factory-rated output of 128 horsepower (130PS), the HP2 was BMW’s most powerful boxer twin at the time of release.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

Service records are pictured from the seller’s ownership, and the seller notes that it was serviced at Long Beach BMW by the original owner. In April 2019 the bike received a new fuel pump and installation hardware to remedy a no-start condition, as well as fresh engine, transmission, and final drive oils. The fuel injectors were cleaned and the throttle bodies were also synchronized at that time.

No Reserve: 4,300-Mile 2008 BMW HP2 Sport

The seller notes that the original owner is a friend, and fellow motorcycle collector. Factory manuals and a pair of keys with BMW fobs are included. A walk-around and startup video is viewable below.

A cold-start and ride video is viewable below.

1978 BMW R100RS

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This 1978 BMW R100RS is finished in Magenta Red and is powered by an air-cooled 980cc boxer twin paired with a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. The seller acquired the bike eight years ago from a prior owner in Texas who had stored it for many years. The seller has added about 6k miles over his ownership, during which the top and bottom ends have been rebuilt. A Dyna III electronic ignition conversion and a Reynolds ride-off center stand are fitted, and the bike was displayed at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering in 2015. Now in California, this R100RS is offered with a factory manual, tool roll, removable Krauser panniers, and a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.

1978 BMW R100RS

The bike is shown above at the 2015 Quail motorcycle gathering. The R100RS was the first motorcycle offered with an integral full fairing, and the bodywork is finished in Magenta Red with black lower panels on the fairing. The seller notes that the fairing and front fender were repainted with Glasurit paint from Holt BMW to correct for imperfections.

1978 BMW R100RS

The snowflake-style aluminum wheels measure 19″ at the front and 18″ at the rear, and braking is handled by twin front and a single rear disc. A tinted factory-style Clearview screen is installed, and a Reynolds ride-off center stand is fitted. The removable Krauser panniers mount to a set of chrome tubular mounts. The seller notes that the bike retains a factory seat.

1978 BMW R100RS

Instrumentation includes a 140-mph speedometer, a 9k-rpm tachometer, and a selection of warning lights in the primary cluster. A clock and voltage gauge housed in the inner fairing. The seller has disconnected the clock from power to remove the drain on the battery. 34k miles are shown on the mechanical odometer, approximately 6k of which were added by the seller.

1978 BMW R100RS

The air-cooled boxer twin displaces 980cc and is fitted with a Dyna III electronic ignition conversion. Factory-rated output was 70 horsepower thanks to European-specification 40mm carburetors and exhaust, which is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. A top-end rebuild was performed shortly after the seller acquired the bike in 2013, including new Siebenrock cylinders and pistons, with heads done by Bob’s Motorwerks in Montana. The diode board, coil, and clutch were also replaced at that time.

1978 BMW R100RS

The engine was rebuilt again approximately 2,000 miles ago in 2015 after evidence of bearing failure was found, and a new crank and bearings were fitted. The seller notes that records are available from his eight years of ownership, and the last service was a carburetor float adjustment and fuel petcock cleaning in February 2017.

1978 BMW R100RS

The tool roll is shown above, and the factory owner’s manual is shown in the gallery. A start-up and walkaround video is viewable below.