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Currently in Australia there are barely any 748’s for sale, so don’t miss the opportunity to own this premium example, one that will satisfy the most particular purchaser. New stanchions, springs and seals etc, etc Too much to list. This bike of Dave’s looks stunning, and has obviously been whacked hard with a heavy wallet in recent times. SELLER SAYS: Bimota DB7 Oronero, Number 31 of 31 made. Set of race fairings and exhaust, used on track once. I can’t believe how cheaply these things are selling. The four carbs have been completely rebuilt and balanced, engine and gearbox rebuilt and hand polished. At 164kg and with 195 horsepower (not enough, apparently. I found a detailed article on the 1199 from when it was released back in 2011; read it here. Engine stroked from 883 to 1200cc, very throaty sound and designed for faster take off response. Progressive shocks (lowered) give a very comfortable ride. SELLER SAYS: For sale is my immaculate 2010 Ducati 848 with all the fruit: Carbon fibre fairings, colour matched lower fairing, Termigoni exhaust, ASV brake and clutch levers, passenger footpegs (OEM), rear pillion seat for passenger (OEM), pillion seat cover, Ducati battery trickle charger. This one of Rick’s looks gorgeous, with change from ten grand. This bike comes with some extras which makes this bike great value, including electric heated grips, leather tank cover, gel-filled rider’s seat with adjustable backrest, full windscreen, interchangeable half windscreen, full bike cover, and leather Panniers. EDITOR’S COMMENT: There are many cruisers on the market these days, but Triumph’s 2300cc Rocket grabs attention like no other. With a jaw-dropping 221 Newtons of torque at just 2,750rpm, the monster triple goes like a, well, rocket when you lean on the throttle. Has original wheels, mufflers, switches, pegs, forks, carbs (recently cleaned), engine and headlight, but most else has been replaced or upgraded.

Assistance with interstate shipping can be arranged. Starts and rides perfectly, better than new, with all the right mods. Not in a rush to sell, comes with factory cover etc. EDITOR’S COMMENT: Anything wearing a Bimota badge is a special thing indeed, but this DB7 is especially special. Honda’s answer to the Ducati 916, the SP2 (and its predecessor SP1) were created to win a World Superbike title – and it did in 2002, with Colin Edwards behind the bars. Comes with a file of receipts and records collected over the years. EDITOR’S COMMENT: I can hardly believe we have Rickmans on offer here on Bikes For Sale; this Kawasaki and a Honda further down the page. (And if you’re cranky about Ducati abandoning the L-twin, you’ll enjoy our rant and rave here.) SELLER SAYS: Beautiful one-of-a kind bike, stripped down to the last bolt and rebuilt into this one-off show-condition bike. EDITOR’S COMMENT: Building a cafe racer is fraught with risk. Badlander seat with quick release pin and rear pegs for passenger. There’s a good review here (and be sure to read the owner comments down the bottom of the story). It’s visually dominating, it’s comfortable, and it sure has presence on the road. By comparison, Harley’s not-to-be-sneezed-at V-Rod produces 111 Newtons at 7,250rpm. Custom mirrors, fender, seat, battery box, paint (by Motorcycle Panel & Paint).

In August 2017 a full service including new timing belts was completed by Corse Motorcycles. Classic styling and speed that saw CB500s such as this entered in the TT Isle of Man in 1973. Unlike the owner, it is a low mileage machine and rides clean and smooth. Several CB500 machines had glory on the Isle in the early ’70s. Full service history and just had its annual service. Features include electronically adjustable Ohlins suspension, Brembo brakes, Termignoni exhaust, Ducati comfort seat, adjustable Evotech levers, tinted screen, carbon fibre heat shield. Just about everything you can do to this bike has been done. EDITOR’S COMMENT: Very cool modern-day Sportster, beefed up with a bunch more cubic inches and plenty of mods cons. Contact Rick on 0406529601 EDITOR’S COMMENT: I think Ducati’s 848 has become my favourite mid-size second-hand sports bike. ) engine, they are proper fast, sweet handling, very light, and just stunning to look at. This looks like a much-loved and lightly-used example of the breed. Amazingly she feels as light as a 250cc bike when she is up and running in city traffic.

With a rich racing heritage, these ‘R’ models are destined to appreciate in value. EDITOR’S COMMENT: The forerunner to the Commando, the 750cc Atlas ran from 1962 to 1968 and, apart from Norton’s works race bikes, was responsible for the global adoration of the so-called ‘featherbed’ frame. Comes with standard tank currently fitted and carbon tank as well. EDITOR’S COMMENT: I know modern Fireblades aren’t all that difficult to find, but I invited George to list this ’08 model on Bikes For Sale because I reckon this model — and especially in this colour combo — is the best-looking ‘Blade ever produced. This CB has been lovingly brought back to life since purchasing it from the previous owner. Bill Smith won the 1973 500cc TT Production race on one, 8.2 seconds ahead of second place Stan Woods on a two stroke Suzuki T500 twin. All stock parts available including fairing winglets. Available for viewing at Corse Motorcycles in Bayswater. EDITOR’S COMMENT: With Ducati announcing its future superbikes will be V4s, the Panigale looks set to go down in history as the pinnacle of twin cylinder bike engine development. And it handles like it was built for the racetrack, which it was of course. Learn more about the 2013 Sportster here and about the Sportster’s long heritage here. And now with a few years under their belt, prices have come down to maybe-I-can territory. She has always been garaged and has received the best of care since she was first registered.

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It has many additional carbon pieces by Ducati Performance such as air tubes, rear fender, chain guard etc. Dyno tuned with Dynojet Power commander and flat gear shift fitted, plus free flow race air filter. Very enjoyable bike to ride with more horsepower then you ever need. Rumours persist of an all-new Hayabusa coming soon. That bike got trophies flowing back into the Ducati cabinet and, as sure as night follows day, the sales figures recovered and the good ship Ducati had wind in its sails again. You sure aren’t likely to park alongside another one out front of the Dome cafe! Excellent roadholding, cornering and low speed stability. Automatic and manual gear shift, shaft drive, powerful engine and good fuel economy. No rips or tears in the seat, grips and bar ends are original, levers too. The early R1s were a revelation when they first appeared, raising the bar for open-class super bikes and giving Honda’s Fireblade something to think about. I found an excellent article that could have been written just for me. Think I’ll pick up a Lotto ticket on the way home from Bunnings …

While you’re here, do us a favour and Like us on Facebook (there’s a button just up there to the right), or Subscribe and we’ll add you to our email list for news and updates. It was a dark brown ‘Custom’ model, which meant it had a stepped seat, raised bars, and an almost-baby-chopper stance.

SELLER SAYS: Early Ducati Monsters in good condition are becoming rare. SELLER SAYS: Twingle-engined 175 two stroke, totally unrestored and untouched from the factory. It wasn’t especially fast or good handling or beautiful, but it was kinda quirky and it faithfully carted me to work and back from Kalamunda to Subiaco for a while. Just needs wiring and fork seals installed (parts already available and will be given if purchased).

The bike has been professionally serviced at Frasers and Eurocycles and has only travelled 4000 km since 2014. I found a useful article about buying a second-hand Ducati sports bike here. This is the ultimate track bike and very fun on the road! SELLER SAYS: This is an imported bike currently showing 18,769 miles (around 30,000km) on the clock. A supercharged twingle Puch won the German Grand Prix in 1931, so they must have been pretty efficient engines. I was about 10 years old and, if my memory serves me well, we hit 80mph along a suburban street in Albany. But it was surprisingly fast and looked like it would go forever.

This bike runs and handles impeccably (with the usual “Ducati-isms”) and is a very enjoyable ride. SELLER SAYS: Immaculate bike that’s just not getting ridden. There’s an informative article on the twingle engine here. EDITOR’S COMMENT: I can remember when this was the most desirable motorcycle on earth. (It must have been fun because here I am, 44 years later, still banging on about fast bikes.) The GT series — 380, 550 and 750 — were the last hurrah of Suzuki’s two strokes, giving way to the GS, then the GSX then the GSXR. A few years ago I heard the old Bully had been restored (again) so, yes, it probably will go forever.