2002 Derbi GPR Race Replica #422 with a scant 2395 miles on the clock.
Is there anything that makes us start salivating faster than a race replica? Okay, okay maybe a OW01, 998r or some other homologation special, but with those comes the big price tag. So what better way to be the envy of bike night than to cruise up on a mosquito killing, 49cc 2 stroke, race replica that hardly anyone knows about. And if you're afraid of the low speeds you can always arrive early and post up before anyone else arrives. You know, sort of like "it's better to appear slow than to fire it up and remove all doubt." Looking fast while posting up on the cheap says a lot and you can definitely do both with this little gem.
Located in Los Angeles, CA and is .
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Being a huge fan of small displacement bikes and Derbi's being relatively cheap compared to most 2 strokes in the US, I can see myself owning one of these someday. Hopefully, I won't have to "Fred Flinstone" to get it moving with my fat butt on board.
Quotes from the listing:
2002 Derbi GPR50 Race Replica street motorcycle.
Made in Spain. Only 2,395 miles. Fresh TOP-END REBUILD at 1,800 miles.
50cc 2-stroke engine(oil PRE-MIX required). 6-speed transmission. 17 inch wheels.
$600 in Performance upgrades include;
-MetraKit SP Series performance exhaust with Carbon Fiber Silencer
-24mm Mikuni TM-24 Carb upgrade with K&N Air Filter
-1/4 Turn Throttle Cable
-Carbon fiber oil pump block off
-Carbon Fiber reeds
-NGK V-Power Racing Spark Plug
Since it has the Metrakit upgrade that includes a carb upgrade and exhaust this one should scoot down the road quite nicely.
Price is currently at $1.499.00 with no bids and the reserve is still on. My guess is that this one will need to be around the $2,000 mark for you to be able to park it in your garage.