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FS: 2004 Moto Guzzi MGS-01 Corsa - under 5 miles - DEAL PENDING
FS: 2004 Moto Guzzi MGS-01 Corsa - under 5 miles - DEAL PENDING Image

FS: 2004 Moto Guzzi MGS-01 Corsa – under 5 miles – ZGULRRA004M10045 – $55,000.00

How do you even begin to describe this bike?  The bike that was never meant to be??   This bike was purchased in November 2006 by a collector and has been stored away until 2014 when Moto International “woke it up” for its first time.  It was taken around the block and then placed back into environmentally controlled storage again until it arrived here at SUB last week.   1225cc of Italian Thunder, one of a kind for sure.   Bike comes with rear stand, a garage cover and a spare set of race bodywork.

Here are some bits of press on this model:

Unleashed creativity breeds the MGS/01 Corsa, a Moto Guzzi with the ultimate sporting temperament. 1225cc, 90º V-Twin. Cosworth triple ring racing pistons, and nymonic valves. One-piece carbon fiber body design. Completely adjustable Ohlins suspension. OZ wheels. Aluminum box section swing arm. MGS/01’s overall stunning aerodynamic design ensures perfect agility and performance on and off the race track.

At Intermot 2002 the MGS-01 made its debut in society. The stand where the bike was displayed became one of the main attractions at th to flow into motorcycling sites, praising the beauty of the new Moto Guzzi to an extent that surprised even the design team. Market resea motorcycle buyers held the MGS-01’s styling in great esteem. This was the stimulus to go ahead – also because customers and dealers wanted the motorcycle to go into mass production as soon as p thousands of requests. All that was left was to decide the technical specifications. The MGS-01 Corsa has more than just breathtaking lin compression three-segment Cosworth pistons, ceramic-coated cylinders and bushings replaced with bearings. The power of the engine, which “pumps” right from the lowest revs, is backed by top standard mechanics. Precise entry into bends and ro swinging fork swingarm (505 mm) in box section aluminium, improving the traction of the rear wheel and transmitting all the horsepower o behind the engine, to leave room for the 15 Litres airbox. Handling is guaranteed by the weight, kept down to just 192 kg, the wheelbase measuring just 1,428 mm, obtained by integrating the gea and back. The Brembo disc brakes with radial mounted callipers are ultra-powerful. Those who have had an opportunity to ride the MGSProject development times. The project is divided into two phases: A limited series non homologated – for racing use with 122 HP power kit; and the fully homologate Passion as a mission. The MGS-01 Corsa is a motorcycle with a sporting temperament. It is also a machine dedicated to all riders who love and understand mo tremendous competition potential and could well dominate events like the American AMA Championship.

http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/moto%20guzzi/moto_guzzi_mgs01%20serie.htm

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 - only 2,436 mi - SOLD
FS: 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 - only 2,436 mi - SOLD Image

FS: 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 – ZDMKAFCP9JB001966 – only 2,436 mi – SOLD

This great looking air cooled Ducati 1100 Scrambler just found its way into the shop.  It has only had one owner, purchased back in March of 2019 so still under factory warranty until 2021.  First completed at dealer, only modification is slightly lower bars of the 800 Scrambler.  Clean, no damage or stories to tell, all the books and keys included.  Come snatch up this like new Ducati 1100 Scrambler and go have lots of fun!!

https://youtu.be/YJON5CfGn8M

Here is what the press had to say:

As a brand, Ducati has this reputation for always being on the bleeding edge of technology, sacrificing almost anything in the name of speed and performance. So why, then, would it take an engine that it stopped using in 2013, spend a bunch of money making it noise- and emissions-legal for 2018 and throw it in a new production motorcycle? Because sometimes, nostalgia sells.

The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport is a motorcycle that, on the surface, doesn’t make a ton of sense. It’s really expensive at around $15,000, and relatively underpowered, producing just 86 horsepower at 7,500 rpm. But the second you throw a leg over it and thumb the starter lever, you’re forced to forget all of that. The Scrambler 1100 was designed to do one thing really well: make you feel good.

Everything about the bike is shaped to tug at your heartstrings and make you feel like the coolest person in your postal code. With its matte black paint and yellow accents, gold forks, big underseat mufflers and round headlight, the 1100 Sport looks like the kind of motorcycle on which your ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend would pick her up. It looks mean without trying too hard.

Financing available O.A.C.- Credits cards accepted, a documentation fee of up to $150.00 may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

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FS: 2013 Ducati Diavel "Dark" - 12,953 mi - $7,999.00
FS: 2013 Ducati Diavel "Dark" - 12,953 mi - $7,999.00 Image

FS: 2013 Ducati Diavel “Dark” – ZDM13BLW6DB015401 – 12,953 mi – $7,999.00

Check out this Ducati Diavel Dark!  Such a clean stealthy looking ride, this one has been dialed in with a Power Commander 5 to make sure it runs perfect and the rear shock was upgraded to an Ohlins to improve the ride.  All services are up to date, comes with all service documents, manuals, spare keys etc.  No damage, no stories to tell.

https://youtu.be/Z-3wnypffAk

Here are some comments from the reviews;

Total black, powerful, assertive. Sophisticated design meets the power and exuberance of 162 hp. The striking engine colour dominates the details, revealing the Diavel’s very essence.

Diavel conceptThe Diavel project was born when Ducati designers applied their wish-list of bike “basic instincts” to a blank canvas. With a “what if?” approach to creating a dream bike, they sketched inspiring shapes which became a lower and longer motorcycle. “The challenge of building a muscular silhouette over a pure-bred competition motor had to be met with determination and a delicate touch, and the result is a frontal area that looks like a power athlete on the starting blocks,” explains the team at Ducati Design responsible for the project. “With the front wheel kept close to the Diavel’s body and using the short tail of a sport bike, we were able to blend this muscular design with a chassis that matched.”

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charge

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4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 2000 Kawasaki W650 - 17,981 miles - $4,999.00
FS: 2000 Kawasaki W650 - 17,981 miles - $4,999.00 Image

FS: 2000 Kawasaki W650 – 17,981 miles – JKAEJEA19YA015720 – $4,999.00

Check out this very cool hard to find, Kawasaki W650.  This one came out of a private collection in Oregon, super clean and well maintained..

Here is what the owner shared with us;

“Owned it for 7 years. Last oil and filter service was early this spring; may have been late winter actually. My guys at CycleTune in Portland did the early baselining when I got it: carb rebuild and tuning, tune up, new air filters, etc. All Kawi parts. I added the Dart windscreen, lower Euro version Kawi handlebars and mirrors, and Kawi rear rack. Other than that, it is all stock– with those tasteful additions. It runs so well and is a pleasure to ride”

Here’s what the press had to say;

With the booming popularity of nostalgic-styled motorcycles, Kawasaki drew from the vaults of history to create the new W650. This Kawasaki W650 is reminiscent of the styling and technological design features of the Kawasaki W1 and W1SA parallel twin-cylinder motorcycles of the late ’60s and early ’70s.

Two years before John Bloor’s re-born Triumph company finally launched its own Bonneville tribute bike in 2001, Kawasaki introduced the retro-Brit W650. Yet in an interesting twist, while Hinckley had the bloodline, many feel that Big Green’s memory machine aped the original Brit twin much more closely.

Kawasaki claimed the 2000 W650 (introduced in late 1999) was intended to recall its own W1 twin of the late 1960s (itself derived from a BSA A7) rather than the Bonnie. Yet the similarities between those two were slight, owing largely to the difference between the W650’s overhead cam engine and the W1’s pushrod mill, which looked as if it had been lifted straight out of a BSA. With the W650, Kawasaki locked in the retro look so perfectly even Triumph fans often need a double-take to distinguish one from a period Meriden bike — down to the Smith’s-look-alike instruments, the Triumph-esque gas tank and badges, cigar-shaped mufflers, drum rear brake, knee pads and rubber fork gaiters.

With its long-stroke, air-cooled, 360-degree crank 650cc engine (actually 676cc), the Kawi also echoes the Bonneville’s engine spec — although with a bevel-drive overhead cam actuating eight valves instead of Triumph’s four pushrod-actuated valves. There are also five cogs in the W650’s tranny, not four. (The Bonnie finally got five gears in 1972.) With modern electrics, including a push-button starter (a kickstart is also provided), dual 34mm Keihin CV carbs, electronic ignition, engine-balance shaft and rubber mounts, disc front brake, etc., Kawasaki created a classically-styled motorcycle with none of the quirks of Triumph’s classic road burner. And ugly gas tank seam notwithstanding, the Kawi’s fit, finish and level of equipment (including nice little touches like an LCD odometer/clock and handy neutral finder, for example) also beat the period Bonnie.

The W650 offers a safe, sanitized and polished version of the British bike experience with modern reliability and a general lack of drama — a decided plus for many riders. Yet others will tell you it’s missing the raw edge that made — and makes — riding a Bonneville at its limit such an exhilarating experience. It’s Psycho without the shower scene, a Caesar salad with no anchovies, a Bloody Mary sans Worcestershire sauce. Of course, that may be how you like your thrills!

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation charge may be added.

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 1976 BMW R90S -70,845 - DEAL PENDING
FS: 1976 BMW R90S -70,845 - DEAL PENDING Image

FS: 1976 BMW R90S – 4990043 – 70,845 – DEAL PENDING

The legendary R90S, such a rich history for BMW.  Considered by most to be the first Superbike, two R90S bikes placed first and second at the very first AMA Superbike race at Daytona International Speedway in 1976. On the first place bike was Steve McLaughlin and on the second was Reg Pridmore. The first United States AMA Superbike Championship was won in 1976 by British rider Reg Pridmore on a R90S.

This gorgeous Daytona Orange example was purchased from famous restoration artist Mark Francois, he has won best European entry at Quail lodge multiple times with his famous BMW’s. Unfortunately time has not allowed this lovely machine to be enjoyed, less than 50 miles have been put on since resto work in 2019.    Seattle Used Bikes has been entrusted to find a good home this lovely machine.  If you have owned or ridden one of these, you won’t need much more of an explanation.  Come check out this near showroom new condition R90S very soon.

Here is what the owner shared with us;

“Miles show as 70k but this is essentially a brand new bike; have only had it a few months. I bought it from Mark Francois as a project of his; I did not own it before that. The total final sale price was for the bike and the work he did on it. It is a triple numbers matching, late ’76 bike. He does concourse level restorations, which include disassembling the entire bike and repainting frame and foundational parts, nickel-plating, etc. This is not a concourse level resto (frame is powdercoated vs painted, headers are original w/ patina, seat is Siebenrock, etc.– there are a lot of little things that aren’t concourse-ready, but are otherwise perfect for everyday riding and enjoyment that are still authentic and original. New switchgear, wiring, refinished instruments, including new quartz clock; new paint of course, new tires/tubes, new shocks.  There is a steering lock; the seat has a lock on it–but works without the key.  Engine is totally rebuilt, from cylinder to starter to fuel taps; new clutch and cables; new spokes laced to refinished hubs. I almost wish I’d had him put in a new odometer with 0 miles, but wanted to honor its prior life.”  There are a few items that are missing as a keen eye has already spotted.  There is no under seat tray, tool kit, pump or original owners manual.

Here is a MCN review form 2016;

No10 in RiDE’s list of icons is the BMW R90S.

Where did it come from?
Back in the early 1970s BMW suffered from a staid, sensible, beardy touring image. The R90S was a deliberate move to change that perception.

Based on the R75/5 and styled by Hans Muth, the R90S was the flagship of the /6 range, with the engine bored out to 898cc and making 67bhp at 7000rpm, with a new-for-1973 five-speed gearbox.

It was the first BMW with twin discs, had a unique bikini fairing and weighed just 200kg. Flat out, with the rider tucked behind that fairing, the R90S could top 125mph.

It was a real alternative to the superb Honda CB750 – although it cost
a lot more then the Japanese bike.

What changed? Very little, in the three years the R90S was made. The twin discs were drilled from 1974 to aid wet weather braking, and the crankshaft and main bearings were beefed up in 1975 to prevent flex at high revs. A kickstart was optional, the gearbox was  improved and the starter motor strengthened. The 1976 bikes had new crankcases, swingarm and calipers.

Why do people like it? It had traditional BMW quality – each bike was assembled by one technician. There was a truly unique airbrushed paint finish, the most popular blending from Daytona orange into smoke grey; they were all slightly different.

Cult rating 4/5 It succeeded in transforming BMW’s image, not just visually but through a return to sporting success, with excellent performances at Daytona and the Isle of Man TT races. Nowadays BMW are cool and the R90S is the coolest of them all. Much admired by BMW’s own designers, it was also the inspiration for the Roland Sands Concept 90 that paved the way for the hugely successful R nineT production bike. It has a magical mix of classic looks with modern performance and usability. Spares are available and prices solid.

The problem is… The only thing people complained about at the time was that the pinstriping on the first bikes was stuck on as opposed to being painted on, because the workers in the factory couldn’t get it straight enough.

Today the only problem with the R90S is finding £7000-£12,000 to buy one.

Without the R90S… There would have been no R100RS and consequently no S1000RR or possibly any of the world-beaters produced since the ’70s by a company energised by the R90S.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
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4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro - 6,752 mi - $16,999.00
FS: 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro - 6,752 mi - $16,999.00 Image

FS: 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro – WB10389076ZL10074 – 6,752 mi – $16,999.00

This very cool BMW just arrived on Friday, we have never had one in for sale but I have to say this bike is impressive!   It was purchased by its current owner in November of 2017 and was taken directly to South Sound Motorcycles for some love.  At that time it had 6,598 mi showing on odo so a complete 6K and annual service was performed along with correcting some other items they spotted. Then in Feb of 2018 is was brought to SUB for some cool upgrades.   We installed a Touratech Extreme rear shock and progressive springs up front with new OEM seals and oil.  We installed a lovely full Sasaki Sports Club full titanium exhaust system along with AltRider aluminum skid plate and cylinder head covers. Then to finish it off and make it ready to go explore we spooned on some nice Michelin Anakee Wild Tires on it.  Sadly since then, this HP2 has only had one ride and 153 miles put on since the work performed.  Come grab this extremely rare BMW HP2 Enduro and go explore!

Here are some quotes from riders reviews;

Why you want it?

The HP2 Enduro was meant to fulfill the dream of fans of the GS for a full-on off-road boxer that would eat boulders for breakfast and poo out pebbles. Well, that was what BMW claimed when they introduced the concept of their new HP family to the world in 2005, although they may have left out the bit about poo.   HP, which stood for High Performance, was the chance for BMW’s designers to go a bit wild and create a family of lightweight and far more aggressive machines in limited numbers. And the HP2 (with the 2 signifying two cylinders) was the first to emerge. And what a bike!

If you were into off-road riding, the HP2 Enduro was bang on the money. As well as a thumping boxer engine, the HP2 came with optimised suspension, chassis and engine to allow it to properly perform in an off-road environment. And perform it most certainly did.  Tipping the scales at 175kg dry, the Enduro was powered by a pretty standard GS engine whose balancer shaft was remove to make it lighter and have a bit more spirit and then this was placed in a Dakar-inspired chassis and fitted with long travel forks and a unique air/spring shock. In the right hands, this was a staggeringly effective package and those who liked to take on the wilderness loved the HP2 Enduro’s concept.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 1995 Ducati 916 - 14,885 - $12,999.00
FS: 1995 Ducati 916 - 14,885 - $12,999.00 Image

FS: 1995 Ducati 916 – ZDM1SB8S0SV000736 – 14,885 – $12,999.00

We are fortunate to receive another legendary Ducati 916 this year into our care to rehome.  We have not received any service history so far but seeing that the tires are new in appearance but are over 10 years old we are assuming it has not been used much over the last decade.  It is scheduled in to our service department to have a 2 year service performed, all fluids changed, new timing belts along with all the misc items we know to look for in bikes that have been stored.  We’ll leave the choice of fresh tires to the next owner, meantime we will make sure it has a clean mechanical bill of health.  If you are still waiting to check off your bucket list and own a 916 someday, this is a good one to choose, we predict they will not be going down in value if they are sound and not too heavily modified.   Don’t hesitate again.

We pride ourselves in sharing as accurate of information as possible on all motos we sell, unfortunately with this one, we did not get much of a backstory.  We see that the rear wheel is not correct for this year but everything else seems correct. This is another of the “Varese Editions” which is considered the rarest of the rare but we also see a few common little distinguishing items not quite true to how the Varase models were described.  The VIN however does indicated it was indeed produced in Varase.  Most likely the small details are due to rapid changes with vendors and suppliers in those days or trying to ramp up production.

How the journalist described these lovely motorcycles,

Thanks to the gift of hindsight, we know that the 916 was one of Ducati’s most important models of all time. But did you know that it nearly had a catastrophic beginning? Right as the production lines were spinning up to bring the world the prettiest sportbike of the decade, a fire broke out at Ducati’s paint shop in the factory in Bologna. Ducati did not let this cripple them – instead they improvised and utilized the Cagiva factory in Varese to build 2,663 of the first 916s. Per Ian Falloon, 641 of the Varese bikes were sold in the US.    You can identify the Varese-built bikes because the 11th digit of the VIN is a V.  For example, Varese bikes have a VIN tag under the tail section along with a specification tag. These tags reflect Ducati’s remaining indecision on final spec when the bikes were produced. For example, although the bikes invariably came with 190/50 rear tires, some tail spec tags on Varese bikes call for 170/60 rear tires. The bikes used hollow mushroom rivets with a flex plate to hold the belly to mid body panels as well as the windscreen on. fasteners were replaced with torx screws/wellnuts shortly after production moved to Bologna and production of the rivet fasteners discontinued. There were other differences like Pankl H connecting rods, but the net is the differences were subtle. To some these differences aren’t worth a premium but over time given the significance of the 916, these differences will tend to become more meaningful.

Here’s a cool video discussing the sheer beauty of these machines. – https://youtu.be/alx5O5TPzxY

Here is a quote from Mick Walker when the 916 came out.

“The really big news for 1994, however, was the arrival of the ground-breaking 916. This machine’s engine size matched its code number and had been achieved by increasing the stroke of the 888 from 64 to 66 mm. … This was the work of Massimo Tamburini, who has been described as one of the greatest motorcycle designers of the late 20th century – and with good cause. … To many enthusiasts around the world, the 916 was not simply the latest superbike, but the best there had ever been. It set new standards of performance, handling, and braking, but also style and charisma. … The 916 changed the face of sports bikes in a way that only the original Suzuki GSX-R750 had managed a decade earlier.”

— Mick Walker, Motorcycle: Evolution, Design, Passion

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 2016 Harley Davidson Roadster - only 681 miles! - $8499.00
FS: 2016 Harley Davidson Roadster - only 681 miles! - $8499.00 Image

FS: 2016 Harley Davidson Roadster – 1HD1LM327GC438425 – only 681 miles! – $8499.00

This one owner Roadster 1200 was purchased new in May 2016 at Lawless HD in Renton, It was used as a local commuter and only went on a couple of longer rides.  With only 681 miles, we went ahead and performed the break in service! .Looking the bike over there are no marks or signs of abuse or tip over.    We have 1 key, manuals and a clear WA title.  If you have been in the market, come checked this one out and save some $$ over a new one.

https://youtu.be/7aqt0N9CRHM

Here are some press comments;

Riding a Harley-Davidson in America is a stereotype that makes sense in practice. Our roads are straight and wide, and our love of the big and the loud fits into the Harley-design ethos. But the new-for-2016 Roadster is different. Its design and execution have one foot in Harley’s performance-oriented past, and one foot in the current international-custom scene.  It’s the most sport-oriented version of the Sportster since the discontinued XR1200. It offers an alternative to the more conventional cruiser variants such as the Forty-Eight; It’s a serious effort to reach outside Harley-Davidson’s classic customer. This was the intention, according to Harley Industrial Designer Ben McGinley; to make a more urban-minded Sportster that would reach back into the history books and take cues from early performance models and bring them into the present.

Tucked in, fast back style and corner cranking torque for a street eating machine.

The new Roadster puts a powerful new level of sport into the Sportster line-up. Its refined performance package includes 43mm inverted front forks with massive triple clamps, powerful dual-disc front brakes, premium rear suspension.  The emblematic peanut tank is perched on top of a blacked-out 1200cc EVO motor. A refined gauge cluster has been added, and the headlight is tucked in farther. The rear fender has been chopped, a new seat added, and beautiful split-five-spoke cast wheels, and clubman-ish handlebars. The end result is a mish-mash of Hooligan tracker, Cafe Racer, and original KHR. It’s difficult to pin the look down, but it all works together.  It is a better blank canvas for customization, since most parts that bolt to other Sportsters will bolt on here, too. The Roadster has a wide appeal. It is exactly what people who want a Sportster without the cruiser leanings are looking for.

Financing Available – O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

Seattle Used Bikes
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Seattle, WA 98103
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FSA: 2009 Ducati Monster 696 - 8,816 mi - $3999.00
FSA: 2009 Ducati Monster 696 - 8,816 mi - $3999.00 Image

FS: 2009 Ducati M696 – ZDM1RADN19B010421 – 8,816 miles – $3999.00

This Dark Stealth Monster 696 was purchased locally but not ridden much the last few years.  Upgraded with nice sounding Mivv carbon exhaust, a Ducati performance license plate re-locator, CRG bar-end mirrors and a Oberon clutch slave cylinder.  There is also a bike cover and battery charger tossed in.  We only have 1 key and no manual but easily downloaded of Ducati.com   We don’t see any damage, runs great and is ready to enjoy.  The big service at 7500 service was completed.

Here’s what the press had to say about this model;

“The name pretty much says it all as far as this Ducati super bike is concerned. The Monster 696 is a true beast of the open road, complete with a ’less-is-more’ philosophy that underlines Ducati’s never-ending pursuit of a genuinely compact, high performance motorcycle.  Every single component of the Monster 696 has been redesigned and redeveloped to adhere to the tried-and-tested adage of form following function. The Monster’s radical styling has also provided the inspiration for an entire after-market sector specializing in hot-rod parts for this legendary machine. For this reason, rarely do you see two Monsters the same.

When you choose to ride the Monster, you are not just choosing a bike, but an entire lifestyle. A desire to experience the exhilaration of naked power from an iconic motorcycle. The ´less-is-more´ philosophy behind all Monsters underlines Ducati´s never-ending pursuit of genuinely compact, high performance motorcycles, but these new models have succeeded in being even more ´pared down´ than their predecessors.”

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150 documentation fee may be charged

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2009 Kawasaki KLE650 Versys - 3,463 mi - $3899.00
FS: 2009 Kawasaki KLE650 Versys - 3,463 mi - $3899.00 Image

FS: 2009 Kawasaki KLE650 Versys – JKALEEA179A035834 – 3,463 mi – $3899.00

Here is a super clean very versatile fuel injected Kawasaki 650 twin.  These are so much fun and easy to ride, great head up position, comfy for long rides.  Lots of adventure accessories available for these models, great bike to go explore the PNW on. .  This bike has had a couple owners, we actually sold it this past summer and at that time it had 2,141 miles so only another 1300 or so added. A new opportunity for its owner means this one has to be rehomed again.  This is no damage or marks, current owner put a Muzzy slip on and it sounds so good now!! .  Comes with owners manual, clear WA title and 1 key, stock pipe available as well.

Come grab this one quick!  great price, clean machine..

Here are some words from the press;

The Kawasaki Versys is a versatile, middleweight street bike that was first introduced in Europe and Canada in 2006, before hitting the American market one year later. The Versys has been viewed as something of a departure from Kawasaki’s usual style, but it’s also been tremendously successful. The 2009 Kawasaki Versys is powered by essentially the same 649cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder engine that its predecessors were equipped with. That engine, which is derived from that of the Kawasaki Ninja 650R, has double overhead cams and four valves per cylinder. It provides the 2009 Versys with the kind of healthy low-to-mid range rpms that make it great for urban riding. The bike’s performance is also bolstered by a digital fuel injection system with 38mm Keihin throttle bottles that helps it minimize gas consumption while also maintaining an elevated pace on the freeway. While it’s not technically a touring bike, the 2009 Kawasaki Versys does offer an upright riding position. It also has a three-way adjustable windscreen, enabling riders of all sizes to be able to direct airflow over their heads. With relaxed ergonomics and a solid feel to it, the Versys inspires confidence in the rider and can be controlled more easily than some bikes its size. The Versys has a seat height of 33.1 inches and ground clearance that enables it to travel over different types of surfaces, while not exactly being off-road ready.

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.FS: 2016 Ducati 1299 Panigale S - 4,013 mi - $16,250.00
.FS: 2016 Ducati 1299 Panigale S - 4,013 mi - $16,250.00 Image

.FS: 2016 Ducati 1299 Panigale S – ZDM14BYW6GB004800 – 4,013 mi – $16,250.00

This is a one owner local machine, purchased new from the former Ducati Seattle.  It comes with a dark screen, CRG shorty levers (not installed yet), CRG Arrow bar-end mirrors, along with a clean Rage Cycle tidy tail kit and mirror block off plates with integrated LED signals.  We gave it a good look over in service, we found no dings, scratches or damage, runs strong!   All keys and manuals included along with stock parts.  This is a great looking and running 1299 S Panigale, don’t miss out!

Here are a few press comments;

Breathtakingly stylish, the new 1299 Panigale leaves no room for compromise when it comes to technical excellence. Such is the case of the new Superquadro engine with an unprecedented 116mm bore producing 205 hp of pure adrenaline and 106.7 lb-ft of stunning torque. State-of-the-art electronics ensure maximum control with the Bosch Inertial Platform. Ducati Quick Shift, both fast and precise, even for downshift.  The 1299 Panigale and Panigale R feature an advanced headlight with LED positioning lights, while the 1299 Panigale S uses a full LED headlight for the ultimate statement of technical cool. In the rear all models use a full LED taillight which accents the all-new split tail, while a perfectly integrated under-belly exhaust keeps the lines clean and pure. An award-winning integration of engineering and design, the Panigale gets the adrenaline flowing from the first glance.Power, agility, and sophistication, wrapped in the very best Italian style.   The 1299 Panigale, with its 1285 cm3 Superquadro engine, raises the standards once again in terms of performance for supersports bikes on the international market. Thanks to incredible torque with a value of 144.6 Nm at 8,750 rpm, a dry weight of 166.5 kg (367 lb) and maximum power of 205 hp at 10,500 rpm. With an extremely high power to weight ratio, the 1299 Panigale is a new benchmark standard for very high performance bikes.

With the 1299, Ducati pushes the characterising features of the 1199 Panigale still further forward. The 1299 is an object of desire that fills the dreams of fans throughout the world.  The 1285 cm3 twin-cylinder Superquadro provides 10% more torque compared to the power unit of the 1199 Panigale and makes for an even more responsive throttle. With the 10 hp of extra power, the 1299 Panigale exceeds a maximum power of 200 hp – an incredible level for a twin-cylinder road bike – while the updated chassis specifications make the bike more agile, at the same time providing better traction out of every corner, a condition that’s necessary in order to make the most of the incredible maximum torque value of 144.6 Nm..

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FS: 2015 Ducati Multistrada 1200S Touring - 14,571 mi - $10,899.00
FS: 2015 Ducati Multistrada 1200S Touring - 14,571 mi - $10,899.00 Image

FS: 2015 Ducati Multistrada 1200S Touring – ZDM12BWW4FB003197 – 14,571 mi – $10,899.00

Here is another great bike that made its way into SUB to help find a new home.  Look at this gorgeous red Ducati Multistrada 1200S!   This one is also equipped with Ducati Performance Touring package, which adds side saddlebags, center stand kit and heated grips.  It also has a cool carbon-fiber Ducati Performance windscreen on it, stock one also included. This is a one owner Ducati,  purchased locally and serviced at the dealer by the book. The current owner has one too many motorcycles currently and this is one of them.  All manuals, keys and paperwork included.

Here are some words from reviews.

4 bikes in 1
Ducati’s four-bikes-in-one concept is achieved by selecting from a choice of four pre-set Riding Modes programmed to instantly change the engine character and the riding parameters of the Multistrada 1200 – even while riding. The four modes are made possible by combining a number of class-leading technologies. An electronic Ride-by-Wire (RbW) system administers different mappings to regulate power delivery by interpreting the rider’s throttle input, while the world-beating Ducati Traction Control system (DTC) uses eight levels of system interaction to enhance control by reducing wheel-spin. For 2013, ABS is also programmed to offer the optimum setting appropriate to the Riding Mode selected and, for the ‘S’ versions, Sachs electronic suspension front and rear not only configures the suspension set-up with Riding Mode appropriate electronic adjustment, but Ducati Skyhook Suspension (DSS) now also instantly reacts to additional inputs to maintain overall vehicle composure for a smoother ride.

The Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring is one of the most wanted models in its class. And there is no wonder why, as it delivers first class performances, faultless ergonomics and is reliable to the core. Moreover, thanks to a long list of special features it is also perfectly suited for the long haul. Among them you’ll find panniers, heated grips and a useful center stand.   Other features offered by the Ducati Multistrada 1200 S touring include the Ducati Safety Pack (DSP), Ducati Skyhook Suspension (DSS), an adjustable windscreen Marchesini forged wheel rims, LED headlights and the Ducati Traction Control (DTC).

The motorcycle is built around an 1198.4cc, Testastretta 11° L-Twin, liquid cooled engine with 4 Desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder. The unit puts out a maximum power of 110.3kW (150HP) at 9250rpm and 124.5 Nm (91.8 lb-ft) of torque at 7,500 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed gearbox.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charge

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FS: 2000 Ducati Monster 750 - 26,806 mi - $3499.00
FS: 2000 Ducati Monster 750 - 26,806 mi - $3499.00 Image

FS: 2000 Ducati Monster 750 – ZDM1RC3L1YB007965 – 26,806 mi – $3499.00

This is a cool little red Monster!  Great sounding Conti replica exhaust from Ducati, the very popular Keihin FCR carbs upgrade are in place.  It also has a small shield up front, Ducati tach kit and cool Cycle Cat adjustable handlebars.  We spot a few other nice upgrades as well.  We just ran it through our service department, cleaned carbs, new battery, flushed all the fluids, fresh oil and filter and fresh timing belts.  This one is priced to sell, come check it out and grab an end of season deal.

Here’s a bit about the Monster series

“Flushed with the success of the M900 and M600, Ducati over-egged the pudding and in 1996 released the generally unpopular M750 Monster. Using the firm’s 748cc air-cooled engine, the M750 was basically a bigger capacity M600 and came with a single front disc and a lower specification than the M900. In 1998 Ducati launched the first of its Dark models, the M600 Monster Dark. The Dark models are,as the name suggests, more mean and moody thanks to the black paint on their frames and tank”

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FS: 2008 Ducati Multistrada 1100S - 17,010 mi - $7999.00
Reduced to $8399.00
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FS: 2008 Ducati Multistrada 1100S - 17,010 mi - $7999.00 Image

FS: 2008 Ducati Multistrada 1100S – ZDM1VACP58B020849 – 17,010 – $7999.00 

Check out this 100 rwhp Ducati Multistrada 1123cc air cooled dual spark powered TestaRosa!

Once upon a time a very dear customer came to me and to our lead tech Marty aka “The Duc Whisperer” and said he would like to have us create a no expense spared Multistrada Beast!  Keep it streetable and reliable but make that Ducati Desmodue dual spark motor pound the ground! 

We started with running in the stock motor on the Dyno and got a base line reading before we started the transformation.  A few Ducati Performance items were ordered right up, DP cams, DP wet slipper clutch and a full Termignoni exhaust.  Once the exhaust arrived, it was off to be polished after tuning bungs were carefully installed right where Marty wanted them for Dyno tuning is a few weeks.   

Then Marty began the motor transformation, this was his second  MTS1100 motor in a row he had a chance to warm over.   Motor was pulled apart and we decided to choose the various well know experts in their fields to help with the special mods this motor was going to undergo which the first one did not.  Crankshaft was sent down to Fox Performance Cranks for his Stage 3: Lighten, knife edge, polish and balance treatment along with Carillo rod installation. Next we sent the head off to a very well known Ducati guru Guy Martin. he is the pioneer of the MBP valve collet systems and his famous “TestaRossa” heads for 2 valve Ducati motors.  You can read more about this below.  

Here were the immediate results, a bit more tweaks, development and tuning continued over the next 2 years.

Tests performed on a Superflow Dyno and numbers are corrected SAE, Dynojet numbers often quoted are approx 10% higher

Stock displacement = 1078cc – Measured rear wheel SAE Hp = 78.4 – Torque = 62 ft lb. @ 4800 rpm

Current displacement = 1123cc Measured rear wheel SAE Hp = 97.4 – Torque = 71.5 ft lb @ 5800 rpm

Here is what it takes to get there;

Along the way careful attention was paid to completing break in and proper upkeep with Marty keeping a close eye on it along the way, having a real opportunity to really dial this incredible motorcycle in.   Before the first 600 mile inspection, off came the factory Ohlins forks and rear shock the S models came with and they were sent off to KFG Suspension to be tuned to the owners weight and riding style.   The mods continued, the original owner had tasteful comfort upgrades performed like CRG mirrors and Acerbis hand guards with integrated signals along with CRG adjustable levers. Next he raised the bars slightly with Rizoma taller bar risers. A DP tall windshield, a carbon rear fender. and a Rich’s custom seats makes it all come together.   According to our friend, he had some legendary road trips down South on this Multistrada connecting with old friends and riding buddies along the way.   The Ducati MTS 1123 S never missed a beat.

In 2011 with just over 10,000 miles on this angry red headed Italian, our friend was lured by the hype of the new high tech very refined and polite Multi 1200 and traded this one in with us.  Only a few additional modifications have been made over the 8 years, a custom skid plate was added for some better engine protection and some sturdy Pelcan saddlebags, with custom easily removable mounting system.  Current owner told me that on his way here to SUB he saw the odometer click over to an even 17,000 miles as he thundered through the new Seattle tunnel. 

We were excited to get this one right up on the lift and looked it over close.  We went over all the build notes that still are with it, Marty even stopped by to check it out again, we remember this bike well. It was time for another oil and filter service, timing belts, clean air filters, install new quick change chain and sprocket kit, some fresh Pirelli rubber and a good detailing.   Checked compression, still right up at 165 lbs where it should be, checked valve clearances, all in spec still as they were at the 7500 mile check. It’s held up well, nice to see it again, now to find the right home for it. 

Here’s some of what the press had to say in a review about the stock version:

We got our hands on the Ducati Multistrada 1100 S only to be again introduced with the comfortable and tall riding position that we encountered on the Triumph Tiger. Still, you get to lean slightly towards the wide handlebar, but get a very good look of traffic ahead and feel well in control over what is a big piece of Italian motorcycle.   With a claimed dry weight of only 432 pounds, the Multistrada is very maneuverable as well as inviting. It corners sharply as the Metzler tires grip on to the road very well and, at the beginning, you actually feel the need to remind yourself that this isn’t the sharp Hypermotard and start considering that there’s a fair distance to the ground, which you wouldn’t want to travel upside down.

The engine is a massive torque provider and it makes things interesting wherever you ride. Throttle response is instant and the smooth fueling won’t surprise riders, even those who aren’t that experienced. Still, you get to have a lot of fun when opening the throttle because wheelies are second nature for the Multistrada S and, given the tall riding position, you feel like you’re taking off rather than trying to unveil the sporty side of the bike that you’re riding. Starting 2,200 rpm, things become very interesting in all of the six gears, but I’ve happened to have the most fun in second, third and fourth.         At high speed, both the fairing and windscreen do their job of deflecting wind and we must say that for the average-sized rider, this turns out to be a very good choice. Tall and very tall persons will most likely find that the wind hits them straight in the helmet, not just above it, like in my case. Also, it’s easy to appreciate the fact that the mirrors are mounted on the handlebar and not on the fairing because this enables the rider to get a good look behind at all times, making the bike easy to live within city traffic at least from this point of view.

Offering 6.5 inches of front wheel travel and 5.6 inches at the rear, the Ohlins suspension ensures that the rider won’t even feel the speed bumps, not to mention the road’s imperfections. We even took the Multistrada off the “strada” for a little while and came to find that it isn’t any weaker than the V-Strom or the Tiger despite the appearances.

We appreciate the Brembo brakes, which provide all of the needed stopping power and more, but also the fact that overall the bike feels rather easy to handle and provides good wind protection while being comfortable. On the other hand, anyone could live without the tall gearing simply because this takes the best of the engine’s character. But no bike is perfect although the Multistrada is, at least in our point of view, a potential candidate for that title.

Conclusion

There have been many speculations regarding the introduction of a brand new Multistrada in 2010 and although that hasn’t concluded into a finite product just yet, we must say that the current selling ones are precisely what riders with versatility in mind expect. I believe that the previous affirmation said it all about these bikes.

Our conclusion, all of the above X 10! 

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

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Seattle, WA 98103

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FS: 1998 Triumph Daytona T595 - only 2,518 miles $7,999.00
FS: 1998 Triumph Daytona T595 - only 2,518 miles $7,999.00 Image

FS: 1998 Triumph Daytona T595 – SMT502FK9WJ063435 – only 2,518 original miles – $7,999.00

This beautiful black 1998 Triumph Daytona T595 just arrived on our doorstep last month. This is another one out of a friends private collection.  As you can see it just has a bit over 2500 original miles, it was really set up properly back when new by Scott Zollars at the Cycle Barn.  Check out the carbon fiber Dymag wheels!!  It also has a hard to find, Triumph factory carbon slip on, a remapped ECU, raised HeliBars for added comfort, with CRG bar-end mirrors and upgraded rear suspension link from Attack performance.   We just gave it a fresh service, new fluids, new Dunlop Q3’s tires and battery.   If you are a fan of the early Daytona 955i’s this is probably the nicest one available for sale at this time.

 

Here are some words from the press back then:

Golden oldie: Triumph T595 and 955i

Triumph needed to get it right first time with the T595 Daytona. Back in the sportsbike-crazy ’90s, nothing less was going to cut it. With Honda’s FireBlade having set the standard, being good was never going to be good enough. Outstanding was the only way to be.  Happily, the British bike-buying public was so sold on the idea of the forthcoming machine that Triumph’s order books filled up fast in late 1996, months ahead of the first machines being delivered at the start of 1997.   While the Blade was an inline four, Triumph opted for a triple. The brand had some heritage to look to here in that the “old” Triumph company’s valedictory bikes had been triples, the T150 and T160 Tridents, and the three-cylinder architecture had been core to the revived marque’s roadsters.   The engine developed for the T595 made a rear wheel 107bhp, putting it on a par with the FireBlade. Power is only part of the story, of course. Fuelled up and good to go, the Triumph gave away around 20kg to the Honda. To T595 riders, that hardly mattered.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

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FS: 1998 Triumph Daytona - Ex Formula Thunder Race Bike - $7000
FS: 1998 Triumph Daytona - Ex Formula Thunder Race Bike - $7000 Image

FS: 1998 Triumph Daytona Track Bike – $7000 obo

This is an off road only track bike, no street parts available.  This bike dominated at the local track in the Formula Thunder class in early 2000’s.  Once retired from active duty it was sold to its current owner in 2003.  At that time it was taken to a well known local engine builder go through entire motor and chassis and make get it ready for its last race, a 4 hour endurance race.  The motor was torn down and a full fresh build took place. Invoice provided for build.  It was then broken in on the Dyno (see chart) and off to the races it went.  Retired after the event, until it was brought in to us to find a new home.  It had sat for a few years so we carefully went over it, good compression @185-200, changed oil, filter, flushed coolant, fresh fuel and bike came right to life!

Here is a quick list of the obvious and a note from professional Triumph engine builder Scott Zollars.

  • 885cc
  • Dymag magnesium wheels
  • Rare Yoshimura full exhaust
  • Attack Performance Triple clamps and rear suspension linkage
  • Pro Circuit Suspension re-valved front and rear suspension
  • Penske rear shock
  • Brembo Master cylinder and calipers
  • 320 mm rotors with custom caliper brackets for Brembo’s

“The cylinder head is a ported 885 from a speed triple. The cylinder liners are the aluminium with nickasil coating items from the earlier generation Super 3. In particular they are all number 2 cylinder liners as they had a tighter tolerance from the factory. The pistons were from the earlier Super 3 also as they were 12-1 hi compression pistons. The cylinder head was decked when it was ported. A final compression ratio of 13.0 sounds familiar. The cams are a custom grind from web cam. The valve springs are a custom set from kibble white. The airbox is a crudely made custom item. However it proved to be very effective. The transmission gears were back cut. The shafts that the shift forks ride on were shortened to allow them to float in the case similar in fashion as to what was standard on R6’s etc. All rod and main bearings were the White bearings. Carillo connecting Rods. This is how I remember the bike being set up. Things may have changed since 2004 though” – Scott

From one of the local forums

“05-15-2005, 12:47 AM – Scott Zollars was the man behind I-90 Motorsports race 885 Daytona.  That bike dominated the Formula Thunder class at Pacific Raceway for four years.
Also he was involved with Jack Lilleys highly successful 595 Daytona. I think it was the first British bike to win a National in Eighteen years?   I know first hand that Scott is an expert with fuel injection,
electronics, motors and fabrication”

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler - Just 501 mi - SOLD
FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler - Just 501 mi - SOLD Image

FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler – SMTD44GN3JT878389 – Just 501 mi – SOLD

This cool matte green finish Triumph Street Scrambler is such an easy and fin bike to ride!  This one is still so new it’s not even had its break in service, we will make sure and take care of that as soon as its time arrives.   Unfortunately as we all go through at times, life can throw you a curve when least expected. (right after buying bike of dreams) and you have to go a different direction.   This is the case, someone is going to snatch up a nearly new Street Scrambler and be able to save $$ of buying a new.   This one is still covered under the manufacturer warranty until 11/2021.  All keys, manuals, Triumph Satchel and rear rack are included. Hurry don’t wait on this one.

Here are some press comments;

The bike feels lighter than it is, which means its weight is in the right place. A relatively low 31.1 inch seat height assists in that feeling. A 6-foot-1 dude like me can easily place both feet flat on the ground. Though those high pipes stick out a bit on the right side and may obstruct the stance of folks who are a little shorter of leg.   Wide ‘bars make for easy maneuvering and there’s a healthy amount of steering lock to allow you to wiggle through traffic. The clutch is a little off-on for my liking but otherwise low-speed work requires minimal effort thanks to a well-balanced chassis. ABS and traction control come standard, which means the Street Scrambler is pretty well equipped to handle rain-slicked city streets. Though, for pure inner-city use a rider may want to swap out the standard Metzeler Tourance tires for something a little more fit for purpose.

Backroad Scrambler

Whereas highway riding is underwhelming, all is forgiven when the road gets a little narrower and more interesting. Take this bike onto a bouncing country lane and you will get all school-girl giggly about the thing, shouting aloud: “Oh my gosh, I love this motorcycle!”  Thrilling at the torque of the engine, easily dodging big potholes and deliberately aiming for a few of the small ones, you get lost in a motorcycling experience the retains Triumph’s trademark refinement while also capturing the best aspects of a more raw, old-school machine. The exhaust is Euro 4-compliant, which means it won’t upset grandma, but still manages to offer up a great snarl.  The pipes look cool, and sound good, too. And, in case you’re wondering, on the two different occasions I rode the Street Scrambler I did not experience excessive heat on my leg.

Practical Scrambler

Triumph claim the Street Scrambler manages a whopping 74 miles per gallon, which helps mitigate the smallness of its 3.1 gallon tank. Doing some fuzzy math, I come up with just shy of 200 miles per fill up.  The bike’s clock is uncomplicated but offers you all the info you need.  Meanwhile, the ABS and traction control that come standard with the Street Scrambler help to ensure its usefulness in all on-road situations. You also get a USB port (under the seat) with which you can charge electronics. Though, I have an issue with the port: there’s not any particularly good place to store said electronic devices. You’ll need to either run a wire into your jacket/backpack or buy some kind of tiny under-seat bag. Or, perhaps, a tail pack. The passenger seat is removable, thereby making room for a luggage rack instead.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2014 Yamaha V-Star 950 Tourer - 35,412 - $5499.00
Reduced to $4999
Sale
FS: 2014 Yamaha V-Star 950 Tourer - 35,412 - $5499.00 Image

FS: 2014 Yamaha V-Star 950 Tourer – JYAVN01Y2EA001854 – 35,412 – $5499.00

This is a nice solid V-Star Tourer, it came up out of CA, it was purchased used in 2016 with 31,728 mi and once here in the NW it just wasn’t ridden much.  The V-Star was originally purchased by a man from Denmark and they set out across the USA on tour.  We see from the records it had its drove belt and pulleys replaced in the last 3000 miles.  We just ran it through SUB service, new battery, oil and filter and hydraulic flush were performed, this one runs and rides fantastic.  It is all stock, comes with bags and shield.  Come grab this nice ride and go see some country!

Here are some press comments;

STYLE FOR MILES

Yamaha’s Star Motorcycle division claims to be the top-selling metric cruiser brand, and it’s easy to see why. Star has eight model families, and a total of 22 different models to choose from, everything from the diminutive V Star 250 to the domineering, 179-horsepower Vmax.  Nestled between the 649cc V Star Custom and the V Star 1300 is the V Star 950, which has an air-cooled 942cc 60-degree V-twin with a single-pin crank and belt final drive (the same powertrain is used in Star’s popular Bolt models). Like many Star models, the V Star 950 has a factory-custom look and great attention to detail, with black-and-silver cast wheels, bobbed fenders and a low-profile gas tank emblazoned with stylish graphics.

The 942cc 60° V-twin engine is both simple and sophisticated. Sure, there’s no-fuss air cooling for traditional looks. But inside you’ll find the reason for the surprisingly spirited performance: four-valve cylinder heads, ceramic-composite-lined cylinders, forged aluminum pistons, and fuel injection. The meticulously tuned 2-into-1 exhaust system has a throaty exhaust note, and also 3-way catalyst technology to reduce air pollution.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2013 Harley Davidson Iron 883 - only 1,531 mi - $6799.00 
FS: 2013 Harley Davidson Iron 883 - only 1,531 mi - $6799.00  Image

FS: 2013 Harley Davidson Iron 883 – 1HD4LE213DC410998 – only 1,531 mi – $6799.00

Check out this blacked out Iron 883!   Current owner purchased it new at Cycle Barn is 2013, sadly only a few long rides ever happened, most was short hops in the city.  What is now an all too familiar story, work, life, responsibilities all got in the way of putting more time in the saddle.  Last few years it has been stored indoors, it looks like only modification is the flat Drag Specialties saddle.   The service department gave it a good look over, fresh fuel, new battery and an oil change to get it ready.   It does have some all too typical parking lot tip over scuff but you have to look hard to see.   This bike looks, runs and sounds great, need a low seat height?  this is the one!!

Here are some press comments;

The 2013 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 833 XL883N is an amazing way to get started with a custom motorbike. From the authentic Harley 883 cc engine to the chopped fenders to the peanut fuel tank, every piece of the Harley Sportster Iron 883 has the style you want in your custom motorbike. For a combination of style and value look no further than the H-D Iron 883.

Pure Harley-Davidson Styling – Feast your eyes on the 883cc Evolution® engine and there’s no mistaking its roots. This is authentic Harley-Davidson styling through and through with an attention to detail you won’t find from any other motorcycle company. Black powder-coated cylinders, cylinder heads and rocker covers complete the dark look while chrome pushrods highlight the iconic V-Twin. It’s a jewel machined out of metal. Pure. Dripping with power. From the classic edge of the cooling fins to the clean lines of cases and covers—the 883cc Evolution® engine makes an ironclad statement to holding on to what’s right and staying true to what satisfies the rider.

Blacked-Out Look – The Iron 883™ model is the anti-chrome motorcycle—decked in black from front to back with a defiant attitude that embraces the pure essence of riding. Black powder-coated 883cc engine with black rocker covers. Black chopped fenders that show off a lot of rubber. Black front forks with gators add an old-school look. Black oil tank cover, belt guard and drag bars. And black cast Aluminium wheels that shoot Iron 883™ motorcycle into the modern rebel culture and keeps the rebellious fire burning with plenty of freedom for customization.

Drag-Style Handlebar – The low-rise, slammed black drag-style handlebar and black finish hand controls add to the stripped down, minimal look of the Iron 883™ motorcycle. Born at the drag strip, the drag-style handlebar is an old school garage feature that puts you in a forward, aggressive riding position.

Financing Available – O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2004 Ducati S4R - 11,542 mi - $5,999.00
FS: 2004 Ducati S4R - 11,542 mi - $5,999.00 Image

FS: 2004 Ducati S4R – ZDM1RB5T34B039141 – 11,542 mi – $5,999.00

This is what I would consider a rare find.  First reason, it’s a one owner local bike, well maintained and kept with minimal but tasteful modifications.  Second reason, it is the gorgeous Blue/White color that Ducati featured as it introduced this new model to the market in 2003.  We see a few tasteful upgrades like the carbon fiber open clutch cover and an upgraded clutch slave cylinder, then there are those proper high swept Termignoni carbon exhaust, along with a Spark mid pipe getting rid of the “udder”.  This S4R has been mainly maintained over the years by its owner but major was done at dealer, a paper trail is provided..  We had a chance to look this one over, took care of a few items we spotted, did a bit of throttle body tuning to get it running just right, these are certainly one of our favorite Ducati Monster versions.    It has not seen much use the last 5 or 6 years, our last records show 10,800 miles on it in 2013, consequently we have been enlisted to find a new home.  No track days, NEVER on the ground, tool kit, manuals, code card, 2 black keys and a red key (all original) are all there along with a clean WA title. This is a sweet S4R and if you wanted one when new but missed out, here is a chance to grab a clean one owner example.

Here are some comments from the 2004 press intro;

The Meanest Monster Ever – At the limits of the Italian coastal town of Cattolica, the road opened and stretched into the distance–and suddenly Ducati’s latest motorcycle, the Monster S4R made sense.

“I cranked the throttle for the first time, and the most powerful production Monster lunged forward almost hard enough to bend its fancy new one-piece aluminum handlebar. This thing’s fast! Seconds later the S4R is still accelerating hard past 120 mph, not surprising considering its grunt comes from the 996cc desmo that recently powered Ducati’s 996 super-sport. But you only need to glance at the single-sided swingarm and stacked mufflers to realize there’s more to this Monster than a bigger motor. The Monster concept has evolved gloriously in 10 years (with 130,000 units sold since the original M900), and the new S4R is a far more aggressive machine than all its predecessors.

The S4R’s strong in the corners, too, thanks to the typically rigid trellis frame, racy steering geometry and firm suspension that copes well with everything. Weighing just 425 pounds (claimed, dry), the Monster’s reasonably light, and its wide bar gives plenty of leverage for flicking through turns.  Every time I had the opportunity to give it some stick, the S4R was brilliant fun. Those seeking a naked bike for commuter duty should consider its marginal low-speed manners and $13,495 buy-in (bikes should be available June 2003). But on the open road the S4R is far and away the best Monster yet, providing all the style, speed and Hooligan appeal required of a big, bad, naked V-twin”. – Roland Brown – Motorcyclist Magazine

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation charge may be added.

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FS: 2016 BMW R1200R - 9,349 miles - SOLD
FS: 2016 BMW R1200R - 9,349 miles - SOLD Image

FS: 2016 BMW R1200R – WB10A1400GZ197347 – 9,349 miles – SOLD

This BMW “water boxer” R1200R makes for such a great all around motorcycle, toss some bags on and go cover some ground, pull them off but maybe just leave the top trunk and you will not be late for work!  This one came to us fresh from the BMW dealer where it received the recommended annual service along with a new set of Michelin Road 5’s.   It is a one owner machine, used primarily as a commuter from Bainbridge Island to Redmond.  Owner moved back into the city and there are only so many parking spots in today’s city dwellings.

This low mileage BMW R1200R is set up for touring with a windshield and a set of BMW side case and 28 lt top case.  It includes these factory options: DTC (Dynamic Traction Control, Dynamic ESA, Keyless Ride, Headlight Pro, On Board Computer Pro, Gear Shift Assist Pro, Ride Modes Pro, Comfort Package, Touring Package, Tank Cover Pure, Navigator V GPS, Chrome Exhaust Pipe, Heated Grips, TPM (Tire Pressure Monitor), Cruise Control, Engine Spoiler and Center Stand.

In additional there are some nice upgrades as well

  • Factory Akrapovic Sport titanium silencer and carbon heat shield
  • Machine Art Moto cylinder head guards and splash guard/rear fender
  • Dynamic Mottorad turn signal bulbs on all 4 blinkers- super bright!
  • 2x ram ball mounts on mirrors

Here are a few press comments;

It was an all-new BMW R 1200 R last year, which featured the liquid-/oil-cooled boxer motor previously used in the GS and RT models. The R 1200 R has a new chassis, that includes traditional inverted forks and a EVO Paralever rear suspension system.  The power is the same as the GS models, with an all-street chassis. The R 1200 R offers traction control and electronic suspension as an option. Other forays into the BMW catalog can turn the R into a light-duty sport tourer.

There is nothing on the road that sounds like or feels like a BMW boxer twin. Just swing a leg over any model thusly equipped, turn the key — or in this case with optional Keyless Ride remote — stab the starter button, and one is treated to the unique bark of the, now, 1170cc motor.  Give it a quick rev and feel the bike’s signature tug to the left. If you are a fan, or even an open-minded newcomer to the marque, you will feel that certain something that accompanies a unique experience.   For an engine with an architecture that traces its lineage to 1923, the boxer is still remarkably relevant. Much has been improved and refined, of course, and in recent years we have seen the addition of modern add-ons such as overhead cams and, most recently, liquid cooling — but the uninitiated might ask, “Why bother?”

The answer is not only in the charm evoked by the boxer’s connection to the past, but also in the many positive practical attributes of the design — the characteristics of power production and the particular balance it has within the chassis.  The water boxer powering the all-new 2015 BMW R1200R roadster has a kind of low-end grunt that is the envy of most similarly displaced V-twins. It delivers massive thrust right off idle as it charges through the gears, yet is never harsh.  The BMW R1200R is beautifully crafted, amazingly well thought out, all-day comfortable, and ultimately a satisfying entry in the Standard category it helps define. It is retro if you want it to be, but willing, able, and modern enough to meet the demands of today’s serious riders.

Financing available OAC, Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
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FS: 2009 Yamaha Majesty 400 -12,057 mi - $2,899.00
FS: 2009 Yamaha Majesty 400 -12,057 mi - $2,899.00 Image

FS: 2009 Yamaha Majesty 400 – JYASH03Y69A008349 -12,057 mi – $2,899.00

We picked this Yamaha Maxi scooter up over the weekend, these 400cc fuel injected scooters are such a nice ride and practical commuter.  This one was used primarily for fun, seeing the sights and saving $$ at the gas pump.  Its got a large under seat storage area, along with multiple storage spots in easy reach.   It has a good maintenance history, just had drive belt, battery and a fresh set of Pirelli tires installed.  We went ahead and changed oil and filter and gave it a complete inspection.  Other than a couple of tip over marks, it all looks good and is ready to go, come check this one out soon.

Here are a few comments from a review;

At the core of that package is a 395cc, liquid-cooled, four-valve, DOHC, fuel injected, single cylinder engine.  The Majesty pumps out the power of a motorcycle with the convenience and comfort of a scooter. Offering a fully automatic transmission, an upright riding position, great weather protection, and tons of room for a passenger and gear, the Majesty breaks the traditional scooter mold and is fully highway capable

Mobile Throne. Majesty features a rugged and reliable four-stroke engine, fully automatic transmission and push button electric starter. Run at highways speeds and cruise around town, Majesty gets and estimated *51 mpg and has a 3.7 gallon fuel tank.

Enjoy lots of responsive power while you cruise effortlessly in comfort around the city or on the highway. Convenient automatic “gas it and go” transmission and unparalleled weather protection are features of this class-leading “maxi” scooter. With plenty of room for a passenger, plus huge storage space for all of your gear – not to mention the power to push it thanks to a 395cc, 4-valve, 4-stroke engine – the Majesty gives you a ride that’ll always have you grasping for new and better superlatives to describe it. The Majesty is fully highway capable, even with 2 aboard!

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
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FS: 2002 Honda XR650L - 15,751 mi - $3699.00
FS: 2002 Honda XR650L - 15,751 mi - $3699.00 Image

FS: 2002 Honda XR650L – JH2RD06012K001238 – 15,751 mi – $3699.00

This big dual sport electric start Honda XR is set up and ready to go explore.   Owner has taken good care of it, most miles have been street and light trails, bike also comes with a set of fresh knobby tires if you want to go more off road.  Here is a list that was shared on upgrades and maintenance performed.

  • New JE 10.5:1 compression piston and new valve guides (along with new seals and valve grind) at approximately 12,500 miles.
  • “Dave’s mods” performed on carburetor (drilled out holes passages in slide, re-jetted, etc.).
  • Uni filter in opened up air box.
  • XRs Only head pipe and muffler.
  • Acerbis 6 gallon tank.
  • Moose Racing skid plate, front fender mounted tool bag, and rear luggage rack.
  • CR handlebars and extended risers.
  • Completely de-smogged (air pump and all plumbing removed).
  • Pirelli MT 43 trials tires currently mounted, fresh, never mounted, still in bubble wrap Dunlop D606’s included.
  • Dual bead locks on both wheels (to keep them balanced for street riding)
  • Brand new brake pads, chain, and sprocket.

Come grab this bike just in time for some great fall exploration!

Here are a few press comments;

A recipe which closes to dual-sport perfection, the Honda XR650L is almost unchanged during the past years, and the 2002 model year makes no exception.A thumper which proved its sturdiness and resilience in the most grueling off-road rallies, the XR650L still offers road-worthy comfort and this makes it a great all-rounder, if a bit of av overkill one.  You want a dirt bike-but you don’t want all the hassles of a pickup truck, trailer, loading ramps and tiedowns. Well check this out: The XR650L is a true dirt bike with lights. It’s as capable off-road as it is on the pavement.   Still, you can enjoy riding asphalt roads to reach your next adventure, or load up a luggage system and get ready for your next continent-crossing adventure.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation charge may be added.

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Seattle, WA 98103
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FS: 2008 Yamaha FZ6 - 23,025 mi - $2,799.00
FS: 2008 Yamaha FZ6 - 23,025 mi - $2,799.00 Image

FS: 2008 Yamaha FZ6 – JYARJ13E38A003929 – 23,025 mi – $2,799.00

These are such a great multipurpose, go-anywhere do-anything middleweights.  We get one or two of these in each year and they are super reliable fuel injected motorcycles.   This particular one has a great sounding Scorpion exhaust, the rest of the bike is all original.  There are a couple of small scratches but very minor, we didn’t get much history on this one but we did have service perform and basic oil/filter service and check over.   Meantime, come check this one out, we priced it sell quick.

Here is what the press said about these:

Life, as we know, is full of compromises. In a perfect world, each of us could afford a bike for going to work, one for track days, one for touring and another for carving canyons on the weekends.  That’s where Yamaha’s FZ6 – affectionately know as a “Fizzer” – comes in. Introduced in 2004 as a budget-priced middleweight 600cc sportbike and powered by the previous year’s YZF R6 engine, it combines many of the attributes of a sportbike with an everyday commuter.  Twin cat’s-eye headlights, the front fairings, and the under-seat exhaust with dual outlets give the FZ6 the appearance of a full-on sportbike. Viewed from the side, the exposed engine and taller handlebar confirms that this is a semi-naked standard machine, but the absence of the Yamaha name keeps onlookers guessing what it is. The only major clue is the tuning-fork logo, which caused many to ask what brand it is. Their general consensus: the FZ6 is an attractive machine that looks more expensive than it is.

The FZ6 essentially mirrors its older, larger sibling, the FZ1. Both are semi-naked sporting machines with an engine retuned for greater mid-range power, and more-comfortable ergonomics than the sportbike that provided the power plant.  At lower speeds the engine is very smooth and lively and yet it can be lugged down to about 30 mpg in sixth. Midrange power is decent, but for quick passes you’ll want to shift down a gear or two. It really starts to make some power above 7,500 rpm, pulling strongly on up to its redline at 14,000 revs.

We found the FZ6 to be well made with quality components and displaying excellent fit and finish. It runs well, has ample power, very good handling and braking performance, long range, and comfortable ergonomics. If you are in the market for a modestly priced motorcycle that can pretty much handle all street-riding chores, this Yamaha should be at, or near, the top of your list.

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