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

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, MGS-01, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati, BOTT

 

FS: 2016 Ducati 959 Panigale - 2,440 miles - $11,799.00
FS: 2016 Ducati 959 Panigale - 2,440 miles - $11,799.00 Image

FS: 2016 Ducati 959 Panigale – 2,440 miles – ZDM14B1W4GB003249 – $11,799.00

This is a very clean, barely ridden 959 Panigale Superbike!  It was purchased locally and maintained at dealer, its current owner is just not riding it enough to justify keeping it.  Now it has been entrusted to us to find it a proper new home.  All stock except for the ASV levers and the tail chop.  Stock parts including passenger pegs are all included.  All services up to date, 2 year annual service just performed at 2275 mi

Here is how the press describe this lovely bike,

Ducati set out to make a bike that was the perfect balance of racing and street riding, with a blend of performance, power, and thrills mixed with usability, safety, and control.    The 959 actually isn’t all that different from the 899 Panigale it replaces, with Ducati giving it a slightly more “evolved” engine, a slightly updated design, and a few finishing touches.

The Specs That Matter

As we intimated when we first heard news of the bike, the “little” Panigale grew not out of the traditional need for more power, but because Ducati is updating their lineup to meet Euro 4 emissions standards and the Italian brand refused to launch a “new” motorcycle that made less power.    The 955 cc 90-degree V-twin Superquadro engine now makes 157 horsepower and 79 pound-feet of torque, a six and eight percent bump over the 899. It gets new head and case covers, as well as a new timing chain, gears, and guides so it can meet Euro 4 emissions and sound requirements.

The extra displacement comes from an increase in stroke which, while it normally adds top end power on most bikes, actually contributes to beefing the low and middle range thanks to the addition of “showerhead” style fuel injectors. It also gets a slipper clutch, high-flow filter, and the exhaust system from the 1299 which increases to 60 mm in diameter.

Fitted with a new, more powerful engine with slipper clutch, ready to unbridle a racing attitude. Built on an improved chassis integrating a monocoque frame, together with fully adjustable suspension. Poised between road and track, between pure performance, technology and effortless handling, the 959 Panigale sports a breathtaking design. The ideal adrenaline-booster in the form of a Ducati superbike.

Financing Available – O.A.C. – 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
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook and the Web

tags: desmo, Ducati Superbike, 959, 899, Panigale, Ducati, Italian bikes, sportbike,  used V-twins, ducati959, ducati, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders, ducatilove, ducatistagram, desmonorthwest, ducatisuperbike,

FS: 2009 Suzuki SV650SF - 8,333 miles - $3299.00
FS: 2009 Suzuki SV650SF - 8,333 miles - $3299.00 Image

FS: 2009 Suzuki SV650SF – JS1VP53A792100823 – 8,333 miles – $3299.00

This good looking SV650S is one of the more popular used bikes in the market, great first sportbike and affordable!  This particular one is a local bike, has a good service history and is ready to go enjoy.  Its current owner has moved up to a Triumph Adventure bike for his next ride.  This SVS runs and looks great, minor tip over scratches on both side of the lowers but no cracks or any serious damage.   This generation SV’s are fuel injected models and are very easy bikes to live with and keep maintained.  We just ran this one through our service department, cleaned it all up and installed a fresh battery, all the rest of it looks great!   Come grab this great bike while it lasts!

Here is what the press say about these;

Welcome to a bike that combines middleweight agility with V-twin power – and tops it all off with aggressive and sporty styling.   Middleweight sport bikes are known for their responsive handling, and the SV650S is engineered to set the standard for its class. With its light and rigid aluminum-alloy truss frame and technically advanced suspension front and rear, it invites you to carve up the canyon roads with complete confidence.  The SV650S offers an equal measure of V-twin excitement. It’s loaded with advanced designs, starting with a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine that boasts a wide powerband with crisp throttle response and strong acceleration in every gear. What’s more, its 90-degree V-twin design offers perfect primary balance, which results in smooth performance and comfortable open-road riding.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation fee may be charged
Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: Yamaha, r1, zx, Kawasaki, ninja, classic, Sportbike, craigslist, cycletrader, ebay, CBR, Suzuki,  KTM, Ducati, Yamaha, Yamaha R3, ZX, Ninja, Sportbike, 2006, gixer, gixxer, GSX-R750, Suzuki, Bikes

FS: 2014 Moto Guzzi Griso 8V SE - 7,255 miles - $6999.00
FS: 2014 Moto Guzzi Griso 8V SE - 7,255 miles - $6999.00 Image

FS: 2014 Moto Guzzi Griso 8V SE – ZGULSU024EM200165 – 7,255 miles – $6999.00

Check out this great looking Griso from Moto Guzzi!  This Griso was purchased new in 2016 and has only had one owner and not a ton of miles put on. These bikes make for a great comfortable bike in the city or on long trips, they sit fairly upright and comfortable. This particular one is all original condition, no blems or stories,  oil, transmission and final drive all just changed, this Griso is ready to go and enjoy!    Comes with both keys and manuals. Clean WA state title.

Here is what the press had to say about these:

Originally launched in 2004, Moto Guzzi’s Griso isn’t new to the scene. The bike’s styling is so uncategorizable and timeless, it looks contemporary whether parked next to a BMW R nineT or KTM Super Duke R. Beauty’s in the eye of the beholder, and whether you love it or leave it, you certainly can’t say it looks dated.   The Griso 8V SE might well be one of the most unique and captivating motorcycles to come out of the Mandello Del Lario factory. The bold character expressed in the nonconformist styling of the Griso is given further emphasis by the aggressive new Black / Silver color concept in a matte tone that flows elegantly with the numerous black painted metal elements such as the frame, wheels, steering plates, handlebar and instrument panel covers.

Powered by a modern transverse 90° V-twin “Quattrovalvole” series engine developing a peak power of approximately 110 hp at just 7500 rpm, the Griso 8V SE dominates the road with silky smooth power delivery and a commanding presence, inviting the rider to delve into the ability of the outstanding chassis to keep all those straining horses in check.

This is all thanks to the chassis, with twin overhead tubular elements in high tensile steel and the generously sized lateral reinforcement of the lower cradle, with ribbing that is much more than just an aesthetic suggestion but actually designed to confer extremely high torsional rigidity to the bike as a whole. The geometry has been defined for maximum stability, with a headstock inclined by of 26° resulting in a trail of 108 mm and a wheelbase of 1544 mm. Nonetheless, the Griso 8V SE is surprisingly nimble and sincere, rewarding the rider with lightning fast directional changes.

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

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, Griso8v, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati

FS: 2013 Kawasaki EX300 Ninja - only 5935 mi - $2999.00
FS: 2013 Kawasaki EX300 Ninja - only 5935 mi - $2999.00 Image

FS: 2013 Kawasaki EX300 Ninja – JKAEX8A19DDA13641 – only 5935 mi – $2999.00

A bit of a late arrival this season, just got in this great first sportbike! this one has under 6000 miles, Leo Vince carbon exhaust, fuel injected, easy to handle bike! There are couple of scratches from 1st owner but just cosmetic. It’s priced accordingly at $3150.00. Don’t miss this deal!

Here is what they say in the press about these models.

Quick, Strong, and Easy… The Ultimate Lightweight Sportbike After years of unchallenged domination, the best-selling Ninja® 250R sportbike had finally begun to see competition from other manufacturers. Make no mistake – it still outperformed the challengers by a significant margin on the open road – but why simply outperform, when you can totally dominate? The new 2013 Ninja® 300 thoroughly dominates its lightweight sportbike competition on the performance front, while significantly upping the ante for refinement, ease of use and overall practicality. Thanks to a new digital fuel injection system, and a new F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions, this new 300 is the best lightweight sportbike, by far, when it comes to overall performance and sporting capability.

Financing available O.A.C. – 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: 1997 Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i - 34091 mi - $6500.00
FS: 1997 Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i - 34091 mi - $6500.00 Image

FS: 1997 Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i – ZGUKFAXFXVM111716 – 34091 mi – $6500.00

This gorgeous Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i just got brought to us to rehome.  It was originally purchased at Moto International and had most of its service performed by them..  Its current owner has not owned it long so we are still digging into all the details.  The bike looks to be in fantastic condition and will be given a thorough look over by SUB service department next week.  We are also led to believe there was some sort of speedometer failure and the miles reflected are more than what is actually on this bike.  More info to come.

Here is what the press had to say about this series of Guzzi’s;

Moto Guzzi’s 1100 Sport Injection was an attempt to produce a sporting machine using the firm’s dated OHV engine design. Launched in 1996 as a replacement for the carburettor-equipped 1100 Sport, it was a budget version of the powerful Daytona 1000 race replica. While the Daytona had an OHC four-valve design, the 1100 Sport stuck with the OHV design common to the rest of Guzzi’s range. The chassis was equipped with high-quality WP suspension and lightweight wheels wore sporting radial tyres. The result, with the slow-reving, rather agricultural engine, was a sportsbike full of character which could be ridden surprisingly quickly on the road, where its extra weight ensured a stable ride through fast bends.

Big, simple, handsome and strong, the 1100 Sport was a mid-’90s sports bike of the old school.  Its engine was essentially that of the faithful two-valves-per-cylinder Le Mans sportster, with bore and stroke increased to give a capacity of 1064cc. The Sport’s larger pistons also gave a reshaped combustion chamber. Other changes including revised camshaft design and a lighter crankshaft combined to produce Guzzi’s most powerful two-valve motor yet, its claimed peak output of 90bhp being 5bhp lower than the Daytona’s figure. This new engine sat in a steel spine frame closely related to that of the Daytona, and used a similar suspension combination of 41mm Marzocchi forks and remote-reservoir rear shock from Dutch specialists White Power. Wheel sizes remained 17 inch front and 18 rear, the Sport’s only cycle-part change being that its four-piston Brembo front brake calipers gripped larger, 320mm discs. The Sport’s subtle restyle incorporated a new seat unit that made room for an occasional pillion while maintaining a lean and purposeful look

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

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, MGS-01, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati, BOTT

FS: 2000 Ducati 748RS -  ZDMH300AAYB000645 - Track Bike only - $14,000.00
FS: 2000 Ducati 748RS -  ZDMH300AAYB000645 - Track Bike only - $14,000.00 Image

FS: 2000 Ducati 748RS –  ZDMH300AAYB000645 – Track Bike only – $14,000.00

This is another bike from our friends private collection of very special bikes.   A very limited edition 2000 Ducati 748RS.   Ducati produced a very limited run of 748RS machines (around 15 first year), which were intended as full racing machines and as such came with no road-going equipment. The engine internals and components were vastly different from any road-based Ducati, using a variety of light-weight, high-strength materials making them extremely expensive to purchase, run and maintain. The RS came with a 54 mm exhaust system and a slightly smaller size and gauge of Chromoly tubing was used on the frame to reduce weight even further.

This particular bike was campaigned in Southern California in the AMA Pro Thunder series back in the day.  Sadly, in the early 2000’s, the owner of the bike passed while racing an SV650. The ‘RS sat unused for several years until GP Motorcycles in San Diego was tasked with making it ready for sale on behalf of the former owner’s family.   It was purchased by our customer in 2007 as a local track day toy.   He immediately shipped it to Mark Sutton at the DucShop in the Atlanta area for a freshen-up.   They found the motor to be a bit tired so it was decided to build an 853cc trackday weapon out of the ‘RS motor. No expense was spared in order to create one serious package, we have full build receipts as well. . $6500 later it was shipped back to Seattle and has been in storage here ever since.  Sadly never making its way back to the track.  The only use the bike has seen since then was on the dyno and around the DucShop parking lot.    There were some upgrades performed along the way, the previous owner upgraded the bike with an even larger kit radiator from a 996RS and the longer magnesium swingarm.  Along with Superbike spec Marchesini magnesium wheels with a 16.5″, we also have a new 17″ in a box available for sale..   Also if someone is serious about tracking this bike, there is a 2nd fresh 748RS crate motor available as well, it too was completely gone through and broken in at DucShop.

Sold with Bill of Sale only

No Financing options available on this one

Credits cards accepted.
Up to $150.00 documentation fee may be charged.

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: desmo, Ducati Superbike, 748RS, Ducati Corse, Ducati, Italian bikes, sportbike,  used V-twins, ducati748, ducati, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders, ducatilove, ducatistagram, desmonorthwest, ducatisuperbike, ducshop, WMRRA

FS: 2006 Ducati PS1000 Limited Edition - 7604 miles - $24,000
FS: 2006 Ducati PS1000 Limited Edition - 7604 miles - $24,000 Image

FS: 2006 Ducati PS1000 Limited Edition – ZDM1WABP96B001555 – 7604 miles – $24,000

This beautiful Ducati Paul Smart Limited Edition came out of a good friend’s private collection.   All of his bikes are generally rare hard to find models, this is one of the 3 machines brought to us to get ready to sell and find good homes for.   This bike has been in climate controlled storage since it was purchased by current owner 7 years ago.  Sadly he only rode it less than 5 miles before it went into storage.

Our lead Ducati tech Pete just performed a full factory recommend 6000 mile service while paying special attention to anything showing signs of wear or aging.  A bit over $2200 was spent making sure everything was right before it moves off to a new owner.  The plastic fuel tanks on the Ducati Sport Classic series along with a few other models are known for having issues with the heavily laden ethanol fuel we are forced to deal with in the US.  This particular fuel tank was a brand new warranty replacement, from Ducati when the owner purchased the bike 7 years ago.  At that time he had it lined with Caswell tank sealer, it was just installed on the bike for the first time when we got it ready to go.   The bike is all stock, no modifications.  At this time we only have 1 black key and the one red key.  No cover, no stand, no manual.  Once the owner gets back into town he will try and put his hands extra key and anything else he may have.

There is so much information out there about these models but here is a bit of the history.

From Wikipedia –  “The Ducati PaulSmart 1000 LE (PS1000LE) is a retro-styled motorcycle built by Ducati in 2006 to commemorate Paul Smart’s win at the Imola 200 race in 1972, a win that helped define Ducati’s future approach to racing. The bike is styled in the fashion of the Ducati 750 Imola Desmo race bike that Paul Smart rode to victory, and the 1974 750 SuperSport it originally inspired. It is one of the SportClassic series designed by Pierre Terblanche”.

“Ducati has not invented the nostalgic “retro” formula, of course. In the last few years we’ve seen the “new Beetle” and the “new Mini” cars, and in the two-wheeled world, Triumph is having a ball with their “new twins” success. Ducati’s move was kind of expected and upon seeing the first photos of the “Sport Classic” series from Tokyo’s 2003 show.  It’s a kind of a rolling memorial to a tool that showed the rest of the world how its done in Bologna but it still isn’t really the real thing, i.e. a true bevel drive Duc.  Talking about the real thing, one blood connection that can’t be denied is the fact that the air cooled belt drive mills were designed by the man himself, Dr. T, his very last engine before retiring from Ducati, the same Doctor T that was standing next to the pit wall on that great day.

Ducati produced exactly 2,000 units of the Paul Smart 1000, hence the Limited Edition moniker. That’s about twice the amount of 750SSs ever produced between 1974/78, and you can bet that they will all be gone pretty quickly. It’s not a bike that will change the fate of Ducati, but nevertheless, you can’t but appreciate the total effort, dedication, and the fanaticism with which the guys from Bologna decided to honor the past. The very fact that this bike exists and the way it taught a lesson in history did me a lot of good”.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: desmo, Ducati Paul Smart, Ducati PS1000LE, Ducati, Italian bikes, sportbike,  used V-twins, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders, ducatilove, ducatistagram, desmonorthwest, ducatisportclassics

FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie - 24,653 mi - $8195.00
FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie - 24,653 mi - $8195.00 Image

FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie – 24,653 – ZDM1MB4P4NB001373 – $8195.00

Here is another spectacular Ducati from the 90’s for sale.  This is not a bike you see come up for sale very often.  The 907 Paso is fuel injected, comes with 17″ wheels and is a very decent handling Sport Touring bike.   Current owner has had the bike for close to 10 years and recently upgraded to a new Ducati SS.  He has taken proper care of it over the years, cleaned up aging parts like wheel paint, new rotors up front, tires and chain kit in last 2000 miles. Valves and belts last at 18K.  This 907ie is very clean, no apparent cracking or spidering on bodywork.   Comes with a set of original exhaust, a service manual and a factory wire harness he saw available on ebay.     Last year he has 2wheel Dynoworks install a power commander and they improved overall running and gained a few hp, it runs fantastic!

Here is a bit of history on this model from Ian Falloon:

After two years, the 906 Paso was replaced by the much improved 907 I.E. for 1991. This drew on the engine and chassis technological improvements of the 851, and the resulting 907 I.E. was finally a homogeneous sport-touring motorcycle that could compete with anything on offer from Germany or Japan. The liquid-cooled engine of the 906 carried over to the 907 I.E., but there were stronger crankcases with more extensive internal webbing and ribbing, especially around the cylinder support base. The clutch was also revised for 1991, with the 907 I.E. (like the 1991 900 Supersport) having a new 16-plate type. The intake system was completely revised, with the air intakes re-positioned up by the steering head, drawing in cold, dense air. Adapting the single-injector Weber electronic fuel injection system of the 851 Strada to the two-valve 906 engine provided vastly improved engine operation. The 907 I.E. received more reliable Veglia instruments, but all other electrical equipment was shared with the 906 Paso. While the rectangular-section steel double-cradle frame was that of the 906, the longer aluminum swingarm and axle adjusters came from the 851 Strada. The front suspension was the same as before, but with 10mm-longer fork legs so that the larger wheel/tire combination would clear the engine on fork compression. There were also changes to the wheels and brakes, with three-spoke Brembo (3.50 x 17 and 5.50 x 17) wheels, and larger stainless-steel front discs with Brembo four-piston P4.32d calipers. At the rear the disc was reduced in size to that of the 851, with a smaller P2.105N Brembo caliper. The larger wheels (and longer swingarm) led to an increase in both wheelbase, but the steering and handling characteristics were vastly superior to those of the 906 Paso. While the style of the bodywork was similar to the 906, the solid 907 I.E. screen incorporated a NACA duct, supposedly to smooth the airflow. The 907 I.E. continued for 1992 with only minor changes. There was a minor clutch update during the year, and the front brakes were upgraded with larger discs and gold Brembo P4.30-34 brake calipers. The 907 I.E. wasn’t as popular as anticipated, although it offered improved power and reliability, plus more sophisticated rear suspension than the Supersport models. The 907 I.E. was a very well-developed all-round motorcycle, with excellent handling and comfort, but it was discontinued during 1992. There wouldn’t be a replacement sport touring Ducati until 1997. Source Ian Falloon

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: desmo, Ducati Superbike, 907ie, Ducati, Italian bikes, sportbike,  used V-twins, ducati paso, ducati, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders, ducatilove, ducatistagram, desmonorthwest, ducati sport touring

FS: 1982 Honda CB750F SuperSport - 8441 miles - $5,199.00
FS: 1982 Honda CB750F SuperSport - 8441 miles - $5,199.00 Image

FS: 1982 Honda CB750F SuperSport – 8441 miles – JH2RC0405CM301909 – $5,199.00

This very clean Honda Supersport brings back lots of memories of Honda’s HRC racing efforts with Freddie Spencer in the early 80’s…  This particular bike has gone through a full restoration over the past 10 years, carbs are updated to the fabulous Keihin CR Specials,  a Moriwaki hand made 4-1 exhaust was installed along with K&N filters, this Honda Supersport runs and sounds fantastic!     SUB-moto service just took care of some final details, this bike is ready to go!!   Fresh paint and a super clean bike make this a real good looking ride, don’t miss out on owning this classic Honda!

Here’s some history on this model:

The 1979-82 CB750F brought Honda closer to making no-excuses all-around performance bikes that completely eclipsed the competition from Europe, which it and other Japanese manufacturers would do during the 1980s. During that decade, Honda and the other Japanese manufacturers released a succession of four cylinder sport bikes that established them as the undisputable leaders in high performance motorcycles: the Suzuki Katana in 1981, the Kawasaki Ninja and the V4 Honda Interceptor in 1984, the Yamaha FZ series in 1986, and the inline four Honda Hurricane in 1987.  The CB750F with its DOHC 16 valve four, improved frame and suspension, and triple disc brakes represented a step from the 1970s UJMs to these sport bikes of the 1980s.

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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tags: Superbike, CB750F, sportbike,  classicsportbike, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders, hondalove, raresportbikes, freddiespencer, HondaSBK

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FS: 1997 Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i - 34091 mi - $6500.00 Image
FS: 1997 Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i - 34091 mi - $6500.00
FS: 1997 Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i – ZGUKFAXFXVM111716 – 34091 mi – $6500.00 ... Read More
FS: 2000 Ducati 748RS -  ZDMH300AAYB000645 - Track Bike only - $14,000.00 Image
FS: 2000 Ducati 748RS -  ZDMH300AAYB000645 - Track Bike only - $14,000.00
FS: 2000 Ducati 748RS –  ZDMH300AAYB000645 – Track Bike only – $14,000.00 ... Read More
FS: 2006 Ducati PS1000 Limited Edition - 7604 miles - $24,000 Image
FS: 2006 Ducati PS1000 Limited Edition - 7604 miles - $24,000
FS: 2006 Ducati PS1000 Limited Edition – ZDM1WABP96B001555 – 7604 miles – $24,000 ... Read More
FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie - 24,653 mi - $8195.00 Image
FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie - 24,653 mi - $8195.00
FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie – 24,653 – ZDM1MB4P4NB001373 – $8195.00 ... Read More
FS: 1982 Honda CB750F SuperSport - 8441 miles - $5,199.00 Image
FS: 1982 Honda CB750F SuperSport - 8441 miles - $5,199.00
FS: 1982 Honda CB750F SuperSport – 8441 miles – JH2RC0405CM301909 – $5,199.00 ... Read More