No Reserve: 1975 Honda Trail 90

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This 1975 Honda Trail 90 was reportedly displayed in the showroom at Bob Lanphere’s Beaverton Honda in Oregon from 1999 until its acquisition by the selling dealer earlier this year. The bike is finished in red with a matching engine cover and fenders, and power comes from a four-stroke 89cc single coupled to a dual-range four-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. Additional equipment includes an auxiliary fuel tank, a parcel rack, and 17″ wire wheels. This CT90 is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with an Oregon title.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda Trail 90

The red paint was reportedly touched up under the care of Bob Lanphere’s Beaverton Honda, and the trim and accessories were partially replaced according to the selling dealer. Fading is noted on the plastic center bar cover along with a dent in the front fender.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda Trail 90

The CT90 was an off-road variant of the Honda Cub that featured knobby tires and a parcel rack. This example features chrome 17″ wire-spoke wheels and tubed tires. A supplemental fuel tank and helmet lock are mounted on the left side.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda Trail 90

The black headlight shell holds a 60-mph speedometer as well as a five-digit odometer showing approximately 2,000 miles. A locking lever on the handlebars allows them to be rotated for storage and transportation. The seller states that the neutral indicator lamp is inoperable and the turn signals do not self-cancel.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda Trail 90

The four-stroke 89cc OHC single is paired with a four-speed semi-automatic transmission featuring high and low ranges. Engine and chassis numbers are shown in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda Trail 90

A period brochure is included in the sale. A walk-around video is provided below.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

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This 1982 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk was purchased by the selling dealer one month ago from the reported third owner. Powered by a 626cc air-cooled 4-cylinder with a 5-speed transmission, this first year model differs from later versions with a single overhead cam and chain final drive. Recent work performed included replacing the spark plugs and chain, as well a carburetor cleaning and an oil change. Just over 18k miles are currently shown, of which the seller has added 50. This Nighthawk is now offered at no reserve with the owner’s manual, toolkit, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

Finished in Cosmo Black Metallic with chrome accents, the bodywork is reported to have scuffs and worn chrome on the front fender and right side lower exhaust. Features include Showa adjustable air-spring forks, dual front disc brakes, and Comstar mag wheels. The battery and both tires were recently replaced.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

The 85-mph speedometer is complemented by a 10k-rpm tachometer. Replica hand grips are fitted, and the two piece handlebars offer adjustment for both height and spread. 18k miles are currently shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

Unique to the inaugural year of the Nighthawk was a SOHC 626cc 4-cylinder with a 5-speed transmission and chain drive. It was also the final year for Honda’s iconic 4-into-4 exhaust pipes. The engine was factory-rated at 63 horsepower and features four Keihin 29mm carburetors. Prior to this auction, the seller cleaned the carburetors, changed the oil, and added new spark plugs and a drive chain. Documents for recent work are available in addition to the factory owner’s manual and tool kit.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CB160

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This 1965 Honda CB160 was refurbished and modified in the early 2000s and is powered by a 248cc parallel-twin mated to a 5-speed transmission. The bike is equipped with CB450 brakes, wider aluminum rims, and a CB200 gearbox. The engine has also been bored, stroked, and fitted with 10.5:1 compression-ratio pistons. Approximately 2k miles have been added since the build was completed, and the bike was purchased by the seller in May 2015. The battery and ignition coil have since been replaced, and the valves and timing were adjusted. This modified CB160 is now offered at no reserve with a clean Oklahoma title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CB160

The motorcycle is finished in silver and black and equipped with a partially-chromed fuel tank. Suspension consists of telescoping front and rear struts.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CB160

The seller states that wider 1.85″ aluminum rims have been installed, and new Continental tires were mounted during his ownership. The cable-operated drum brakes reportedly came from a CB450, and the seller had a brake pedal riser installed.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CB160

A quilted solo seat was also added during the seller’s ownership, and the removed padded seat is included in the sale.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CB160

Instrumentation includes a CB450 combination unit featuring a 120-mph speedometer, 12k-rpm tachometer, and a five-digit vertical odometer showing 25k miles. The seller has added about 1k miles, and true overall mileage is unknown. The flasher-turn signal switch was replaced by the seller.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CB160

The seller states that engine case was machined to fit CB200 cylinders, which were bored out to 62mm. High-dome pistons from a Kawasaki 650 were then fitted to a CB200 crankshaft, producing a displacement of 248cc. Due to the 10.5:1 compression, the engine runs on 91 octane gasoline. The 5-speed transmission also came from a CB200. 2k miles have been added since the build was completed 18 years ago. The seller adjusted the carburetors and replaced the battery, ignition coil, and inner clutch shaft seal. In the last 1k miles, the oil was also changed and the valves, timing chain, and distributor were adjusted.

1961 BMW R27

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This 1961 BMW R27 was reportedly in the same family for 40 years before purchase by the seller 5 years ago. Power comes from a rebuilt 247cc single that is said to feature a .030″ overbore, a new piston, and a head with new valves, guides, springs, and hardened valve seats. Shifting is through a 4-speed transmission. 34k kilometers (~21k miles) are currently shown, of which the seller has added approximately 1,500. This R27 is now offered with a clean Michigan title in the seller’s name.

1961 BMW R27

Finished in BMW’s traditional combination of black with white pin-striping, the fenders and fuel tank have been repainted in recent years but are now show various nicks and scratches. Features include a Pagusa solo seat, Albert headlight mirrors, and a frame mounted tire pump.

1961 BMW R27

The front end features an Earles fork leading-link suspension while the rear uses a traditional swingarm that incorporates the enclosed driveshaft. Drum brakes are fitted both front and rear, and the alloy rims wear Heidenau tires. The spokes have been painted silver, and the steering head lock has been removed as seen in the gallery below.

1961 BMW R27

The factory-supplied teardrop key is present, and the headlight shell contains a reverse sweep speedometer that reads in kilometers. The ignition switch plate and speedometer rim show corrosion, and 34k kilometers (21k miles) are currently shown on the odometer.

1961 BMW R27

The rubber insulated 247cc overhead-valve single was factory-rated at 18 horsepower and is paired with a 4-speed transmission with shaft drive. Three years ago the cylinder was reportedly bored .030 over with a new piston fitted, and the cylinder head rebuilt with new valves, guides, springs, and hardened valve seats. A running video can be seen below.

1961 BMW R60/2

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This 1961 BMW R60/2 is a matching numbers example that was purchased by the seller in November of 2018 from a long term owner. Power comes from a 594cc opposed twin with a 4-speed transmission and shaft drive. The seller recently replaced the fuel petcock, and work performed under previous ownership reportedly included new push-rod tubes with seals, a valve adjustment, and an oil change. 17k miles are shown, of which the seller has added approximately 300. This R60 is now offered with two service manuals, a tool kit, tire pump, various spare parts, and a clean Washington title in the seller’s name.

1961 BMW R60/2

The bodywork, including the 4.5-gallon fuel tank and fenders, are finished in the traditional black with white pin striping. Scratches and imperfections are visible, including paint checking at the filler neck and chips on the front fender. Features include a Denfeld solo seat, period Enduro side cases, a fender mounted parcel rack, and bar end mirrors. The seller notes the lights on the side cases are not connected, and chrome turn signals have been added to the tail light housing. A replacement housing will be included.

1961 BMW R60/2

The front end features an Earles fork and Weinmann aluminum rims. The Bridgestone Accolade tires were reportedly fitted 500 miles ago by the previous owner.

1961 BMW R60/2

The headlight shell features a reverse sweep VDO speedometer and a period chrome headlight guard. Indicator lights for charging and neutral are below the speedometer and the correct tear drop key can be seen in the ignition switch. 17k miles are shown on the odometer.

1961 BMW R60/2

The numbers matching air-cooled 594cc opposed twin was factory-rated at 30 horsepower and is paired with a 4-speed transmission with shaft drive. The seller recently replaced the fuel tap, and the previous owner adjusted the valves and installed pushrod tubes with new seals. The oil was changed 300 miles ago, and the front cover has been replaced with a later version, but the correct cover will be included. A battery tender is fitted, and a matching charger will accompany the sale.

1961 BMW R60/2

The factory tool roll is present, and the seller will include two service manuals. Extra parts consist of an engine front cover, tail light housing, headlight mirrors, and aftermarket bar-end signals. The seller will provide the Washington Collector license plate for a Washington-located buyer. A cold start video is provided below.

1948 Indian Chief

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This 1948 Indian Chief is powered by an air-cooled V-twin mated to a 3-speed hand-shift transmission. The bike was recently acquired by the selling dealer and was reportedly refurbished earlier this year by the previous owner, an Indian specialist. Work is said to have included fresh paint, new chrome, rebuilding the engine with .020-over pistons, and installing a new clutch. Approximately 50 miles have been covered since the rebuild, and this Chief is now being offered by the selling dealer with a clean South Dakota title.

1948 Indian Chief

The Chief was Indian’s flagship model in 1948 and was popular with police departments and touring enthusiasts. This matching numbers example is finished in black and features a brown leather solo seat. The seller reports the chrome has been re-plated and all hardware renewed. Accessories include front and rear crash bars, a rear bumper, and wide whitewall tires.

1948 Indian Chief

Beginning in 1940, all civilian Indian Chiefs featured skirted fenders until production ended in 1953. Hydraulically-dampened girder forks were used for the front suspension, and the seller reports the wheels have been replaced with reproduction items and new tires fitted. The hubs, brakes, and wheel bearings have also been replaced.

1948 Indian Chief

Most Indians were supplied from the factory with a left-hand throttle and a right-hand shift lever. This example has been converted to traditional right hand throttle but the shifter remains on the right. The left-hand grip is used to advance or retard the ignition, and all control cables have been renewed. Dual fuel tanks provide two gallons on the left side and an additional gallon on the right, which shares space with a 2.5-quart oil tank. A steering damper is fitted, and the 120-mph speedometer contains an odometer showing just over 50 miles, which reflects the distance covered since the refurbishment was completed.

1948 Indian Chief

The side-valve V-twin is paired with a 3-speed transmission and originally displaced 74ci (1.2 liters). The clutch is operated by the left foot and gear changes are performed with the right hand. The seller reports the engine and transmission were rebuilt and the cylinders bored .020 over. The clutch was also replaced and the wiring harness renewed. Due to the low mileage covered since the rebuild, the seller recommends an oil change be performed at 250 miles.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

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This 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon was purchased by the selling dealer three months ago from the reported second owner. The bike is powered by a 904cc V-twin with desmodromic valves and fuel injection, and a recent service included new timing belts, a valve adjustment, new spark plugs, fuel lines, a drive chain, and an oil change. A new rear tire was also fitted, and 39k kilometers (24k miles) are currently shown on the odometer. This Gran Canyon is offered at no reserve by the selling dealer in Wisconsin with an owner’s manual, tool kit, side cases, top box, and a clean Texas title.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

The Cagiva Gran Canyon was built to compete with the popular BMW GS and uses a Ducati 900SS engine as Cagiva owned Ducati at the time. Suspension was provided by Marzocchi 45mm forks and a single progressive rear shock. This example is finished in red and black, and a new rear tire has been fitted. The windshield trim is reported to have been poorly refinished by the previous owner, and internal cracks can be seen in the windscreen.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

The speedometer reads in kilometers and is supplemented by a tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline and an analog clock. The seller reports the electronic tachometer reads 0 rpm at idle, but responds accordingly when the throttle is applied. 39k kilometers (24k miles) are shown.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

The air-cooled 904cc V-twin is the same engine used in the Ducati 900SS and features desmodromic valves and fuel injection. Output was rated at 73 horsepower when new, and a six-speed transmission with a dry clutch is used to transfer power to the rear wheel. The selling dealer has recently performed a service with new timing belts, a valve adjustment, rocker arm inspection, new spark plugs, fuel lines, drive chain, and an oil change.

No Reserve: 2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

A set of hard side cases and a top-box will be included along with the mounting brackets. The top-box shows a repaired crack, and the side cases show paint loss and are noted to be missing the latches. The seller reports the latches can be sourced from any Ducati or Cagiva case. The Cagiva branded toolkit and factory owner’s manual will also be included.

No Reserve: 1985 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

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This 1985 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk is powered by a 655cc DOHC 4-cylinder with a 6-speed transmission and shaft drive. The bike was purchased by the current owner in 2018, and work since has included recovering the seat and replacement of the grips along with a tune up, new spark plugs, a carburetor cleaning, and an oil change performed by the seller. Just over 20k miles are shown, of which the current owner has added approximately 1,000. This Nighthawk is being offered on consignment at no reserve by the selling dealer with the owner’s manual, factory tool kit, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1985 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

Finished in Candy Scorpio Red, the steel fuel tank is reported to have a ding on the left side. The seat has been reupholstered with a Travelcade seat cover, and the handlebar grips have been replaced with new replicas. The brake light reflector is cracked and was repaired with adhesive by a previous owner.

No Reserve: 1985 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

The factory 4-into-2 exhaust remains fitted, and the plastic front fender is noted to show white spots in the paint. Braking is provided by hydraulically-operated dual front discs with a single drum brake on the rear wheel. Cast alloy wheels wear Continental Conti Blitz tires.

No Reserve: 1985 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

A rectangular instrument cluster contains a 140-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer backed by a grid pattern. A digital fuel gauge and gear indicator separate the gauges. 20k miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer.

No Reserve: 1985 Honda CB650-SC Nighthawk

The DOHC 4-cylinder was factory-rated at 65 horsepower and features four 29mm Keihin CV carburetors. A 6-speed transmission with a hydraulic clutch powers the rear wheel via shaft drive. The selling dealer performed a tune up this year consisting of a carburetor cleaning, new spark plugs, and an oil and filter change. The owner’s manual and factory toolkit will be included in the sale.

No Reserve: 1983 BMW R80RT

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This 1983 BMW R80RT shows just under 29k miles and was purchased by the selling dealer 2 months ago. The bike is powered by a 797cc opposed twin with a 5-speed transmission, and a tune up was recently performed consisting of a carburetor rebuild, new spark plugs, and an oil change. A new front tire was also fitted, and service records show the steering head bearings and battery have been replaced within the last two years. This R80RT is offered at no reserve by the selling dealer with the owner’s manual, factory tool kit, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1983 BMW R80RT

Finished in Pacific Blue, the RT was the sport touring version of the R80/7 that featured a full fairing and hard side cases. This example has been fitted with a pair of Sito mufflers and an aftermarket tail rack. The seller notes various paint chips in the finish and discoloration of the exhaust headers. BMW “snowflake” alloy wheels are fitted, and the front tire was recently replaced. Service records indicate the local BMW dealer replaced the steering head bearings and installed a new battery two years ago.

No Reserve: 1983 BMW R80RT

An aftermarket tail rack with backrest is fitted, and the seller reports that both BMW system cases have cracks on the lids.

No Reserve: 1983 BMW R80RT

Inside the fairing, a 140-mph speedometer and 9k-rpm tachometer are supplemented by a volt gauge and electric clock. The factory supplied folding key is present and paint loss can be seen on the rims of the gauges. Just under 29k miles are shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1983 BMW R80RT

The air-cooled 797cc opposed twin was rated at 50 horsepower when new and features dual Bing carburetors. Prior to offering the bike for sale, the selling dealer performed a tune up consisting of new spark plugs, a carburetor rebuild with new seals and O-rings, and an oil change. The owner’s manual and factory toolkit will be included. A brief walk around video can be seen below.

15-Mile 2009 Yamaha Star VMAX Customized for Jay Leno

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This 2009 Yamaha Star VMAX was customized when new by Jeff Palhegyi for its first owner, Jay Leno. The bike was then sold at a Las Vegas auction in October 2009 for $120k, which was donated to a charity on Leno’s behalf. It has resided in the seller’s Austin, Texas collection since 2013 and now has just 15 miles. Power is supplied by a 1,679cc liquid-cooled V4 coupled with a 5-speed gearbox. Modifications include custom paintwork by Benny Flores, Performance Machine wheels, and billet engine and exhaust components. This VMAX is now being offered for sale with a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.

15-Mile 2009 Yamaha Star VMAX Customized for Jay Leno

Body panels feature custom paintwork and pinstriping by Benny Flores, the details of which are shown up close in the gallery below. The mirrors were reportedly sourced from Arlen Ness, while the seat was upholstered by Howard McKee according to information provided by Jeff Palhegyi.

15-Mile 2009 Yamaha Star VMAX Customized for Jay Leno

The VMAX is equipped with an adjustable suspension and anti-lock brakes, including dual six-piston calipers up front. Custom-built Performance Machine wheels are wrapped in Metzeler ME880 tires, while billet components have been added to the engine and exhaust.

15-Mile 2009 Yamaha Star VMAX Customized for Jay Leno

Instrumentation includes a center-mounted tachometer with a 9,500-rpm redline and a digital odometer that is said to show just 15 miles. The fuel tank has been signed by Jay Leno as pictured in the gallery below.

15-Mile 2009 Yamaha Star VMAX Customized for Jay Leno

The liquid-cooled 1,679cc V4 is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and was factory rated at 197 horsepower and 123 lb-ft of torque when new. The bike was last serviced six months ago per the seller. Two videos of the motorcycle and auction from 2009 are viewable below.