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Derbi January 23, 2014 posted by

Stunning 1987 Ducati 750 F1-B in Texas

1987 Ducati 750 F1-B for sale

Stunning is one of those moto-journalism catch all keywords isn't it? But I can't help it when the the early tri-color SuperSports come up for sale, especially in the condition this one is in. It's littered with thoughtful upgrades and includes spares to return to stock as well. With what looks like an honest 11k miles bidding has been brisk and already passed the reserve, currently at $18k with 4 days remaining.

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1987 Ducati 750 F1 for sale on eBay

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from the seller:

You'll have to look long and hard to find a nicer F1-B than this one. Here's an extremely clean and low mileage example of one of Ducati's most beautiful creations. This particular model has the addition of a Verlicchi aluminum swing arm and an Ohlins rear shock. Almost all of the engine and chassis nuts and bolts have been replaced by stainless steel equivalents, most of the zip ties on the bike are wrapped in shrink wrap as to not scuff the paintwork and the bodywork hardware has o-rings under them to keep the bare metal off the paintwork. There's also an extensive inventory of spare parts and all take off parts are included. It's not only cosmetically beautiful but the engine has has a complete tune-up, replacing the belts, spark plugs, valves properly adjusted, carbs balanced, brakes bled and new tires. This bike needs nothing except a loving owner. I've had the bike for just over 10 years and I think now's the time to share the enjoyment I've had owning it with another interested enthusiast.

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Stunning 1987 Ducati 750 F1-B in Texas
Derbi November 8, 2013 posted by

Spoiled Kids: 2006 Derbi GPR125

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Hey, everything can't be a Mondial Piega.  Don't frown though, if Euro teens can have fun on these why can't we?   A dime a dozen on the other side of the Atlantic, titled street versions here are rare.

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It's got a title and more:

I bought this bike brand new in the crate and had it shipped state side at a great expense. It has just over 760 kilometers or 500 miles on it at the time of this writing. Hardly broken it yet.

These little 2 strokes came with a reliable Yamaha DT125 motor installed. This makes part access ever so easy. Has an electric start and trick under seat exhaust. Still have the nubs on the original tires.

I have done some modifications to the bike totally thousands of dollars.

Bike has been derestricted and re-geared. Removed all the emission restrictions. Installed a full Giannelli exhaust system. Changed out the non adjustable 28mm Keihin carburetor for a new tunable 28mm Dellorto carburetor. Still running a little rich for break in. Could use some fine tunning. Removed the air box and added a filter pod and Boyseen reeds. Took off the long and very ugly rear fender and made my own license plate and turn signal holder. Swapped out the rear turn signals. Added a trick little Daytona digital temp meter as the bike only had an over heated warning light. Not to partial.

Had all the black plastic body panels coated to look like carbon fiber. Can’t see this to clear in the pictures but it is really looks stunning. Changed out many fittings to aluminum and titanium. Installed a Metrakit light weight front disk.

I have all the stock parts, pipe, carburetor, rear fender, and front disk, air box, sprocket and a gasket set included. Have the owner and shop manual, extra key and tool kit too.

I love riding this bike around town but getting too old to be racing around on a 125. This bike is always a conversation piece. I was going to install a 170cc kit. But it is time for this bike to go to someone else to enjoy as I just don’t have the time to ride it anymore. Need to move on to other projects. Has clear Florida license and title, with the registration good until April 2015.

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Simply put, "tiny".

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If a Yamaha DT125 engine fits in there, would a Yamaha YZ125 engine fit?  That frame looks like it could handle a few more ponies.  I'm not so sure about the swing arm though.

The seller has a BIN of $5,000 or make an offer.

Click here for the listing.

Ian

Spoiled Kids:  2006 Derbi GPR125
Derbi April 1, 2013 posted by

It’s Right There In The Name: 2006 Derbi GPR125

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Despite the lack of cc's this could quite possibly be the closest thing to a true GP bike for the streets;  it is right there in the name, the GPR125.  Most 125cc bikes are aimed at testosterone filled teenagers but not the Derbi. In fact, the EU did not allow sales to anyone under 25 after it was discovered what was lurking under the fairing.  Derbi kept production numbers extremely low with only 125 produced a year.  SP2 versions were known to produce HP numbers close to modified Honda RS125's and that was on pump gas!

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This one happens to be on roids;  it has a 170cc big bore kit mated to a Jolly Moto exhaust.  Little known fact;  Derbi production engines are assembled by the same 4 men that built the 125 GP bikes.  It has been rumored that every now and then they would switch things up by changing things like porting, squish and ECU settings so each bike can have different performance traits.

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Some of the best welds in the business.  Derbi has always been known for quality but doesn't get recognized for it like Bimota does.  Most of Bimota's designers came from Derbi in the late 70's.

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Did I mentioned it is titled?  Just like Rafael in Spain or Sergio in Italy, you too can terrorize the back roads on a bike that has pure GP lineage.  The BIN on her is $7,500.  Can you name a better bike for that price?  I'm still waiting for an answer.  The fact is you can't.

Click here for the auction  and click here before you comment.

Ian

Derbi September 22, 2011 posted by

1998 Derbi- GPR50 Racing E Motion

1998 Derbi GPR50 Racing E Motion

Location: Dover, DE
Mileage: 7,101
Price: $500.00 starting bid (which is mine :) )

While Derbi isn't as well known, as other scooter makers like Aprilia, these are neat little machines that can serve up a grin to even the most experienced rider.

Pretty sweet looking little machine don't you agree? But, as with all of the machines that come out of Speedwerks I wouldn't expect anything less.

In case you missed it, I placed the first bid on it already and I'd love to have it. This would make a great pit bike, lake bike or a learner bike and would surely bring plenty of conversation your way.

From the seller:

This bike can be registered as a moped and is ready to go! Imagine your kid on this bike learning the ropes without unleashing him on a full size bike like a busa or R1? Perfect for the stares and a grin. Fully serviced including new tires, chain, brakes, top end and reeds. All fluids, engine, coolant and brakes replaced.

The only thing that needs to be replaced, after that list, is the owner- Hopefully, it's me :)

Click here for a little 2 stroke fun.

Cheers!

dd

Aprilia August 4, 2011 posted by

Race Replica Nirvana Part II (sort of)- ’03 Derbi GPR Malossi Replica

Location: Iowa
Mileage: 5,760
Price: $2,500 BIN

So I may get blasted for writing this up, but I can't help myself. Yes, it's small, yes it's only 50 cc's, yes it can be registered as a scooter. But, I would be happy to have it in my garage and take it out to annoy my neighbors from time to time, playing Max Biaggi around a made up circuit in the neighborhood streets. Ladies and gentlemen, what I give you here is one killer, gas saving scooter, if you want to look at it that way. Undoubtedly the best looking scooter I'm aware of.

Another shot, cause it's just so good looking-

Here's what the seller has to say-

Derbi Gpr 50 R Malossi Race Replica

 This is a 49cc, oil injected, two stroke, six speed.  It is in excellent condition and is equipped with a Leo Vince expansion chamber. 65mph top speed. Never layed down or crashed. Runs, Drives and Looks great.  New rear tire, new brakes and fork seals. This is the Ultimate Moped. Since it is titled as a moped your 14 year old is street legal.

Thanks

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So this is not the killer Yamaha YZR 500 replica posted by Ian last week. But it is a oil-injected (no need to mix) six speed two stroke that the seller claims will do 65 mph. It also looks to be very clean and well cared for with some good maintenance.

Again, many of you may not see this as something that deserves sportbike status. But I would't be fooled by the small engine. There's local track near my house that would be perfect for this bike. Not a big track, but big enough that you could spend the day with a grin on your face. And then you can always blow down to the old 7-eleven for a snack on it, and turn plenty of heads.

I dig this bike. Bash away if you must. But if you see what I see, start the bidding!

-RN

Derbi April 22, 2011 posted by

2006 Derbi GPR125- Small? Maybe, but it’s big on fun-

2006 Derbi GPR125 For Sale

Location: Southern Cal
Mileage: 400 miles
Price: $6,200.00


Balas Rojas indeed- or as it translates "Red Bullet".

I've always been a huge fan of small cc motorcycles and I'd say it borderlines outright jealousy towards the Europeans for me. I know we have the mighty parallel twin Ninja 250 and the recently released CBR250 single, but let's be serious here. Are either of those really worth riding?

We've been long deprived of a smalll, modern, true sport bike since 1990 all the while our European counterparts get great little machines like this super looking Derbi. No, you'll not hear me spewing about how great our entry level machines are because they fall flat with steel frames, steel swing arms and 1985 designs. Derbi builds it how it should be! Aluminum frame, aluminum swing arm, radial mounted front brake, USD forks and a trick under tail exhaust just to get the list started.

The US market stinks when it comes to entry level machines and if you are of the same opinion as me you can avoid the run of the mill 'ho hum' and kick it on this Balas Rojas.

From the seller:

2006 Derbi GPR125.
This bike was born from Derbis racing heritage. I bought this bike brand new in the crate and now it has just over 600 kilometers or 400 miles on it. Not even broken in yet.
These little 2 strokes came with the reliable Yamaha DT125 motors installed. This makes part access ever so easy. Has an electric start and trick under seat exhaust. Still have the nubs on the original tires.
I have done some modifications to the bike totaling thousands of dollars.
Bike has been de-restricted and re-geared. I installed a full Giannelli exhaust system. Changed out the non adjustable 28mm Keihin carburetor for a new tunable 28mm Dellorto carburetor. Removed the air box and added a filter pod. Added Boyseen reeds and removed the boast bottle which seems to never to work on this model from what I read. Took off the long and very ugly rear fender and made my own license plate and turn signal holder. Swapped out the rear turn signals. Added a trick little Daytona digital temp meter as the bike only had an over heated warning light. Not too practical.
Had all the black plastic body panels coated to look like carbon fiber. Can’t see this in the pictures but it is really stunning. Changed out many fittings to aluminum and titanium. Installed a Metrakit light weight front disk.
I have all the stock parts, pipe, carburetor, and front disk, boast bottle, air box, sprocket and a gasket set included. Have the owner manual and tool kit too.
I love riding this bike around town and down to the beach. Always a conversation piece. But it is time for this bike to go to someone else to enjoy as I just don’t have the time to ride it anymore. I have too many bikes.
I am asking $6,200 for everything. I have way more than that invested in it. Has clear Florida license and title. Tags good until April 2013.
Bike is located in Southern California.
Try to find one of these with all these tasteful modifications, licensed, titled and nearly brand new anywhere?

Feel free to call me (days) at 714-469-6254 or e-mail mr2stroke at usa.net with questions. Additional photos are available upon request.

Displacement: 124.76 ccm (7.61 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder, two-stroke
Compression: 12.5:1
Bore x stroke: 56.0 x 50.7 mm (2.2 x 2.0 inches)
Fuel system: Carburetor. Mikuni 28 mm
Ignition: Electronic C.D.I.
Lubrication system: Oil pump
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 6-speed
Clutch: Multiplate

Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
Front suspension: Inverted fork.
Front suspension travel: 120 mm (4.7 inches)
Rear suspension: Monoshock
Rear suspension travel: 110 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tire dimensions: 110/80-17
Rear tire dimensions: 140/70-17
Front brakes: Single disc. 2-piston calipers
Front brakes diameter: 300 mm (11.8 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston calipers
Rear brakes diameter: 180 mm (7.1 inches)
Physical measures and capacities
Seat height: 800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall width: 788 mm (31.0 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,355 mm (53.3 inches)
Fuel capacity: 13.00 liters (3.43 gallons)

Other specifications
Starter: Electric

And there you have it- A sweet machine that is ready to commute or tear up your local back roads. Oh wait, you're a Hipster and prefer to be a little off beat from the masses? I can guarantee you'll be the only one sporting a Derbi at your local hang out. A 998R won't have anything on you :)

Good luck with the sale!

Cheers-

doug